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News, updates and perspective on the industry and Texas…
Abstracts & Observations: The Devil in the Details: Surround yourself with the best.
Sounds simple, but a good vetting process which is reviewed and updated periodically can save a lender time and money in the long run. Your partners don’t just help you deliver a loan product. They’re also your face to the borrower in many cases.
Abstracts & Observations: O&G Marching Along in Texas…
The mortgage and real estate market may be struggling a bit right now, but many of us in Texas are staying busy with the oil and gas boom fueled (yes, pun intended) by the Barnett and Eagle Ford Shales.
Abstracts & Observations: Would the economy improve if we just turned off the news for a while?
I know the economy isn’t hitting on all cylinders right now. I know that we all have to work a little harder these days. But I can’t help but wonder how much our economy stutters when the media chooses to focus on the negative day after day.
Abstracts & Observations: An invitation to get involved.
Well, it’s that time again. The Legislature of the State of Texas will be convening for its regular session this January. And of course, this fall will bring election season.
Hollerbach delivers on default and foreclosure services…Texas-style.
With the mortgage industry facing record default and foreclosure rates, Hollerbach & Associates is seeing a greater demand for its default and foreclosure related support services.
Hollerbach celebrates 25th year of serving title and mortgage industry.
After starting up as a small, independent title research and abstract firm almost three decades ago, only some things have changed at Hollerbach & Associates, which is celebrating its 25th year of service to the mortgage and title insurance industry in 2010.
Hollerbach continues partnership with Texas Bankers Association.
Hollerbach & Associates, an independent title research and abstract firm based in San Antonio, will celebrate its 25th year of servicing local and national clients by continuing its long standing partnership with the Texas Bankers Association.
Hollerbach continues partnership with Texas Paralegal Journal.
Hollerbach & Associates, an independent title research and abstract firm in San Antonio, will continue its strong partnership with the Texas Paralegal Association, including advertising support for the Texas Paralegal Journal.
Hollerbach continues sponsorship of TBA Home Equity Seminars.
Hollerbach & Associates recently continued its tradition as the only settlement services firm to sponsor the Texas Bankers Association’s Home Equity Seminar series:
Hollerbach partners with industry specialist, True Impact Communications.
Even in its 25th year of servicing the title insurance and mortgage lending industry, independent research and abstract firm Hollerbach & Associates continues to grow.
Hollerbach to partner with Texas Historical Commission, promote Historical Courthouse Preservation Program.
Hollerbach & Associates will celebrate its 25th year in business by advocating for the historical courthouses of Texas.
Abstracts & Observations: No matter how large national firms become, real estate will always remain a local endeavor
We hear a lot every day from the national trade publications that the real estate industry is “consolidating.” It’s becoming a struggle for independent, local market title and settlement services firms to compete with larger national outfits. But is this the beginning of the end for the small, local shop? I’m here to argue that it isn’t.
Abstracts & Observations: In down market, relationships rule the day
We read a lot these days about the “consolidation” of the real estate industry. Usually, that means that the big fish are gobbling up the little fish, and that’s a natural part of business everywhere. Technology and other processes are being used to improve efficiencies. From a positive perspective, that means working smarter in an industry with historically narrow margins.
Abstracts & Observations: What we’ve learned in 25 years serving the mortgage industry
It’s hard to believe that Hollerbach & Associates opened its doors for the first time almost 3 decades ago. Now that makes me feel old! In 1985, a 30 year fixed mortgage could run some borrowers over 12 percent.
Abstracts & Observations: Texas real estate market remains an alluring target for national lenders.
As you know by now, the sky is falling on the mortgage industry. It has been for a few years. Nobody’s borrowing. Fewer still are lending. But I have a secret to share. They will be borrowing (and lending) again soon.