Federal Title & Escrow Company Introduces REALCredit Partner Program

WASHINGTON, D.C. – 06-10-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — Federal Title & Escrow Company, the largest non-affiliated title and escrow company in the D.C. metro area, today announced the launch of the REALCredit™ Partner program so that real estate agents and mortgage lenders can better serve their homebuyers and sellers. Federal Title’s REALCredit™ Partner program offers a suite of new tools and benefits, including new account management capabilities, mobile-friendly settlement ordering, a substantial credit against closing costs, and up to two (2) hours of free legal consultation through the new REALegal™ program.  

“While most title companies are devising ways to share their profits with brokers in exchange for business referrals, we are inventing new technology and programs to assist real estate agents and lenders in delivering more benefits to their clients. Our latest release of the REALCredit™ program further exemplifies our commitment to providing a seamless and secure consumer-centric closing experience.” – Todd Ewing, CEO

For more information on the REALCredit™ Partner program, click here.
For more information on the REALegal™ program, click here.

About Federal Title & Escrow Company:

Federal Title & Escrow Company is the largest non-affiliated title and escrow company in the D.C. metro area, providing a neutral, conflict-free closing experience. We are a fully licensed, full-service title insurance and closing company, offering online and offline closing solutions for the residential and commercial real estate industry.

Media Contacts:

Company Name: Federal Title & Escrow Company
Full Name: Phillip Mazzotta
Phone: (202) 362-1500
Email Address: Send Email
Website: www.FederalTitle.com

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