Valley Land Title Co. is extremely proud to recognize two employees on their anniversaries and contributions to the growth of our company – Gracie Sandoval, Tax Service Department for her 10-year anniversary and Tana Salinas, Escrow Officer on her 5-year anniversary. Paul R. Rodriguez, CEO presented each of them with a framed certificate and a token of appreciation for their dedicated and loyal service at VLTC’s Quarterly TEAM meeting on Friday, August 11, 2017. Thank you for all you do and congratulations Gracie and Tana!
Valley Land Title Co. was on FIRE and Rocked the House at the 1st Annual Grillin 4 TREPAC cooking event hosted by the Greater McAllen Association of Realtors! Head Chef Jose Antonio Ramirez and his teammates Tommy Martinez, Mario Garza, Henry Leal, Sonny Molina and Nanette Palomo placed 1st in both the Fajita and Ribs Categories our of 18 teams!!!!!
Congratulations to Chef Jose and his team and a huge THANK YOU to the Greater McAllen Association of Realtors for hosting a great event – “It was well worth the HEAT!!!”
McAllen, TX – Valley Land Title Co., a Valley institution since 1919, announces the induction of Paul R. Rodriguez, CEO/President, on June 13, 2017 to the 2017-2018 Texas Land Title Association Board at its annual conference held in New Orleans, LA. Mr. Rodriguez has an extensive history in the Valley banking and title industry as well as previously serving on the Affordable Homes of South Texas and Sharyland ISD boards and currently serves as trustee of South Texas College.
TLTA is a statewide trade association representing the Texas title insurance industry and currently serving over 13,000 professionals involved in the safe and efficient transfer of real estate. With active members in every Texas county, TLTA membership comprises over 90 percent of all title insurance agents and underwriters licensed to do business in Texas.
VLTC is always looking for ways to innovate our day-to-day operations. This group of employees submitted ideas on how our company could best reduce paper usage throughout each of our offices and were each awarded cash for their great ideas! There were 22 participants in the Paper Reduction Initiative: (pictured) Dora Flores, Grizelda Rodriguez, Anna Ortega, Colleen Hanson, Ida Castaneda, Danny Gonzalez, Bertha Ramirez, Carmen Cortez, Zulema Ochoa, Cecilia Trevino, Tonja Gatton, Susan Valdez, Tommy Martinez, Heidi Garcia, Janie Marquez, Patty Galindo. (not picture) Janie Ramirez, Norma Morin, Cassandra Esparza, Gracie Sandoval, Crystal Rodriguez and Karla Cavazos. Thank you all for your great ideas that have already been implemented!
Special recognition goes out to Senior Escrow Officer Janie Marquez (McAllen Office) who received a WOW Award at our Quarterly TEAM meeting on Friday, May 5, 2017! A WOW Award is awarded to an employee who exemplifies above-and-beyond work ethic towards providing our customers and partners with exceptional customer service in the previous months.
Thank you, Janie, for going the extra mile and congratulations on a job well done!
Valley Land Title Co. is extremely proud to recognize four employees on their anniversaries and contributions to the growth of our company – Martin Marin, Policy Department celebrated 20 years of employment; Heidi Garcia and Sally Villarreal, Examination Department celebrated 10 years; and Norma Morin, Title Examiner celebrated 5 years.
Paul R. Rodriguez, CEO presented each of them with a framed certificate and a token of appreciation for their dedicated and loyal service at VLTC’s Quarterly TEAM meeting on Friday, May 5, 2017.
Thank you for all you do and congratulations Martin, Heidi, Sally, and Norma!
On Saturday, April 22 VLTC participated at the Cynthia Jean Salinas (CJS) Memorial Scholarship Fund 5k Run/Walk for Domestic Abuse Awareness at the Edinburg Municipal Park. VLTC then, on Saturday, April 29, participated in Walk a Mile in Her Shoes 5k Run/Walk benefiting Mujeres Unidas, a local non-profit providing shelter and support services to victims of domestic violence and survivors of sexual assault. Thank you to those that participated in these 5k run/walks to support two great local non-profit organizations in our community!
Check out our Facebook @valleylandtitleco for more pictures of these events and more.
On Thursday, April 20, 2017, Valley Land Title Co. hosted a Cyber Crime seminar at the Lone Star National Bank Corporate Office. Cynthia Howell, a Texas Underwriting Counsel at First American Title with over 10 years title/escrow, presented a course for 1 hour CE Credit discussing topics regarding the current state of Cybercrime, tips on keeping systems secure and avoiding hacks from Hackers posing as Real Estate Agents, tips to arm clients against falling victim to various forms of wire fraud, and different schemes circulating within the industry. We will announce any additional events for CE Credit like this one on our Facebook (@valleylandtitleco) and Website.
Valley Land Title Co. celebrated its 11th Annual Spring Fiesta at our Corporate Office location on North 10th in McAllen. VLTC Staff was proud to serve over 400 customers with local Mexican food and desserts, drinks, and live music. Customers were able to take a picture at our photo booth with festive props and attire to take home with them as a memorable keepsake – take a look at some of the photos that were posted on our Facebook page. Thank you to all our wonderful customers, who were able to attend and be a part of the festivities, as well to VLTC’s hard-working Festival Planning Committee members who helped set-up and tear-down the event. You all are what made our 11th Annual Spring Fiesta a continual success!
Valley Land Title Co. staff attended the Women’s Council of Realtors (WCR) March Business Resource Meeting on Wednesday, March 15 at the McAllen Country Club where VLTC was recognized as Affiliate of the Month. Paul Rodriguez, CEO led the group in invocation before Keynote Speaker Keith Patridge, President and CEO of McAllen Economic Development Corporation and McAllen Foreign Trade Zone spoke on a topic regarding the “Economic Development on the Border in the Trump Administration” to 75 attendees. The presentation provided a fresh perspective on how the Rio Grande Valley and the economy across the border will be impacted during the current administration.