DataTrace Expands Title Plant Footprint and Automated HOA Certificate Coverage Across Texas
October 19, 2023
DataTrace Information Services LLC added six title plants in the Austin, Texas, metropolitan area and increased the coverage for automated homeowners association (HOA) certificates available via all of its 39 title plants across the stateDataTrace Information Services LLC added six title plants in the Austin, Texas, metropolitan area and increased the coverage for automated homeowners association (HOA) certificates available via all of its 39 title plants across the state. DataTrace’s expanded title plant footprint increases its depth and breadth in Texas with unrestricted, geographically indexed title plants in Travis, Caldwell, Burnet, Llano, Williamson and Hays counties. Each leverages the company’s proprietary artificial intelligence and automation technology.
“Our latest expansion of title plant access and automated HOA certificate capabilities demonstrates DataTrace’s ongoing commitment to broaden and deepen our title data in Texas and across the country and underscores our decades of service to the title and real estate industries in the state,” said Robert Karraa, president of DataTrace. “With expanded access to state-of-the-art title plants loaded with quality, deep historical data; fast and accurate tax reporting; and now automated HOA certificates available through a single platform, DataTrace empowers our Texas customers to meet the growing demand for enhanced speed and efficiency in the real estate closing process.”
Each of the six Austin-area title plants has a minimum of 67 years of geographically indexed history, and some have as much as 110 years.
DataTrace’s title plants cover 75% of the state’s population, with many of the plants dating back almost 150 years. DataTrace’s geographically indexed Texas title plants streamline searches with multiple property parameters, including legal descriptions, subdivision names and assessor parcel numbers.
The company’s expanded automated HOA certificate coverage spans 13 new counties in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, widening access to the service to include all six major Texas metropolitan areas, representing 70% of the state’s population. The newly added counties are Dallas, Tarrant, Collin, Denton, Johnson, Parker, Kaufman, Grayson, Rockwall, Hunt, Henderson, Hood and Van Zandt for a total of 30 Texas counties. Access to the automated HOA certificate service can be included with the DataTrace’s automated tax certificates solution.
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