Public Libraries

Give Your Patrons Access To Useful Public Record Data, Including:

  • Illinois Real Estate Transactions
  • Illinois Mortgages
  • Illinois Foreclosures and Auctions
  • Illinois Bankruptcies
  • Illinois Probates
  • Illinois Business Licenses and Incorporations
  • Illinois Tax Sale Properties
  • Illinois State and Federal Tax Liens
  • Illinois Liens and Judgments
  • Illinois Divorces
  • Illinois Forcible Detainers
  • Illinois Building Code Violations
  • Illinois DUI
  • Illinois Felonies
  • Illinois Misdemeanors
  • Illinois Suspended and Revoked Licenses

The ability to access public record data right from your local library is one more way in which public libraries are becoming a one-stop shop for information services. From researching trends in real estate value, to looking up specific bankruptcy information, your library can fulfill all your patron’s public record needs.


How Are Patrons Using Public Record Data?
Some patrons are homeowners who want to make sure that their recent real estate transaction was filed correctly at the Recorder’s office. Other researchers are business women and men who serve the B2B audience, and want to look for possible leads in the New Business License or New Homeowners database. Some patrons are real estate investors, or simply want to see the status of a particular foreclosure property in their neighborhood. Lastly, some patrons are interested in identifying any red flags in the credit history of current potential business partners or those who may have filed bankruptcy in the past. Records may be searched by name, company name, address, property type, and more, and single records can be printed from the site for further examination. Data can be viewed quickly and easily, and patrons can print records right from the Website.


All Our Public Library Customers Enjoy:

  • 100% Customer Support and Service
  • Easy set up and implementation
  • Easy-to-use search features on the Website
  • Patrons can easily create a mail-merged letter, mailing labels, and envelopes
  • Easy-to-read printable pages
  • 100% Do-Not-Call Compliant leads

Contact Record Information Services at (630) 557-1000 or email sales @ for more information regarding our Public Record Program for Public Libraries.