Commercial Title Searches

Elite Abstract routinely handles all types of commercial property searches.

Due to the nature and complexity of commercial title searches, the fees and turn-around times are quoted on a case by case basis.

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As a result of this process, the more information you can provide up front, the faster we can give you a quote and get started!

Elite Abstract is so committed to providing you with excellent search results that we have an entire department dedicated just to commercial searches. This ensures that you receive quality results at a fair price and turn time.

Please reach out to us via email to discuss how we can help you with your needs.

You can also place an order through and provide as much information as possible in order to give us the best opportunity to provide you with a quick and accurate quote.

Other Title Services

> Current Owner Searches

> UCC Searches

> Bankruptcy Searches

> Other - foreclosure services, tax searches, and more.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you facilitate recordings after closing?

This is not something that is a standard procedure for our services. It is negotiable.

How far back do you search a standard residential search?

Our standard search goes back at least 30 years.

How far back do you search a standard commercial search?

Our standard commercial search goes back at least 30 years, and we frequently will go back further, based on client request/needs and pricing is based on requested search.

Do you perform searches for longer periods of time?

Yes. We can perform searches as far back as records are available, and this is based on client request.

Do you perform UCC searches with the State of Tennessee?

Yes, and these are done by request only. They are not a part of our standard search.

Do you prepare documents and/or perform closings?

No. We are not a title agent. We perform search/abstracting functions only as a part of our standard service.

Do you certify personal property taxes?

We do NOT. We will provide a printout (when available) of what is recorded, in correlation with the map/parcel for the subject property being searched.