We Close Where You Are

At Northwest Title, we are fully licensed in six states and have closed transactions in 23 more. We are a flexible title agency with experience closing all types of transactions.


Northwest Title is licensed in:

West Virginia

Northwest Title: Your Approved and Trusted Provider

Northwest Title is an independent title agency with multiple underwriters, which allows us the flexibility to resolve title issues swiftly and effectively. We work closely with these underwriters to assure each transaction is successfully completed.

Some of our underwriters may present a seal or badge to authorize agents as trusted providers. When you see this seal of approval, you know you've found a provider of real estate settlement services that is committed to providing services in accordance with their stringent standards.






Northwest Title is a registered trusted & verified agent by Secure Insight. Secure Insight is the first company to offer a standardized risk management process and information database of fully vetted mortgage closing professionals that protects both consumers and lenders – reducing fraud and ensuring that federal regulatory requirements are met.

The Secure Insight process delivers the most advanced closing fraud risk analysis in the industry and meets all risk management requirements for third-party vetting of vendor relationships, as outlined by CFPB, OCC, HUD, FDIC, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and the National Credit Union Administration.



While conducting our day-to-day business at Northwest Title, we adhere to the American Land Title Association's (ALTA) Seven Pillars of Best Practices to protect clients’ privacy and non-public information (NPI), ensure that escrow funds are well-managed and secured, that title policy procedures are clearly documented and followed, proper liability insurance is maintained, and more. The ALTA Seven Pillars of Best Practices are a voluntary framework of title industry best practices which were developed in conjunction with the banking industry and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).

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