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Reverse Address Lookup British Columbia

For a free DIY reverse address lookup in British Columbia, you'll need to use BC financial information databases and Google as an investigative tool.

  • This is how you can find out who a British Columbia address belongs to for free.

Furthermore, a free DIY reverse British Columbia mailing address lookup is really your only option for real results. Unfortunately, paid address lookup services will offer you only some help.

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This can make a reverse address lookup seem like a daunting task. There are many online address research services on the web that promise results for a small fee.

However, many of these reverse address lookup services are simply clickbait scams or are just trying to extract a small fee from you. They will not be able to provide the address information you are looking for.


A DIY reverse address search will almost always be the best option.


Free British Columbia Reverse Address Search

So, is a free DIY reverse address lookup even possible in British Columbia?

  • Yes, but it will require a research effort on your part

Thankfully, many British Columbia addresses in the modern age are available publicly, they are just surrounded by a lot of other data which makes the task of a reverse address lookup a little difficult.


By available publicly, we mean that they are available on the internet. So, how do you begin to perform a correct reverse address lookup?

  • By free reverse address lookup methods

This is done by utilizing Google and British Columbia financial databases. These are just a couple of ways for you to do your own reverse address search if you are new to on-line researching.


However, if the reverse address lookup is important to you, we recommend that you use a professional.


Free British Columbia Reverse Address Lookup Summary

  1. Use the Google Search Operator: "Exact Phrase Match."

  2. Search the address in British Columbia financial databases.


Google Reverse Address Search for British Columbia

Google is typically where you should start when beginning a reverse address search in British Columbia. This is a great way to start an address research task when it is combined with "Google Search Operators."


This also answers the common question: "how do I do a reverse address lookup for free on Google?"

  • The answer is using Google Search Operators

Search Operators are special text characters and commands that greatly extend the capabilities of a regular Google search. The one specific Google Search Operators that works well with an address is quotes ("").


This Operator (Exact Phrase Match) searches Google for 100% the exact phrase that is being searched within the quotes. If an address is searched inside quotes, only results containing that British Columbia address will appear.


This will get rid of a near infinite amount of unwanted similar address that will not help in the reverse address lookup.


Unfortunately, you'll need to search multiple variations of the British Columbia address due to the fact that there is not a uniform structure to how addresses are displayed.

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You'll know what we are talking about when we say addresses are not uniform if we give you an example. An address such as 09-123 Fake Street Anytown British Columbia can be displayed as,


  • 9 123 Fake St Anytown British Columbia

  • 9-123 Fake St Anytown British Columbia

  • 09 123 Fake St Anytown British Columbia

  • 09-123 Fake St Anytown British Columbia

  • 9 123 Fake Street Anytown British Columbia

  • 09 123 Fake Street Anytown British Columbia

  • 9-123 Fake Street Anytown British Columbia

  • 09-123 Fake Street Anytown British Columbia

  • Unit 9 123 Fake Street Anytown British Columbia

  • Unit #9 123 Fake Street Anytown British Columbia

  • 123 Fake Street (9) Anytown BC


and many more variations.


You can see why an Exact Phrase Match would not work well on a full address. To solve this issue you can search the address in Exact Phrase Match chunks:


  • "123 Fake Street" "British Columbia"

or

  • "123" "Fake Street" "British Columbia"

or

  • "123" "Fake St" "British Columbia"


As for the unit number, just don't include it. If you are doing an Exact Phrase Match on an address, you'll be given only a few results. This will be easy to go through. A unit number will be an unnecessary wild card that will throw your results off.

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Address Databases in British Columbia

After you're done your Google research, you can move onto British Columbia financial databases. Unfortunately, these are usually not free but are often just asking for a small fee.

Many in British Columbia have mortgages on their property. If they have a mortgage, they will often have what's called a "lien." We could go more in-depth on what a lien is, but it's basically collateral on your loan. A person's lien is typically available publicly.


