RESEARCH AND RETRIEVAL
We understand that your day is already packed full of responsibilities and important tasks. Let us take the worries or Process Service off your mind. With more than 100 years combined experience in the field, we know what it takes to make your job easier.
Investigations TX PI License A09071
We've spent decades perfecting the art of locating defendants and witnesses that do not wish to be found. We focus our time and energy on this one single aspect of Private Investigation to provide a more robust due diligence effort for the Service of Process.
Real Property Research
Title Agencies, Land Managers, Real Estate Agents and Brokers, we have an extensive network of research agents Nationwide to help you find the documents you need to close those valuable real estate transactions.
Public Records Retrieval
You will save time and enjoy the satisfaction of staying on schedule when you use the services of CRR as the solution to your public document retrieval and search needs. In our 30+ years of business, we have established a reliable network of agents throughout the country. We are here to serve you with the wide-ranging strength of CRR’s experience and know-how.
You will benefit from faster processing times due to our familiarity,and skill to effectively manipulate the data contained within the vast multitude of independent data bases. You can trust us with searches involving litigation, UCC, probate, marriage licenses, assumed names, corporate identities, real estate, and miscellaneous records.
Court Record Research Inc. was founded in 1989 by the indomitable Fred Baca as a resource for Title Agencies, Real Estate Brokers and land managers looking for a reliable way to procure documents in and around Harris County. The Company quickly grew to encompass a nationwide network of research agents at a time when the phrase “on-line access” was still many years away. The company flourished under the guidance of Angela Clark and Julius Jalufka throughout the last decade of the 20th Century.
The turn of the century brought many changes to the real estate industry and other sources of income were needed for the company to grow. Having been located within a block the Civil Courthouse at 301 Fannin for more than a decade, services for Law Firms seemed like a natural route to take and the Service of Process department was born. The beginning was a bit shaky, but steady guidance and a truly dedicated staff breathed life into the department. In 2012 the company merged with Firsthand Process Service bringing new partners, Leonardo Villegas and Christopher S. Wathen in to move the company forward with enthusiasm, civic pride and extreme dedication to customer service.
Today Court Record Research is no longer headquartered in Downtown Houston. In 2015 the company made the decision to move just north of The Central Business District to the lifelong neighborhood of the two new partners; The Near Northside. Located in the old neighborhood medical clinic at 1320 Quitman Street the company strives to be an asset to the community and The City of Houston at large.