We provide landlords with a thorough tracing service to locate absconded tenants from both commercial and residential property.

Even when tenants disappear in the middle of the night, there are many data sources available - some accessible to all, others for specialist trace companies - that can prove invaluable in tracing all kinds of debtors, including absconded tenants.

Residential tenants

The date of birth is perhaps the single most useful piece of data. This makes tracing people much easier. Even if they’re not currently on the electoral roll, we can search marriage records to find a current address for their spouse.

We can search jointly for couples, married or co-habiting, to find details for one or the other. We can also look for any association with the tenant and trading names, either a sole trader “trading as” or a limited company.

Phone numbers are very useful too – we can reverse look up landline numbers. While we cannot get account holder details for mobile phones, we can check whether the phone is currently registered on the mobile network in the UK – very helpful in disproving claims that the tenant has gone to live abroad.

Commercial tenants

It is harder for a limited company to disappear. We can make checks with Companies House and The Insolvency Service, as well as at the registered office address. We can also search for company director and sole trader details by date of birth and phone number.