Then there are British Columbia property records. If you know the exact address, you can lookup the property records.

  • The method of keeping property records changes based on jurisdictions

This means you'll have to do a little digging to find out how to get these records based on your government jurisdiction.

Now, it should be obvious to you why paid British Columbia address lookup services cannot be used. These reverse address lookup services are almost always disingenuous and if they can get information on an address, it will be fragmented address information that has been aggregated from Google. This holds true even for services that claim to be the best free reverse address lookup service. These free address lookup services are usually just trying to acquire and sell your personal data. Thankfully, a basic DIY reverse address lookup can be done simply and without a paid or free service. All one has to do is utilize Google and British Columbia databases. After these two basic steps, an address search will yield the most accurate information available.


British Columbia Jurisdictions

  • 100 Mile House

  • Abbotsford

  • Aldergrove

  • Alert Bay

  • Alexis Creek

  • Alice Arm - Kitsault

  • Anahim Lake

  • Anmore

  • Argenta

  • Armstrong

  • Ashcroft

  • Atlin

  • Avola

  • Balfour

  • Bamfield

  • Barkerville

  • Barnston Island

  • Barriere

  • Beaverdell

  • Belcarra

  • Bell II

  • Bella Bella

  • Bella Coola

  • Blue River

  • Boston Bar

  • Boswell

  • Bowen Island

  • Bralorne

  • Bridesville

  • Britannia Beach

  • Burns Lake

  • Cache Creek

  • Campbell River

  • Canal Flats

  • Cassiar

  • Cassidy

  • Castlegar

  • Cawston

  • Cedar

  • Central Saanich

  • Chase

  • Chemainus

  • Cherryville

  • Chetwynd

  • Chilanko Forks

  • Chilliwack

  • Christina Lake

  • Clearwater

  • Clinton

  • Cloverdale

  • Coalmont

  • Cobble Hill

  • Coldstream

  • Colwood

  • Comox

  • Coombs

  • Cortes Island

  • Courtenay

  • Cowichan Bay

  • Craigellachie

  • Cranbrook

  • Crawford Bay

  • Crescent Valley

  • Creston

  • Crofton

  • Cultus Lake

  • Cumberland

  • D'Arcy

  • Dawson Creek

  • Dease Lake

  • Deep Cove

  • Deer Park

  • Delta

  • Denman Island

  • Deroche

  • Duncan

  • Edgewood

  • Egmont

  • Elkford

  • Endako

  • Enderby

  • Esquimalt

  • Falkland

  • Fanny Bay

  • Fauquier

  • Fernie

  • Field

  • Fort Fraser

  • Fort Langley

  • Fort Nelson

  • Fort St. James

  • Fort St. John

  • Fraser Lake

  • Fruitvale

  • Gabriola Island

  • Galiano Island

  • Gambier Island

  • Gibsons

  • Glade

  • Gold Bridge

  • Gold River

  • Golden

  • Grand Forks

  • Granisle

  • Greenwood

  • Halfmoon Bay

  • Hanceville

  • Harrison Hot Springs

  • Harrop-Procter

  • Hartley Bay

  • Hazelton

  • Hedley

  • Highlands

  • Hills

  • Holberg

  • Hope

  • Hornby Island

  • Horsefly

  • Horseshoe Bay

  • Houston

  • Howser

  • Hudson's Hope

  • Invermere

  • Iskut

  • Jade City

  • Jaffray

  • Johnsons Landing

  • Jordan River

  • Kaleden

  • Kamloops

  • Kaslo

  • Keats Island

  • Kelowna

  • Kent-Agassiz

  • Keremeos

  • Kimberley

  • Kitimat

  • Kitwancool (Gitanyow)

  • Kitwanga (Gitwangak)

