Parker County's premier title insurance agent offering comprehensive closing and escrow services

Parker County Title Services, Inc. (“PCTS”), located in Weatherford, Texas, is the Parker County division of Sewell Title Co.  Sewell Title Co. is a Title insurance agency licensed in Parker, Tarrant and Palo Pinto counties. 

The President of Sewell Title Co. dba Parker County Title Services, Inc. is Hal Sewell of Fort Worth. Hal is an Attorney-at-Law who has been dedicated to providing premier title insurance services for more than 20 years in Parker County, Tarrant County and surrounding county markets.

Hal Sewell and his team have dedicated themselves for over 25 years to the goal of creating seamless real estate closings. We set ourselves apart with decidedly experienced people who are attentive to the quality of service.

Whether your transaction involves residential, farm and ranch, or commercial properties, you will receive thoughtful, timely, and energetic attention to every detail.

Your questions and concerns are always welcomed, and you will find both responsiveness and accessibility are the norm.

Please contact us and give us the pleasure of assisting you in your next real estate closing.


Current Issues in Real Estate

  • Title insurance premiums in Texas were adjusted by 3.8% as of May 1, 2013. This is the first time title insurance rates in Texas have been raised in over 20 years. Title insurance rates in Texas are set by the Commissioner of Insurance.

  • CBS News (2013) - A surge in home buying has dropped available homes in some counties to their lowest level in more than 20 years. Prices are now surging as homes that couldn’t garner a single offer in the fall, are now drawing several. New home starts surged 32% and closings jumped 25% in the second quarter of 2013. Sales for single family homes in North Texas topped the billion dollar mark in February, according to research from the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M.

  • Time To Buy Real Estate? Potential Buyers Think So. It seems many buyers who've been sitting on the sidelines may finally get in the game, according to Fannie Mae's June 2013 National Housing Survey. The reason? The fear and expectation of both mortgage interest rates and housing prices going up.

    This report courtesy of Realty Times. Learn more

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