Announcing Buck Cawyer, Sales Executive

Buck Cawyer


We are happy to announce that Buck Cawyer has made the choice to join the Ticor Title sales team in Spokane. With over 20 years experience in the customer service industry, we are confident that Buck will bring tremendous value to our clients and partners.

Please join us in welcoming Buck to the Ticor Title Family!

Buck Cawyer
t: 509-319-4317 • f: 866-846-1127
1330 N Washington St Ste 3525
Spokane, WA 99201

About Buck

Buck is passionate about helping his clients and providing a service level that is above and beyond the industry standard. With over two decades of experience serving clients, Buck brings a positive mindset, high energy level, and solutions approach to his work with clients as well as his work within the Ticor team. Buck is committed to working closely with our team of Escrow and Title professionals to provide consistency, clear communication, and personalized service with every transaction because we believe that every successful transaction begins with a great team!

For Sale By Owner or Real Estate Professional?

fsbo vs real estate professional

Which option is right for you?

There are many important factors to consider when selling your home. Preparing the home, setting the price, marketing & advertising, qualifying buyers, negotiating, setting appointments and navigating the closing process are all part of a successful real estate transaction.

Preparing and staging the home

A Real Estate Professional can make recommendations based on current trends and best practices, resulting in the most favorable presentation of the interior and exterior of the home.

Are you equipped to set the correct price for the home?

Market conditions, seasonal trends, property condition, size, and location are a few of the many factors that must be considered when pricing the home competitively. A real estate professional is skilled at gathering data and formulating the optimal price approach with regard to the home and dynamic real estate market

Are you prepared with an optimal advertising strategy and budget?

Real Estate professionals are trained to strategically expose the home to potential buyers by managing print, web, email, and direct mail campaigns for the sellers they represent. In addition, they have the advantage of leveraging a network of other real estate professionals to find a buyer match.

Are you prepared to qualify potential buyers?

A Real Estate Professional is trained to ask clarifying questions that ethically identify qualified buyers vs. indecisive, demanding, disloyal, or financially irresponsible clients. Valuable time may be saved by determining if a buyer is financially able to purchase the home and assessing the true level of interest.

Do you have the ability to negotiate the sale?

Crafting an agreement to everyone’s satisfaction requires skill, preparation, data, confidence, and a level head. Real estate professionals are trained to handle a myriad of buyer negotiating tactics and are free of emotional ties to the property itself. This provides a more objective position from which they can manage negotiations on price, terms, and amenities.

Are you available for calls and Appointments with potential buyers?

A real estate professional will receive the majority of buyer calls, internet leads, and email queries from potential buyers and subsequently qualify and categorize each opportunity.

Are you familiar with the closing process?

A real estate professional is trained to be familiar with closing timelines, parties involved, expectations, regulations, and requirements throughout the closing process. If you are considering selling your home on your own, please carefully assess what’s required to successfully do so.

Title Insurance FAQs for Home Buyers

Did you know that title insurance is the most effective, most accepted and least expensive way to protect property ownership rights? Because most consumers purchase title insurance only a handful of times in a lifetime, questions do arise when the time comes to purchase a property.

What is Title?

Title is your ownership right to your property.

What is Title Insurance?

Title insurance is a policy that protects your investment and property rights. There are two different types of title insurance: owner’s policy and lender’s policy.


An owner’s policy protects your property rights for as long as you or your heirs own the home.


A lender’s policy is usually required by the lender and protects only the lender’s financial interests. The buyer typically pays for this policy, but this varies depending on geography. For more information, please contact your Ticor Title Representative.

Why Should I Purchase Owners Title Insurance?

Owner’s title insurance is the best way to protect your property from future legal claims. It’s a one-time fee that covers you and your heirs for as long as you own your home. The owner’s policy also covers potential legal fees for settling claims against your property rights.

What Does Owner’s Title Insurance Cost?

The one-time payment for owner’s title insurance is low relative to the value of your home. The typical owner’s title insurance policy costs around 0.5% of the home’s purchase price.

How Long Am I Covered?

Your owner’s insurance policy lasts for as long as you or your heirs own your property. Your life will change over time, but your peace of mind never will.

Where Can I Get More Information?

Ticor Title helps educate homebuyers like you about the value of title insurance so you can protect your property rights. Contact a Ticor Title representative today to learn more about title insurance and the home closing process.