Understanding the VA Home Loan

By: techdev | 29 Jul 2020

Veterans of the US military have lots of benefits available to them when it comes to education, home buying, and even retail/restaurant discounts. Many times,…

Reopen Announcement

By: TXRB Staff | 7 Jun 2020

While we continue to diligently monitor the COVID-19 situation, we are thankful that we have been able to continue supporting our customers and communities during…

Effective Immediately – Motorbank Access Only

By: Miguel Interiano | 18 Mar 2020

Dear valued customer: Out of concern for the health and well-being of our customers and our employees, Texas Republic Bank has made the decision, effective…

COVID-19 Important Information

By: Miguel Interiano | 17 Mar 2020

At Texas Republic Bank, we are taking great strides to provide you with “Banking like it oughta be!” and have been monitoring the CDC updates…

4 Tips for Online Security

By: techdev | 27 Nov 2019

How much time do you spend online? A recent study shows that Americans are spending 6 hours and 42 minutes online daily – equalling almost…

5 Tips for First-Time Homebuyers

By: techdev | 31 Oct 2019

Becoming a homeowner for the first time is an exciting step and a great way to invest money. Unfortunately, many people jump into this decision…

Pros and Cons of using Cash or Credit

By: TXRB Staff | 24 Sep 2019

Cash or credit?—Have you heard this question before? It may seem simple, but there is a lot of debate that surrounds this inquiry. Should you…

History of US Mortgage Rates

By: TXRB Staff | 27 Aug 2019

A mortgage rate is the rate of interest that a homeowner will pay over the duration of their loan, typically 15-30 years. Interest rates are…

Largest Banknotes in History

By: TXRB Staff | 25 Jun 2019

Banknotes, or paper money, in America can take the form of several different denominations – $1, $5, $10, $20, etc.. These denominations are assigned value…