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How Much Do I Need to Retire?

By: techdev | 24 Sep 2021

Planning Ahead When it comes down to it one of the most important aspects of managing your personal finances is planning ahead for retirement. Some…

How to Save Money

By: techdev | 28 Jul 2021
Introduction It should go without saying that many American families are hurting financially right now because of the COVID-19 pandemic. This event has caused many...

IRAs: Here’s what to know

By: techdev | 6 Apr 2021

There are a few tools you can use while saving for retirement – one of them is an Individual Retirement Account, usually called an IRA. …

What is Mortgage Underwriting?

By: TXRB Staff | 1 Mar 2021

Are you ready to buy a house? Congratulations! Are you currently buying a house and considering refinancing? With interest rates so low, now is a…

History of US CD interest rates

By: TXRB Staff | 22 Jan 2021

CDs have long offered a great alternative to traditional savings accounts in the US. Putting your money in a CD is a low-risk way to…

Buying a house during COVID

By: TXRB Staff | 18 Dec 2020

  2020 was going to be your best year yet. You were going to travel, buy a house… and then the pandemic happened. COVID has…

Understanding the VA Home Loan

By: TXRB Staff | 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…