How do you do a reverse address lookup?


Quick Answer

You can perform a free online search for a business or individual using a valid U.S. address. Reverse address lookup tools are available through online directories such as White Pages and 411.com.

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How do you do a reverse address lookup?
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You must have a street address as well as a city, state or zip code to perform an accurate search. Search results include a list of the closest matching names of people or businesses associated with the location. The listing may display current or former owners and residents, as well as neighboring residents and businesses. A map displays showing the exact location and an aerial view of the street; you may view and print directions through the map application. Search results can be printed, downloaded or sent to a cell phone through SMS text.

Selecting the name of a person associated with the location generates details such as the person's full name, age range and listed phone number. Further background information can be obtained for a fee. Advanced options include criminal records, cell phone number, date of birth, address history and traffic offenses. Further details may be offered, such as email address, birth, marital and divorce records and social profile information. Other features offered for free by White Pages and 411.com include reverse phone lookup and standard directory services, such as searching by a person or business name.

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