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Who owns Texas American Title?

Who owns Texas American Title?

Title Resource Group
Texas American Title is owned and operated by Title Resource Group (TRG), a national title insurance and settlement services company that is a subsidiary of Realogy Holdings Corporation.

Who owns Great American title?

Spring, Texas – Ronnie Matthews, Chairman and Tom Blackwell, President, Great American Title Company announced today that David Crowe has joined the Great American team as Vice President – Senior Title Officer/Commercial Escrow Officer.

Is a title company required in Texas?

Is it required? Texas does not require title insurance. The lender will require you to buy a Loan Policy of Title Insurance to protect their interest.

What does a title company do?

The role of a title company is to verify that the title to the real estate is legitimately given to the home buyer. Essentially, they make sure that a seller has the rights to sell the property to a buyer. The title insurance company also may be responsible for conducting the closing.

Is there a great American title company in Houston?

Great American Title Company (Great American) headquartered in Spring, Texas is a leading provider of title insurance services. Great American currently operates multiple locations in the Houston Metropolitan area and is licensed to operate in 38 counties in Texas.

Who is the founder of Great American title?

Ronnie is the founding principal at Great American Title. Learn more about his expertise and vision. Great American Title Company (Great American) headquartered in Spring, Texas is a leading provider of title insurance services.

Who are the staff at first American title?

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Who is the provider of title and closing services?

As your title and closing provider, we want to assure satisfaction for everyone involved in the transaction, whether you are a buyer, seller, agent or lender.