Please note: Not all of the companies are hiring at this time. To see if there are positions available, please visit their websites for more information.
Background Profiles - Court researchers.
Castle Branch - Court researchers.
Independent courthouse researcher.
Information Technologies Inc.
Court Abstractors/Data Collectors.
Mock Juror, Court Researcher, Telemarketer positions.
LexisNexis Risk and Information Analytics Group Inc.
The nation's leading provider of public record data and maintains a database of more than 130 million public records including civil judgments, tax liens, evictions, and bankruptcies. Has relationships with over 500 Independent Contractors that collect public record data from the courthouses using a laptop computer.
As a national company we are continually expanding and seeking individuals to work as independent contractors, abstracting data from court records.
Court Researchers - probate cases.
Quality 1st Legal Research
Quality 1st Legal Research has been offering services to lawyers, mortgage brokers, law enforcement agencies and celebrity judges for over six years. The company was originated in Washington State and has recently opened another office in Arizona. We strive to be the best company by providing fast but accurate civil and criminal case law research skip tracing and now public record collection.
Record Search America
Record Search America has an extensive network of contractors performing county record searches and retrievals.
Sunlark Research is a public records researching firm providing fresh field data directly to businesses. Not a list broker, we provide customized research solutions to fit the needs of each unique client. Are you interested in collecting research data with us? We have openings throughout the U.S. for Independent Contractors.
United Data Network
United Data Network hires independent contractors to compile data from public records at the county and state level. While some assignments are temporary, most are ongoing. The amount you could earn depends on the territory you cover, and the amount of assignments available in your area. Most projects pay per record collected, with researchers averaging between $7-15 per hour, and occasionally more. While we don't require experience, knowledge of public records or courthouses is a benefit. We provide all training and software needed for your specific assignment. You must be dependable, and able to work independently. A laptop is preferred, but not required, and you must have reliable internet access.
The opportunity we have available for people of such character consists of researching public documents at local county facilities, typically near the circuit courts and collecting minimal information regarding recorded mortgages, marriage records, foreclosures, tax liens, etc. Our researchers review these recorded documents and based on our defined selection criteria, gather specific information from qualifying documents. No previous experience is required - training is provided to you free of charge.