Property Owner Search
Learn how to search for any commercial property owner in the nation.
Throughout this page, you’ll find everything you need to know about using Reonomy to search, analyze, and understand commercial property owners and their portfolios, no matter where that owner is located in the U.S., and no matter what type of commercial property they own.
We’ll show you how to find the following insights on commercial property owners:
- Total number of properties they own
- Breakdown of asset types in their portfolio
- Total dollar value of assets they own
- Current debt profile and lender relationships
- How leveraged their portfolio is
- Associated LLCs, individuals, and companies tied to ownership of the same assets
You’ll also be able to see who the most prominent owners are in any given geography.
Below, we’ll show how to use Reonomy’s platform and data to search for the commercial property owners in your target market.
Property Owner Search by Person or Company Name
If your team is looking to learn more about a specific owner…
The Reonomy app offers the ability to search for the name of the recorded owner (as presented in the tax assessor record), or for the actual name of the true property owner (regardless of company or LLC affiliation).
Use the “Owner” name filter to search the name of a person or company:
This filter includes the ability to search for partial names—in case you only know the first or last name of an owner (though it may also leave you with too many results).
Use the “Reported Owner” search to search by name or mailing address:
After adding the name of a person or LLC owner, you can continue adding filters targeted at the assets owned by those groups.
So, if you’re searching for a very common name—say, “John Smith,” for example—you can assure that you’re identifying the correct “John Smith.”
Additional filters let you identify owners based on their location, the characteristics of the building(s) they own, and their real estate financial history.
That means you can search for a “John Smith” in San Francisco, owner of a 25 unit office building.
OR, you could search for “John Smith” in Myrtle Beach, SC, owner of a mobile home park that hasn’t been sold in 18 years.
OR, a “John Smith” in Milburn, NE, owner of a 12 acre land parcel coming to terms on a loan.
You can also sift through your market based on the above mentioned factors without including an owner’s name—this lets you sift through every owner in your market that has a specified set of traits.
In doing this, you can discover who the owner is, and gain access to their contact information (see how to do that below).
Property Owner Search by Address
When prospecting a particular commercial property to purchase or offer services to, making direct contact with the owner can expedite the process of winning new business.
The thing is, in many cases, you won’t know the name of the owner.
So what now—do you head down to the county recorder’s office to start gathering intel? Not necessarily.
With Reonomy, you can search any commercial property address in the U.S. and uncover the property owner almost instantly.
Alls you have to do is enter an address in the top-aligned search bar within the platform.
The address should appear in the dropdown, which you can click to see full property, owner, and transaction details:
Reonomy also allows you to go beyond the reported owning entity and find the real people behind the LLC.
Just by having the address, you can uncover the following information:
- Owner Name
- Owner Mailing Address
- Owner Phone Number
- Owner Email
- Building Measurements
- Building and Lost Classification
- Property Transaction History
- Property Debt History
- Tenancy (for non-residential buildings)
- Property Tax History
This helps you make contact with owners quickly and with ease.
Now, you can spend more time understanding the needs of the owner you are contacting, explore their entire portfolio, and see how many and what types of properties they own.
Dig deeper into the building level details of each property. Understand each property in true detail, then tailor your pitch to that owner based on what you’ve learned.
Property Owner Search by State
You can also find property owners without an address, by searching based on more broad geographic delegations.
Filter your search to find commercial property owners across any state, city, county, zip code, or street in the United States.
For example, tailor your commercial property owner search to the state you work in.
California Property Owners
Search over 3 million commercial properties in California to find property owners.
Refine your California property owner search by asset type, recency of purchase and/or property owner debt.
Find Californian property owners by analyzing:
- 600,000+ multifamily properties
- 66,000+ offices
- 141,000+ retail buildings
- And more
Texas Property Owners
Search 4.5 million commercial properties in Texas to find property owners.
Find Texan property owners by analyzing:
- 165,000+ multifamily properties
- 2.6+ million land parcels
- 1.5+ million agricultural land parcels
- 64,000+ office buildings
- And more
Florida Property Owners
Search more than 2.8 million commercial properties in Florida to find owners.
Find Florida property owners by analyzing:
- 80,000+ office buildings
- 81,000+ retail properties
- 200,000+ multifamily assets
- And more
Property Owner Search by City or MSA
You can also tailor your search to only analyze your city or MSA of focus, wherever that might be.
Los Angeles Commercial Property Owners
Find commercial property owners in Los Angeles by searching 210,000 properties city-wide, or over 725,000 million properties across the entire Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim MSA.
In the Los Angeles MSA, analyze owners across:
- 275,000+ multifamily properties
- 170,000+ land parcels
- 18,000 office buildings
- 13,000+ mixed-use buildings
- 48,000+ retail properties
- And more
Houston Commercial Property Owners
To find commercial property owners in Houston, search 160,000 commercial properties across the city, or nearly 700,000 properties throughout the entire Houston MSA.
