WFG National Title Washington

Communicate.Collaborate. Co-exist. WFG is built upon the directive to communicate, collaborate and co-exist - represented in its logo by three "C"s. WFG understands that it has no purpose without its clients, and that its success is dependent entirely upon the success of its partners and customers.

WFG Tools

Quick, easy tools at your fingertips

Client Dashboard

Your link to your transactions

Seller’s Estimate

Estimate seller’s net proceeds

Value Check

Property info

Online Rate Calculators

Estimate refi or sale

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Why you should take time to address your pain points through tech

Why you should take time to address your pain points through tech

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Hands up: how many of you get distracted by pretty, shiny new tech tools that might suit your business needs, but you never have room in your schedule to roll up your sleeves and spend enough quality time to truly implement them into your business?

A Realtor posted ads about a dead driver and a prisoner-of-war  — and the reaction was swift

A Realtor posted ads about a dead driver and a prisoner-of-war — and the reaction was swift

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“Korean Yang Kyoungjong fought with Japan against the USSR,” reads one of the posts, which Hanlon later took down. “He then fought with the USSR against Germany. Then with Germany against the U.S.! Want an agent who fights for you, call me!”

Real estate competition ‘never been more fierce,’ MLS RoundTable says

Real estate competition ‘never been more fierce,’ MLS RoundTable says

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The MLS RoundTable (MLSRT), a think tank whose members include multiple listing services representing about 325,000 agents and brokers nationwide, says that competition in residential real estate “has never been more fierce,” according to a new letter submitted to federal regulators. Why does MLSRT feel the need to assert this opinion now? The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) […]

Is it a good time to buy or sell? Economists say no need to fear rate hike

Is it a good time to buy or sell? Economists say no need to fear rate hike

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While some may be concerned about rising mortgage rates, First American Chief Economist Mark Fleming says there’s no need for alarm. According to the latest Potential Home Sales Model report, the housing market could handle a 30-year, fixed-mortgage rate of 5 percent.