Abstracts & Updates

The Importance of Including A Flood Zone Determination With A Title Search

Flooded land

Floods can be completely devastating to communities. The loss of life, property and livelihoods can leave survivors displaced because their homes and businesses are uninhabitable. The financial cost of replacing everything that was swept away is unimaginable.  

Do-It-Yourself: How to Do a Property Title Search


If you've ever purchased a property, you know how frustrating those last-minute delays can be when your closing date is fast approaching. Often, delays are unavoidable, but there are many times where these delays could have been prevented. According to the National Association of Realtors, 9% of all closing delays are related to issues associated with the title of the property. For this reason, it is a good idea to perform a title search on the property to avoid delays in your closing.

Texas Plats, Maps and Tax Records

West Texas

Researching property history, especially Texas property history, can be a daunting task. Amongst Texas's 254 counties, there is a lot of variety in terms of how property records are recorded and archived. One of the first steps to understanding the work we do at Hollerbach & Associates is understanding the basics of each county's record-keeping techniques and documentation. We want our clients to be informed on how to interpret their property history to minimize risk.  

We Know Texas Better

We Know Texas Better

At Hollerbach & Associates, when we say that We Know Texas BetterTM, it's more than just a catchy phrase — we mean it. With our large network of Texas professionals and our 35 years of experience in title researching, how could we not? The truth is that Texas's 254 counties, with their broad variety of record-keeping practices, make title research a tricky beast to tackle — and that's why you need a company that knows Texas better.

Coronavirus Business Operations Update

Effective at midnight on March 24th, Hollerbach & Associates, Inc. will not be accepting visitors at our San Antonio location. We are in compliance with San Antonio Mayor Nirenberg and Bexar County Judge Wolff's "Stay Home, Stay Safe" orders issued on March 23rd requiring limited travel March 25, 2020 through April 9, 2020. However, please be a...

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Viva San Antonio!

Here is a video of Jim Hollerbach welcoming you to TAPS and the Alamo City.