An 8th Generation Texan, and direct descendant of a Stephen F. Austin’s Old Three Hundred Colonist as well as a direct descendant of a Green Dewitt’s Colonist. Chad was raised farming and ranching mainly in Childress, Collingsworth and Cottle counties. After graduating Wellington High School in 1984, Chad began his banking career while attending West Texas State University, and in 1987, he earned his Bachelor’s in Business Administration degree with a major in Finance and an emphasis in Real Estate and Accounting. Married to Camie Robbins Holland of Canadian, together they have three children and four grandchildren.
REAL ESTATE CAREER:
Chad has personally owned and operated farm & ranch, rental and commercial property, since 1989, in addition to flipping numerous properties. He started his Texas Real Estate practice in 2003, obtaining his Broker license in 2006. Chad has extensive sales experience in farm & ranch, hunting & recreational, residential & country homes, as well as rental and commercial properties. Having closed real estate transactions in fifty-eight (58) different counties across Texas, Chad is keenly aware that every real estate market in Texas is different.
Chad’s banking career started in 1984 and since 2002, Chad has served as Community Bank President in Childress and as Executive Vice President and Advisory Director of InterBank, a $4.1 Billion commercial bank. As a lender since 1989, Chad has closed thousands of agricultural and commercial loans, including hundreds of real estate loans in fifty-eight (58) counties across Texas as well as several counties in Western Oklahoma. Real Estate loans include farms, ranches, hunting & recreational property, home mortgages, new residential construction, hotels, new hotel construction, rental property and commercial property. Lending in both large urban banks in Amarillo, Odessa and Fort Worth as well as several rural community banks in-between, Chad has prepared hundreds of in-house real estate evaluations for properties held as collateral for these banks. Being involved in these various banks, and their respective communities, Chad has made many professional contacts throughout Texas and Oklahoma. These contacts include lenders, real estate brokers, title companies, inspectors, appraisers, architects, engineers, surveyors, attorneys and insurance agents.
Since 1987, Chad has served as an officer and/or director in several different community civic organizations including Kiwanis, Lions and Rotary, as well as various county museums, and Chambers of Commerce. He is a former member of the Childress County Historical Commission and the City of Childress Planning & Zoning Commission. Currently Chad is a member of Childress Extension Leadership Advisory Board and the Childress Community Designated Fund.
With a vast network of contacts across Texas and around the globe, along with diverse experience in both real estate and lending, Chad has the skill and commitment to bring buyers and sellers together on a deal that works for everyone involved.