Uncover ownership on:
- 22,000+ multifamily properties
- 22,000+ retail buildings
- 9,000+ offices
- 18,000+ industrial buildings
- And more
Chicago Commercial Property Owners
Find commercial property owners in the city of Chicago by searching nearly 300,000 commercial properties in the city, or 1 million across the Chicago-Naperville-Elgin MSA.
Amongst those properties, search Chicagoan owners across:
- 200,000+ multifamily properties
- 45,000+ industrial buildings
- 40,000+ retail properties
- 400,000+ land parcels
- And more
Property Owner Search by Asset Type
If your focus is on a particular commercial property type, tailor your property owner search to that asset type and its sub-classes.
You can search for owners of general commercial assets, offices, retail buildings, multifamily properties, industrial properties, vacant land, and more—including sub-classes of each.
Layer asset class filters on top of location filters, or utilize property type filters on their own.
Commercial Building Owners
Nationwide, search more than 850,000 office buildings, 1 million industrial buildings, 86,000 hotels/motels/resorts, 1.3 million retail properties, and 270,000 mixed-use properties to find building owners of any size.
Multifamily Property Owners
Sift through more than 4.3 million multifamily properties nationwide to find targeted owners.
Apartment Building Owners
Find apartment building owners across the US, refine your search by the number of apartment building units, building size, and geographic location.
Search 700,000+ apartment buildings to find apartment building owners.
Combine your search with other multifamily asset types, or simply search generally for multifamily properties by unit count.
Find Land Owners
Find land owners nationwide, search more than 28 million vacant land parcels to find ownership information.
Search for residential vacant land owners, commercial vacant land owners or agricultural land owners.
Target your searches by filtering for lot size, last sales date of land and current debt on land.
Property Owner Search by Sales and Debt Characteristics
You can perform targeted property owner searches to find owners with characteristics highly relevant to your needs.
For example, by applying certain sales or debt history filters, you can find:
- Recent buyers and sellers.
- Motivated (off-market) sellers.
- Owners looking to refinance their mortgage.
- Owners likely in need of building services or contracting work.
Property Ownership Analysis
Dive deeper into your property owner search, explore detailed ownership records of any asset.
Property owner records show the previous owner(s) of the property, the dates of ownership changes and the transaction amounts over time.
Uncover Unusual Ownership Patterns
Understanding property ownership history can help uncover anomalies in ownership.
For example, see if a property has transacted several times in a short period.
It will also show how many times a property has changed ownership throughout its history.
This could signal red flags for you, or at the very least, prompt further due diligence.
Understanding the Intent of the Current Owner
Ownership records help when trying to understand the current owner’s motivations and intent.
An owner search will show how long the current owner has held the property for and what they paid for the property. Both of these will help when making an inference on what the owner intends to with the property.
The longer someone has held a property, the more likely they are to sell that property. The price the owner paid for the property can suggest what they expect to receive for the property now.
The intent of an owner looking to sell can be further analyzed:
If an owner has owned the property for a short period and is looking to sell, they may value the speed of sale.
Understanding the intent of the owner is valuable when making contact.
It allows you to tailor your approach. It lets you also find a scenario whereby meeting their needs can also benefit your own.
Better Informing Lead Lists
Reonomy’s property owner search capabilities allow for a more informed approach, so your team(s) can build more curated, targeted lead lists.
Property Owner Lists for Building Service Providers
Building service providers use ownership lists to promote and sell services to relevant prospects.
A strong owner lead list is tailored to the focus of that service provider.
- An owner lead list for solar energy installers could focus on owners that own properties that are in areas where it is difficult to get grid power to.
- A property owner lead list for commercial roofers could target prospects that own properties that haven’t been renovated in a number of years, or own a building of a certain size.
- An ownership list for window cleaning companies could target owners that own buildings of a certain number of stories.
Property Owner Lists for Sales Brokers
Sales brokers generate ownership lists to systematically prospect new listing opportunities.
Property owner leads lists for brokers are first and foremost specific to their niche or specialty.
Lists are tailored for geography and asset class focus. Sales brokers refine targeting by filtering for indicators that signal a property owner’s likeliness to sell.
One common indicator is how long the owner has held the property for:
The average holding period of a commercial asset is approximately 10 years.
Ownership periods beyond this can indicate an increase in the possibility that owner is prepared to sell.
Filtering by debt indicators is another popular refinement. Properties with some distress can signal an increasing willingness to sell.
Property Owner Lists for Mortgage Brokers/Lenders
Debt brokers use ownership lists to systematically prospect refinance opportunities.
Mortgage brokers can generate such lists through the following debt filters:
- Name of Lender: target a specific lender to know their offered rates.
- Loan Origination Date: See what rates were offered by the lender during that period.
- Loan Maturity Date: See the maturity date and determine the exact interest rate the owner is locked into.