Probate Leads

The Ultimate in Residential Property Leads

Now Purchase in Bulk*

*Only USPL has the Inventory to allow Pricing so Low

  • Anywhere in the US

  • Available for past 3 Years

  • Lists from 2,500 to 10’s of Thousands of Leads

  • Prices as Low 35¢/Lead

Ideal for Large Sales Teams/Multiple Locations


Leads Collected Last 36 Months


Years of Probate Experience


Counties Serviced


Happy Customers

Pandemic Era Probate Leads

If you have multiple Locations, a Large Sales Force or simply have a need for more High Quality Residential Real Estate leads the USPL Repository is loaded with Residential Property Gems.

2-6 Months

After Filing is when Probate Flips Occurred Pre-Pandemic

12-36 Months

After Filing is when Probate Flips Occur Nowadays

Never before have Probate Leads been in such demand.

US Probate Leads is the Premier Source

For more than 15 years, US Probate Leads(USPL) has been recognized as the Premier source for Probate Leads in the United States. With Researchers in virtually every county, USPL retrieves almost 40,000 leads each month. If someone is offer Probate Leads, it’s a good bet that a USPL Researcher retrieved that data.

The Pandemic has slowed Probate Property turnover drastically. Probates typically turnover within 2-6 months of filing. The backlog means that probates filed within the last 12 – 24  months are just now hitting the market. USPL Probate Lists have Untold Gems in your Area …

Frequently Asked Questions

Who are Probate Leads for?

Probate leads are used by Realtors, Brokers, Real Estate Investors, Mortgage companies, Lawyers and Attorneys, Title companies and many more businesses.

Why should I consider Probate Leads from US Probate Leads?

We are the only company providing Probate data for every county in the US.

We have been providing Probate Leads for the past 20 years. We started in the Dallas/Ft Worth area and now provide data throughout the US.

Do you have leads available in my area?

Our bulk leads special offer is only available for counties that process at least 15 probates each month.

We do cover the entire United States, so if you are interested in a smaller county, please go to: or call us at (877) 470-9751.

What do Probate Properties offer over other properties?

Probate properties are those properties that were owned by an individual that has passed away. Generally properties owned in this manner are well cared for properties and require minimal refurbishing. This simplifies the amount of effort required by a Real Estate investors or Realtors.

Why don't more people work this market?

This is a fairly misunderstood market. Most people assume that once an Estate is probated, the property is tied up in court. In fact, the executor of the Estate does, most often, have the authority to sell the property.

There is oft times a negative connotation to probates. People feel that they may be taking advantage of someone with a probate property, when in fact, in many cases, the executor is simply overwhelmed and would like to talk with someone that can help him. You can be that person! This can be a win-win situation for everyone involved.

Do you provide all of the probate records?

We provide Estate-related probates. Most probate courts also handle Guardianships, Conservatorships, cases pertaining to Minors, etc. There can be a great deal of excess information in these records – information that does not benefit you as a Probate Investor. We cull those records out and provide you records that have the potential for having real estate as part of the estate.

How can you provide data when no one else can?

Over the past 20 years we have developed partnerships throughout the United States. These contacts have allowed us to establish a network of Data Researchers throughout the United States.

This network coupled with our proprietary data mining tools and processes allow us to access probate data at a cost which allows us to provide reasonably priced information to you.

Do you identify property with each lead?

We typically find that about 70-75% of the probate actions filed have real estate associated with them. The only good way to retrieve properties owned by a Decedent is to go to the local Appraisal Districts and run the name of the Decedent and find properties owned.

This is a tedious process and can take quite a bit of effort. The actual process is quite labor intensive, in that, each and every property pulled must be “eyeballed” to ensure it is a valid property. A more cost effective approach is to mail to all PRs and let them tell you if they have property.