Eviction Records

The Benefits of CIC's Public Eviction Records

Quality Control

We update our eviction database daily to ensure there are no duplicates and the records meet our standards.

FCRA Compliant

Our records are FCRA compliant. Paired with CIC's Regulatory Compliance tool, we help reduce legal liabilities.

Complete Eviction Records

We provide quality judgment information, including unlawful detainers, property damage claims, and more.

Fast Delivery

As a risk management solution, we know time is money. Our average time for eviction records is 1.5 seconds.

Eviction Records

The Benefits of CIC's Public Eviction Records

Quality Control

We update our eviction database daily to ensure there are no duplicates and the records meet our standards.

FCRA Compliant

Our records are FCRA compliant. Paired with CIC's Regulatory Compliance tool, we help reduce legal liabilities.

Complete Eviction Records

We provide quality judgment information, including unlawful detainers, property damage claims, and more.

Fast Delivery

As a risk management solution, we know time is money. Our average time for eviction records is 1.5 seconds.

How does Eviction Records Help to Mitigate Business Risk?

There are several ways businesses use eviction court record data to analyze potential risk(s). 

In the multifamily housing industry, rental properties utilize eviction scans within their resident screening to determine if their applicants meet their rental standards. Some banks incorporate eviction public records to determine risk when evaluating loans. Eviction record data is even used within the insurance industry to calculate eviction risk rates within certain zip codes. 

What's Included in CIC's Unique Nationwide Eviction Records?

From unlawful detainers in Florida to property damage claims in California, our nationwide eviction records database has everything you need to help calculate and mitigate risk. Included are:

How We Filter Public Eviction Records

As the largest database of eviction public records available, we take pride in our rigorous quality standards. Our public records are updated daily from courts around the U.S. and delivered on a transactional basis per inquiry. CIC’s unique matching methodology is able to query up to 30 addresses in a single inquiry, which helps reduce false positives and get you the risk mitigation information you need.

Our Commitment to Quality

An eviction becomes a public record when a judgment, and a filing in jurisdictions that allow reporting, is entered by the court. However, there are plenty of circumstances (like COVID-19 data protections) where records could be deemed “unreportable” by federal, state, or local laws. CIC is committed to providing you quality, eviction public records while adhering to current and upcoming record regulations. With our exclusive regulatory compliance tool, we put you first.

Let's Talk!

Frequently Asked Questions

If you’re a renter or a consumer, we’ve got answers to your questions!

How long does an eviction stay on your record?

Per the Fair Credit Reporting Act § 605.a, evictions are reported for 7 years. In Oregon, it’s 5 years (Senate Bill 91). If you see an eviction that is dated more than 7 years (or in Oregon’s case, five).

How do I get an eviction off my record?

Many states allow the renter to file for expungement to remove or seal the eviction from their records. Typically, tenants will need a valid reason (like the unlawful detainer action was not awarded to the property owner) in order for the expungement to be granted.

If you would like to dispute information being reported against you or request a copy of your report, click here.

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Eviction Records

The Benefits of CIC's Public Eviction Records

Quality Control

Quality Control

We update our eviction database daily to ensure there are no duplicates and the records meet our standards.

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FCRA Compliant

Our records are FCRA compliant. Paired with CIC's Regulatory Compliance tool, we help reduce legal liabilities.

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Complete Eviction Records

We provide quality judgment information, including unlawful detainers, property damage claims, and more.

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Fast Delivery

As a risk management solution, we know time is money. Our average time for eviction records is 1.5 seconds.

How does Eviction Records Help to Mitigate Business Risk?

There are several ways businesses use eviction court record data to analyze potential risk(s). 

In the multifamily housing industry, rental properties utilize eviction scans within their resident screening to determine if their applicants meet their rental standards. Some banks incorporate eviction public records to determine risk when evaluating loans. Eviction record data is even used within the insurance industry to calculate eviction risk rates within certain zip codes. 

What's Included in CIC's Unique Nationwide Eviction Records?

From unlawful detainers in Florida to property damage claims in California, our nationwide eviction records database has everything you need to help calculate and mitigate risk. Included are:

How We Filter Public Eviction Records

As the largest database of eviction public records available, we take pride in our rigorous quality standards. Our public records are updated daily from courts around the U.S. and delivered on a transactional basis per inquiry. CIC’s unique matching methodology is able to query up to 30 addresses in a single inquiry, which helps reduce false positives and get you the risk mitigation information you need.

Our Commitment to Quality Amongst Eviction Moratoriums

An eviction becomes a public record when a judgment, and a filing in jurisdictions that allow reporting, is entered by the court. However, there are plenty of circumstances (like COVID-19 data protections) where records could be deemed “unreportable” by federal, state, or local laws. CIC is committed to providing you quality, eviction public records while adhering to current and upcoming record regulations. With our exclusive regulatory compliance tool, we put you first.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you’re a renter or a consumer, we’ve got answers to your questions!

How long does an eviction stay on your record?

Per the Fair Credit Reporting Act § 605.a, evictions are reported for 7 years. In Oregon, it’s 5 years (Senate Bill 91). If you see an eviction that is dated more than 7 years (or in Oregon’s case, five).

How do I get an eviction off my record?

Many states allow the renter to file for expungement to remove or seal the eviction from their records. Typically, tenants will need a valid reason (like the unlawful detainer action was not awarded to the property owner) in order for the expungement to be granted.

If you would like to dispute information being reported against you or request a copy of your report, click here.

Let's Talk!