PeopleFinders makes it easy to find anyone, anywhere and get reliable data about individuals, properties or businesses. To help even more, here are few tips on how to find people, learn more about them, and get the facts you need to make informed decisions:
People Search Tips
Sometimes it's difficult to find people, so be sure to enter all the information you have available in your people search. Start with a first and last name, and include a city/state where they once lived. If you don't see the right person in your results, add even more details like a middle initial or age. For more tips, check out our article, How To Find People.
Can't find someone using their first and last name? Try searching for them using their old phone number or address.
Still can't find someone? Look up one of their relatives or close friends and ask them for help.
Did you know you can search for people using their nickname or alias? If public records exist for those names, we'll have them.
Looking for someone who has a common name? Try narrowing things down by searching in a city where the person once lived. We have public records from the last 40+ years, so we can help you find people even if you only have their name and an old address.
Trying to find someone, but not sure how to spell their last name? Use variations of the name along with any other relevant data. With a little patience, you can almost always find the right person.
Hoping to find people who might be your (or someone else's) relatives? Run a people search by last name to get a list of individuals who share the surname. (If you have a first name, too, great. However, that is not necessary to begin your search.) Get more focused results by including a city and state.
Searching for a woman, but don't know her married name? Run a people search using her maiden name and order a report to see how to find her today.
If you still can't find a person, try again later. New public records are created every day. When they're available, we'll have them for you.
A reverse phone lookup not only helps you identify the owner of an unknown number, it can also help you find people from your past. Our reverse phone search also returns previous owners as well as current owners.
Wondering how to do a cell phone number lookup? Our reverse phone search provides information about any cell phone or landline numbers, even unlisted ones.
Address Lookup Tips
Interested in knowing more about a potential real estate investment? Put in a property’s complete street address, city and state to find out details including past and present owners, value, size and more.
Did someone you know move away long ago? Don't worry, you can find them again with an address lookup on PeopleFinders.com. This site provides direct access to public records data from the last 40+ years. Enter someone’s old address to get information about their most recent residence.