TexasFile Expands Its Coverage beyond Texas Borders

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TexasFile, a firm with more than 10 years of experience in providing online courthouse records, is adding coverage in Texas and expanding into additional states.

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TexasFile Expanded Coverage

“With the addition of these states, our statewide search provides the Colorado and New Mexico legal, land, title and mineral industries access to the same features Texas customers have come to rely on,” says Jason B. Smith.

TexasFile is well-known as the most comprehensive provider of online county courthouse records in Texas. Using proprietary search and image technologies, TexasFile recently added to its 100 million+ records with the addition of county courthouse records from New Mexico and Colorado.

This new expansion is part of TexasFile’s ongoing effort to be the central provider of nationwide records relevant to land and mineral research. The company continuously responds to customers needing access to county court records in Texas and surrounding states.

“No other records provider has such extensive coverage of Texas county courthouse records,” says TexasFile President, Jason B. Smith. “We will continue our expansion until we have added every Texas land record to our website.” In fact, TexasFile added seven additional Texas counties the first week of May 2015.

Records in these newly-obtained areas can be found using TexasFile’s groundbreaking statewide search feature, which provides a single point of entry to county clerk records from over 240 counties. The Statewide research tool gives clients a complete picture of each asset and liability profile in just a few seconds instead of hours. “With the addition of these states, our statewide search provides the Colorado and New Mexico legal, land, title and mineral industries access to the same features Texas customers have come to rely on,” says Jason B. Smith.

Along with the data expansion, TexasFile enhanced their activity history reports, allowing customers to allocate costs accurately and efficiently with a free three-prong system involving unique tracking IDs. The tracking IDs allow expenses to be tracked to specific customers and projects in order to manage billing and receipts for all of a firm’s users through a single login. Those interested in more information or a free trial should contact TexasFile directly or visit TexasFile.com.

About TexasFile:
TexasFile LLC was started in 2005 by an independent title insurance agency based in Corpus Christi, Texas, and is now the most expansive county courthouse records provider in the state. Our parent company San Jacinto Title has been providing Texas land research and title insurance for over 50 years. Several counties on http://www.texasfile.com are licensed title plants used to underwrite title insurance by major underwriters. For more information, please visit http://www.texasfile.com or send an email to info@texasfile.com.

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