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PropertyIQ Opt-Out Guide


In this comprehensive guide, we will walk you through the detailed process of opting out from and ensuring that your personal information is removed effectively. This is a website that shows information such as your home address, current residents, phone numbers, mortgage records including interest rate, lender, and information on foreclosures and preforeclosures.

In the image below you can see an example of the type of financial information PropertyIQ makes readily available.

Now that we have covered what data this free people search website collects let’s dive into the opt out process.

Step 1 – Access PropertyIQ’s Website: Start by navigating to PropertyIQ’s website at This is the first step towards taking control of your personal information.

Step 2 – Locate the Opt-Out Option: Once on PropertyIQ’s website, scroll down to the bottom of the page. Here, you will find the opt-out link strategically positioned for your convenience.

Step 3 – Submit Your Details: Upon clicking the opt-out link, you’ll be prompted to enter specific details, including your address and email address. This information is essential for PropertyIQ to identify and remove your records from their database.

Step 4 – Completion and Verification: After successfully submitting your details, you’ll be redirected to a verification page. This page confirms that your request for record removal has been received and is in the process. Please note that it may take up to 48 hours for the complete removal of your record from PropertyIQ’s database.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long will it take to remove my information from PropertyIQ?

  • It should take roughly 10-15 minutes to complete this opt-out process.

When will my information be removed from PropertyIQ?

  • Generally speaking, you should expect PropertyIQ to take 24-48 hours to remove your information from their website.

How does this website sell my information?

  • PropertyIQ sells your information in the form of free reports. Their website is completely free, which they monetize through advertising to website visitors. 

How does PropertyIQ get my information?

  • They gather information from various sources across the web. Most of this information is found by scraping publicly available resources such as property data websites. Additionally, they purchase data directly from data brokers in the real estate industry.

Additional Information

It’s important to consider that even after PropertyIQ removes your information, there might be residual online traces. Search engines like Google may continue to display your details until they re-crawl the page and update their data, realizing that the information is no longer available. This process could take up to a week. Additionally, if you would like to save time in removing your information from the 80+ databrokers there are services such as DataSeal which have automated the entire removal process and which provide ongoing monitoring for new sites which list your information.


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