How to Find an Occupant of an Address

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The Internet makes it easy to find information about a person's home address, e-mail address and phone number. To find an occupant of an address, you can perform a reverse address search. A reverse address search allows you to enter an address into a search field and find the occupants who live at that address. To protect minors, only occupants over the age of 18 will be listed on the results.

Go to the White Pages website and click the "Reverse Address" tab at the top of the page.

Enter the house number and street into the "Address" field.

Enter the city and state or Postcode into the "City, State or ZIP" field and click "Find."

View the occupants of the address. If any other person lives in the home, the name is listed under the first listing.

Go to the 411.com website and click the "Reverse Address" tab located toward the top of the page.

Enter the house number and street into the "Street Address" field.

Enter the city and state or Postcode into the corresponding field and click "Search."

View the occupants of the address. The database lists the main person of the household and any additional members.

Go to the Address.com website.

Enter the address into the "Address" field under the "Reverse Address" heading.

Enter the city and state or Postcode into the appropriate field. This is also under the "Reverse Address" heading. Click "Find" to continue.

View the occupants of the address. If any other person lives in the home, the name is listed under the first listing.

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