Promotion Announcement: Chase Evans Promoted to COO of Republic Title

Title insurance industry leader Republic Title is pleased to announce that Chase Evans has been named Chief Operating Officer of Republic Title of Texas, Inc. As Chief Operating Officer, Chase will provide companywide leadership, team management and vision as he oversees the implementation of Republic Title’s forward-focused strategies. With over twenty years of experience in the title industry, Chase is exceptionally qualified for this role and in many ways, Chase’s promotion recognizes a role he has already played. He most recently served as Senior Vice President, managing the residential and commercial plant operations as well as managing the commercial closing operations and numerous strategic initiatives.

“Chase is a consummate professional that will greatly contribute to the continuous growth of our company” said Bo Feagin, President of Republic Title of Texas, Inc. “His work ethic, knowledge of the industry and creative thinking will allow Republic Title to continue to be a leader in our industry.”

Chase earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Trinity University. He serves on the Children’s Health Foundation and Finance Board and The Real Estate Council Foundation Board. Chase is active in the Uplift Education HERO program and is a former Chairman of the City of Dallas TIF Board (Deep Ellum). Outside of work, Chase enjoys spending time with his wife and two children.

About Republic Title of Texas
Republic Title of Texas, Inc., is a full-service title insurance company that handles the transfer of title for our customers’ real estate transactions and protects the title to their largest financial investments. Founded in 1991 and locally operated, Republic Title is the authority in real estate transactions and is distinguished by its proven experience, dedicated service and lasting relationships.

Republic Title is distinguished by its proven experience, dedicated service and lasting relationships.

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