Our OTR process eliminates the two most common and costly mistakes.
1
Mistake
Using zip codes to research registration requirements.
Outcome
Wasted time and money.
Zip codes often overlap with multiple jurisdictional areas. This means you may register a property when you’re not obligated to, or fail to comply when OTR exists.
 
Solution
Our OTR system redundantly checks private and public GIS data. This means we can determine the jurisdictional area (city, county, state) with the highest level of accuracy for nearly any address.
2
Mistake
Failing to analyze the current property loan characteristics against ordinance requirements appropriately.
Outcome
Wasted time and money. If you accurately determine jurisdictions but fail to determine if the property meets specific jurisdictional requirements (i.e. foreclosure or occupancy status) then you may register a property when you’re not obligated to, or fail to comply when OTR exists.
Solution
Ordinances are complex and nuanced for each jurisdictional area. We improve accuracy by identifying the jurisdictional area, then analyzing the property loan data against our CORE solution which tracks and translates ordinances, to determine whether there is a confirmed OTR.
Within seconds of submitting your property and loan data to PRS you will know whether an OTR exists.