Today, Title Data's Texas title plants cover the Houston, Austin, Corpus Christi, Dallas/Fort Worth, El Paso and San Antonio metropolitan areas, a population of some 20 million Texans spread across an area larger than the states of Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Rhode Island combined. 

Title Data's title plants are of the traditional, "thick plant" variety, built and maintained by reviewing every page of every real property document. They contain more than 300 million records, indexing documents comprising a county's official records, probate documents and civil court suits, the district clerk's civil court suits, and the U.S. Bankruptcy Court's cases. The oldest computerized geographic index records begin 1902, with imaged backplant tract book pages dating back to 1836.

In addition to traditional name and geographically-indexed data, Title Data makes available to its customers county grantor/grantee indexes (some dating back to 1837), central appraisal district appraisal rolls, and the Specially Designated Nationals/Foreign Sanctions Evaders lists. All of this information is available on-line, most of it integrated with digital images of the corresponding document.

Tomorrow, Title Data's Texas title plants are expanding to the remainder of the state's metropolitan areas, some 38 counties and 21 million Texans in all. View a list of Title Data's counties.

Access to Title Data's records and information is available by subscription. For more information please email Jay Sibley at jsibley@titledata.com, or call 713/880-2600.

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