Your Due Diligence Resource

Welcome Land Investors! We're glad you've found us and we're here to help with all of your Due Diligence needs!

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Parcel Review was created specifically for land investors by land investors. Due Diligence research can be time consuming and frustrating to say the least. We're here to take that burden off your shoulders, giving you the time to concentrate on the more important aspects of your business.

Due Diligence Process

Our highly trained team will scour the web and call county departments to verify the important information you'll need to make an informed decision on your next potential land investment.

Here's whats included in your Due Diligence Report:

  • Property Details (Listed on Tax Record): Owner Name, Legal Description, Parcel Size, Etc.
  • *Property Location & Access: GPS Coordinates, Satellite Images, Road Access, Map Links, Etc.
  • Property Tax Information: Assessed Value, Annual Taxes, Back Taxes, Etc.
  • Zoning and Restriction Information: Zoning Data, Building Restrictions, RV & Camping Restrictions, Etc.
  • Utility Service Information: Electric, Water, Gas & Waste Service Availability
  • County Contact Information: Website links and phone numbers to each department
  • *Current Deed (If available at no cost from the county)

*Pending availability from the county, your report will include a copy of the current deed on file with the county recorder, GPS coordinates, satellite images via the county's GIS mapping system, street view images as well as maps showing the nearest cities with mileage and drive time. 

If we happen to run across a county without GIS mapping capabilities you will be notified before your request is processed. 

*Known counties without GIS mapping systems:

Adair, Oklahoma

Brewster, Texas

Clark, Nevada

Dallas, Texas

Dawson, Texas

Hudspeth, Texas

Lassen, California

Leon, Texas

Modoc, California

Okfuskee, Oklahoma

Sharp, Arkansas

Siskiyou, California

Storey, Nevada

Taos, New Mexico

Terrell, Texas

Tuolomne, California

Van Buren, Arkansas

Ward, Texas

Wise, Texas

Updated 10/28/19

Turnaround Time

We pride ourselves in providing accurate and timely due diligence reports to our customers. Typically reports are completed 2-3 business days after being received. Please keep in mind that counties are closed on weekends, federal holidays and some county departments even take Fridays off. We also may run into a difficult county that is not so eager to help us with the information we are requesting which may cause delays. If there is ever an issue or delay with your request you will be notified immediately regarding the situation.


Lets face it, not everyone is perfect and even counties make mistakes from time to time. All information included in your due diligence report is gathered directly from county resources and their employees. If you notice any discrepancies in your report please notify us within 48 hours for a resolution. You may also call the county directly using the contact information provided in your report. 

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Information provided by Parcel Review is for general information purposes only and is NOT to be construed or used as a “legal description.” Map and parcel information is believed to be accurate but accuracy is not guaranteed. No portion of the information should be considered to be, or used as, a legal document. Parcel Review is not liable for errors, inaccuracies or omissions and shall be held harmless from and against all damage, loss or liability arising from any use of data that is shared. The information is provided subject to the express condition that the user knowingly waives any and all claims for damages against Parcel Review that may arise from the use of this data. Information provided within Parcel Review's due diligence reports should be reviewed and approved by an attorney or other qualified professional prior to its use for any purpose with potential legal consequences. Information provided is Resource-Grade standard, and is not intended for use in construction, survey, or legal descriptions. As with any compilation of historic data of varying reliability, and overlaying the data with different technologies such as satellite imagery, minor deviations can and do occur.