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We are excited to announce a restructuring of our title department that is designed to improve the overall client experience by creating efficiencies and a more localized title officer presence in our branches across the Puget Sound region. Below are a few things we want our clients to know with regards to these exciting changes.

Greater Efficiencies & Localized Title Officer Presence

We have recently established the FNTG Centralized Production Facility in Seattle under the leadership of our own James Griffin. This facility is designed to streamline our workflow and create synergies among our back-office operations that produce our title commitments.

In conjunction with the formation of the Centralized Production Facility, Ticor’s Title Officers have been distributed to our Ticor Title branch locations across the Puget Sound area. The result is greater accessibility and a more localized Title Officer presence for our clients. For title related questions, challenges, or status requests our clients have a local, dedicated Ticor Title Officer to provide solutions.

Your Local Ticor Title Officer Contacts

Ticor Title Seattle

Reid Vance
Title Officer
Phone 206-393-0921
Fax 877-521-9846
Reid.Vance@TicorTitle.com

Ticor Title Renton

Donna Roetter
Title Officer
Phone 425-255-7472
Fax 877-521-9938
Donna.Roetter@TicorTitle.com

Danny Osborn
Title Officer
Phone 425-873-7576
Fax 425-255-0285
Danny.Osborn@TicorTitle.com

Ticor Title Kent

Dave Watson
Senior Title Officer, Commercial/Residential
Phone 253-460-2921
Fax 877-521-9770
David.Watson@TicorTitle.com

Ticor Title University Place

Dave Watson
Senior Title Officer, Commercial/Residential
Phone 253-460-2921
Fax 877-521-9770
David.Watson@TicorTitle.com

Ticor Title Everett

Georgia Hallett
AVP/Senior Title Officer
Phone 425-586-6966
Fax 866-878-4473
Georgia.Hallett@TicorTitle.com

Changes to the Title Commitment Exceptions

There will be slight changes to the layout of the exceptions on the Title Commitment/Title Report. You will now see the special exceptions first (Easements, Agreements, CC&R’s), followed by taxes, assessments and any monetary liens.

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