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Texas County Courthouse Records Provider TexasFile.com Launches First Statewide Single Search Access to Public Records

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TexasFile announces courthouse records search engine with unprecedented all-county access to land records, liens, mineral appraisals and more. New feature simultaneously searches official public records from over 200 Texas county courthouses.

Corpus Christi, TX (PRWEB) July 18, 2014

TexasFile, the online portal to Texas official public records, announces the release of a new search function on their site allowing users to research over 200 Texas counties simultaneously. With this release, TexasFile becomes the first company to provide a single search point of entry to almost every county courthouse in Texas. In other words, this is the first one-click search of almost 254 counties worth of public records.

President Jason B. Smith said the new statewide search is unprecedented in Texas: We are pleased to offer new insight into county courthouse records by removing the search barriers of county boundaries. What would in the past take hours to do, can now be completed in less than a minute. Before our statewide search release, obtaining similar information would take hundreds of individual searches. This now requires one search on http://www.texasfile.com .

Attorneys, banks, oil and gas exploration professionals, land and title researchers, surveyors and investigation firms use TexasFile.com for researching official public records filed in county courthouses. The new search feature allows these industries to quickly research individuals and companies with a statewide perspective instead of researching county by county.

To illustrate the magnitude of this feature, Smith provided, Consider an attorney trying to locate assets or liens on a person or company of interest, or an oil and gas exploration department interested in seeing where their competitors are leasing. With tens of thousands of Texas land records filled every week, and with the speed of business happening faster every year, a single statewide search could mean the difference between winning and losing a client.

About the Company
TexasFile LLC started in 2005 as a division of a large 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. We may be contacted at (214) 705-6400 or via email at info(at)texasfile(dot)com.

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