More coverage, more leads! Probate Money has just added two more counties -- Sacramento and Fresno. In total, we cover 11 counties with data coming from all of their courthouses!
This is good news for real estate agents and investors in Northern California. Lately, we have expanded our probate lead service to Alameda, San Mateo, and San Francisco Counties. Previously, we have offered fresh probate leads in Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, and Orange Counties.read more
Now Available: Probate Leads for Four More Counties (Alameda, San Francisco, San Joaquin, and San Mateo)
We are pleased to let the California real estate community know that we have just added four Northern California counties to our list of supported areas. From now on, you can search and download probate cases filed in Alameda, San Francisco, San Joaquin, and San Mateo. Our probate lead platform already has been providing data for five Southern California counties: Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, Riverside, and San Diego.read more
New feature alert! Pro and Ultimate plan subscribers are now able to search trust cases within Los Angeles County at no additional cost right from the Probate Money dashboard.
Generally, trusts avoid probate, but there are some exceptions. In fact, there are hundreds of these exceptions every month and they present unique business opportunities for real estate agents and investors. We’ve been keeping tabs on these cases and now they are available for search and preview.read more
When purchasing probate leads online, it’s always a good idea to ask where they come from. Well, it‘s not a secret that ours come directly from court documents. But how exactly does the precise information from those official case files full of court terminology make its way into our software?
For the sake of full transparency, we’d like to share with you the entire process of data harvesting.read more
One of the biggest misconceptions related to probate leads is that there are no new cases while COVID-19 restrictions are in place. Yes, the courts are still closed for most non-essential proceedings. However, probate cases are still being filed in all counties covered by the Probate Money platform.
Some courts are keeping their probate case records more up-to-date than others. In Los Angeles county Stanley Mosk Courthouse, probate business continues as usual. Cases are tricking in every workday and we’re updating our database accordingly. With rare exceptions, you can still expect new cases on a daily basis (excluding weekends).read more