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Illinois Foreclosure API

Now you can provide current and accurate Illinois Foreclosure public record information to your online visitors. Increase traffic on your Website and provide content of interest with our easy-to-setup Illinois Foreclosure data integration.

How does it work?

Developers have the opportunity to pick which fields appear on their Website. Pricing is determined by API method chosen, number of fields chosen, and public publishing of the data.

Call Mr. Wiseman today at (708) 471-5192 to discuss your public record API needs.


Available Illinois Foreclosure Information:
  • Input Date: This is the date the record was typed into Record Information Services' database. This is NOT the date of transaction, or the date of record.
  • Real Estate Auction: This will say YES if an auction date has been scheduled.
  • Date of Sale: There will only be a date here if an auction date has been scheduled.
  • Place of Sale: Address that the auction will take place, if an auction date has been scheduled.
  • Time of Sale: There will only be a time here if an auction date has been scheduled.
  • Case Number: The case number regarding this file.
  • Type of Sale: If this is a newly filed foreclosure, it will indicate so, and if it's an auction, it will say the company name here.
  • Company Information: Information regarding the company who conducts the Illinois foreclosure auction, if an auction date has been scheduled.
  • Plaintiff: The lien holder filing the Illinois foreclosure.
  • Plaintiff Law Firm Information: Law Firm for the Plaintiff, or the lien holder filing for the Illinois foreclosure.
  • Defendant Information: The defendant information pertains to the homeowner in foreclosure.
  • Recording Date Foreclosure: The day the Illinois foreclosure was filed at the circuit court clerk in which the property is located.
  • Complaint/Judgment Amount: The amount of the plaintiff is requiring be paid to prevent the Illinois foreclosure auction. This may or may not include attorney's fees.
  • Pin Number: The property identification number.
  • Lien holder Information: We list up to 4 more possible Illinois liens. We only list Illinois liens here at the time the Illinois foreclosure is first filed. We do not update or add new Illinois liens to the records throughout the process of each foreclosure, although it is common for additional liens to be placed on the property.
  • Mortgage Information: This information is taken from the recorder of deeds.
  • Document Number: The number referencing filing document. This is NOT the loan account number.
  • Per Diem Rate: This is the daily rate of calculation.
  • Date of Calculation: This is the date the mortgage company started calculating the per diem rate.
  • Do Not Call: A Y will appear if they are on the Do-Not-Call list.
  • DNC Date: DNC is the date that Record Information Services last scrubbed the homeowner's phone number against the National Do-Not-Call List. We scrub our records twice monthly. You will only see a date here if there is a phone number on the record.
  • Sale Results: Results will appear here only if the Illinois foreclosure went to auction. "Continued", "Cancelled", or "Rescheduled" means the property scheduled for sale has been cancelled or rescheduled for a future date. "Sold" means it was sold to a third-party purchaser. "Pre-REO" means the foreclosure auction has occurred and the lender repossesses the property, but the quick claim deed has not yet been recorded back to the bank. "REO Bank Owned" means the foreclosure auction has occurred and the lender now completely owns the foreclosed property. "REO Bank Sold" means the foreclosure auction has occurred and the lender repossessed the property, and the lender has now sold the property to a third-party. "Private Sale" means a private sale occurred on the property prior to the foreclosure auction taking place. NOTE: As of Jan. 2006, Record Information Services began recording the Cook County Foreclosure sales results directly from the auction. In addition, we will be recording to whom the property was sold. Cook County sale results are updated daily. All other counties are updated every weekly.
  • Record Number: This is the document number.
  • Sold Amount: An amount will only appear here if the property went to auction and was sold.
  • Bankruptcy: This field will only populate if the defendant filed Illinois bankruptcy during the course of the Illinois foreclosure.
  • Sold Amount: An amount will only appear here if the Illinois foreclosure went to auction. This is the amount the buyer paid for the property at auction.
  • Sale Results: Results will appear here only if the Illinois foreclosure went to auction. Some results include: Cancelled, Continued, REO, Rescheduled, Sold, and more. Cook County sale results are updated daily. All other counties are updated weekly.
  • Original Sale Date: The date the Illinois foreclosure was first scheduled for auction, if ever.
  • Most Current Record: A Y or Yes indicates that this record is the most current record available for that property.
  • Census Age and Income: When selecting an income range, the results will reflect a median household income, not an average of the census tract area. The median age is identified by using the census block as a benchmark which does reflect a more accurate picture of a geographic area.
  • Telephone: Phone numbers are available on around 40% of the public records. They are scrubbed against the "Do-Not-Call List" bi-monthly.
Pricing per Database Category
  • Data used internally only, all fields - $500/year, plus cost of actual data
  • Data used externally with membership access only on your site - custom quote
  • Data used externally to the general public, minus certain fields - custom quote
  • Data used externally to the general public, all fields - custom quote

Getting Started

Call Mr. Wiseman today at (708) 471-5192 to discuss your public record API needs.

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