Do you really want to give EVERYONE your new home’s address?
The standard home buying process exposes your private home address through publicly searchable records… information that’s available for free, on the internet, to everyone who knows your name.
Including the guy you just arrested, the dangerous criminal with a grudge, or the private attorney looking to see whether you’ve got any readily available assets that make you a good target for a lawsuit.
You shouldn’t have to choose between buying a home and keeping your personal information private.
And finally… you don’t have to.
Welcome to Homes4Cops.
Because You Shouldn’t Have to Choose between Homeownership and Your Privacy
How the Standard Home Buying Process Exposes Your Personal Information
By law, as soon as you buy a home, the transfer of the deed is recorded in public records. When you purchase your home in your name, your home address and your name are forever linked in these public documents. These documents are easily searchable on the internet for free:
Many other sites scoop the information from the public documents and display them in search-engine friendly websites, making your home address as easy to find as simply typing your name into Google.
Anyone who wants to know where you and your family live only needs your name and an internet connection. Within minutes, they can have a map straight to your front door, all thanks to those public records.
Exposing Your Personal Information:
What are the Threats to You?
There are two distinct threats to law enforcement officers whose personal information is made readily available through the standard home buying process.
The criminal element threatens your safety.
Headlines like these are becoming far too common as the internet makes it increasingly easy for the criminal element to locate law enforcement officers they target.
Attorneys seeking viable targets for lawsuits threaten your financial stability.
Especially as attorneys work on contingency basis, they will look into whether you have any assets under your name that their clients can sue you for.
How does the Homes4Cops program address these threats?
The Homes4Cops program utilizes a multi-layered approach. This includes the services of an expert real estate attorney who creates a trust for your home, allowing you to purchase the home and reap the benefits of home ownership without recording the home title in your own name.
Through the Homes4Cops program, we help you own a home while keeping your home purchase anonymous in public records.
This layer of anonymity disconnects your name from your home address, breaking that link that would otherwise make locating you so easy through simple internet searches.