Equifax. Providing access to NSW Land and Property searches

Pay by credit card and receive your requested document via email. No need to subscribe.

Doing more than the occasional search?

The self serve portal from Equifax, IQ Connect, allows you to order and immediately receive your NSW title searches.

Talk to an Equifax Specialist about how we can support your searching requirements through IQ Connect, the search portal from Equifax, providing access to national property searches, company, ASIC and identity verification in a single location.

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Equifax powers the financial future of individuals and organisations around the world. Headquartered in Atlanta, Equifax operates or has investments in 24 countries in North America, Central and South America, Europe and more recently in the Asia Pacific region, with the acquisition of Veda, a data analytics company and the leading provider of credit information and analysis in Australia and New Zealand. Combined the companies bring nearly 170 years of data and insights experience to the marketplace.

Coming soon: pay-as-you-go online searches

What will be available?

  • Title Search

    A Title Search confirms the current owners of a property and shows any registered interests affecting the property such as a mortgage or easement.

  • Dealing Image

    Use this search to order a copy of a dealing - the document used to record a transaction affecting the land in a title.

  • Plan Image

    Obtain a copy of the plan registered by LPI. Two kinds of plans are available - Deposited Plans (DPs) and Strata Plans (SPs).

  • History of Title Transactions

    Use this search to identify all transactions going back to when the title was first created on the computerised system

  • Torrens Title Image

    Use these title images to trace ownership and you may find records going back to 1863.

  • Crown Plan Image

    Use this search to obtain a Crown Plan, an earlier form of plan often of historical interest. For some properties, these plans are still the current plan.