The community of Whitehouse, Texas was founded long before the city was officially incorporated. The community was named in 1845, but was not incorporated until 1953. The local school district preceded incorporated municipal government, and was largely responsible for the eventual formation of the city. Residents of Whitehouse were predominantly farmers or worked in support of agriculture until transportation innovations following World War II lead to other employment options. Several cherished historic resources include the various Works Progress Administration (WPA) projects located within the city. These projects, typically built with sandstone rockwork, are found throughout the city’s historic Town Center. Civic leaders in Whitehouse established the YesterYear Celebration to educate residents about the community’s history and heritage. The festival includes activities such as parades, carnivals, historic battle reenactments, pageants, and trade days. Whitehouse has enjoyed continuous growth in both its population and local economy. Mortgage and loan buyers in Whitehouse have also seen steady growth. As a local Texas company, Alamo Note Buyers offers a superior understanding of State laws, to get you through the process of selling your note faster than anyone else!
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Smith County Appraisal Disctrict Assessor/Collector
Smith County Appraisal Disctrict
The City of Whitehouse’s Official Website
Whitehouse Chamber of Commerce