RedVision Expands Texas Footprint for Property Research Services
By: Carrie Bay
RedVision, an independent provider of real property research technology and solutions, announced today that it has added Harris County, Texas to its TitleVision platform, a propriety title plant that gives real estate professionals a single-source property report solution. RedVision has acquired images for Harris County dating back to 1980, strengthening the company’s position to develop Texas-wide title research solutions, which already includes the greater Houston, Dallas/Ft.Worth, El Paso, and San Antonio markets, the company explained in a press statement.
“Our securing Harris County real property records is a critical milestone in delivering customers a cost-saving solution in Texas,” said Brian Twibell, CEO of RedVision.
A team of local experts and customer service professionals at RedVision use the TitleVision plant, a database of courthouse and property tax records that employs advanced posting algorithms and collaborative workflow technology, to provide banking, title, and default and settlement service professionals with property search solutions to make informed business decisions relating to real property transactions.
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