  • Kleena Kleene

  • Kwadacha Fort Ware

  • Ladner

  • Ladysmith

  • Lake Country

  • Lake Cowichan

  • Langara Island

  • Langford

  • Langley City

  • Lasqueti Island

  • Lavington

  • Liard River

  • Likely

  • Lillooet

  • Lions Bay

  • Little Fort

  • Logan Lake

  • Lone Butte

  • Lower Post

  • Lumby

  • Lund

  • Lytton

  • McBride

  • McLeese Lake

  • McLeod Lake

  • Mackenzie

  • Malakwa

  • Maple Ridge

  • Masset

  • Mayne Island

  • Meadow Creek

  • Mesachie Lake

  • Merritt

  • Metchosin

  • Meziadin Junction

  • Mica Creek

  • Midway

  • Mill Bay

  • Mission

  • Moberly Lake

  • Montrose

  • Mount Currie

  • Moyie

  • Muncho Lake

  • Nakusp

  • Nanaimo

  • Naramata

  • Nazko

  • Needles

  • Nelson

  • Nemaiah Valley

  • New Aiyansh

  • New Denver

  • New Westminster

  • Nitinat

  • North Bend

  • North Cowichan

  • North Saanich

  • North Vancouver City

  • Oak Bay

  • Okanagan Falls

  • Oliver

  • Osoyoos

  • Parksville

  • Peachland

  • Pemberton

  • Pender Harbour

  • Pender Island

  • Penelakut Island

  • Penticton

  • Pink Mountain

  • Pitt Meadows

  • Popkum

  • Port Alberni

  • Port Alice

  • Port Clements

  • Port Coquitlam

  • Port Edward

  • Port Hardy

  • Port McNeill

  • Port Moody

  • Port Renfrew

  • Pouce Coupe

  • Powell River

  • Prince George

  • Prince Rupert

  • Princeton

  • Quadra Island

  • Qualicum Beach

  • Queen Charlotte City

  • Quesnel

  • Radium Hot Springs

  • Revelstoke

  • Riondel

  • Riske Creek

  • Roberts Creek

  • Rock Creek

  • Rosedale

  • Rossland

  • Rosswood

  • Royston

  • Saanich

  • Salmo

  • Salmon Arm

  • Salt Spring Island

  • Sandon

  • Sandspit

  • Saturna Island

  • Savary Island

  • Savona

  • Sayward

  • Sechelt

  • Seton Portage

  • Shawnigan Lake

  • Sicamous

  • Sidney

  • Silverton

  • Skidegate

  • Slocan City

  • Smithers

  • Sooke

  • Sorrento

  • Spallumcheen

  • Sparwood

  • Spences Bridge

  • Squamish

  • Stewart

  • Summerland

  • Tahsis

  • Tatla Lake

  • Taylor

  • Telkwa

  • Terrace

  • Tête Jaune Cache

  • Texada Island

  • Thetis Island

  • Tlell

  • Tofino

  • Topley

  • Trail

  • Tranquille

  • Trout Lake

  • Tsawwassen

  • Tumbler Ridge

  • Tulameen

  • Ucluelet

  • Union Bay

  • Usk

  • Valemount

  • Vanderhoof

  • Vaseux Lake

  • Vavenby

  • Vernon

  • Victoria

  • View Royal

  • Wardner

  • Warfield

  • Wasa

  • Wells

  • Westbank

  • Westbridge

  • West Kelowna

  • Whistler

  • White Rock

  • Williams Lake

  • Wilson Creek

  • Windermere

  • Winlaw

  • Winter Harbour

  • Woodfibre

  • Woss

  • Yahk

  • Yale

  • Ymir

  • Zeballos

 

About the Author

free reverse address lookup BC

Peter Sandru is an Instructor & Co-Founder of NDIL with over 15 years as a Professional Investigator. Peter has spent more than a decade conducting investigations throughout the world, primarily for corporations, law firms, and government agencies. Peter has assisted in the creation of many investigative training programs in various capacities. Peter has helped many in British Columbia on their journey to learning to utilize search engines to their full potential.

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