Fidelity Announces Brand Refresh for TitleWave

February 15, 2018

Fidelity National Title Group (FNTG) announced a new logo, tagline and website for TitleWave Real Estate Solutions.

In a release, Fidelity said the logo embodies a fresh, cohesive vision with subtle elements from previous regional designs, allowing FNTG to expand on the brand recognition TitleWave has built for nearly two decades. The unveiling of the new website further increases the company’s online presence and will help communicate the advancement of products and services offered to Fidelity agents. According to Fidelity, the new tagline “We Simplify the Complicated” illustrates the larger TitleWave community united for a common purpose—to simplify and add to the efficiency of our agents’ operations.

"TitleWave has been serving our agents since the year 2000," said Leanne Zinn, senior vice president with Fidelity. "Our accomplishments have been many and our goals for providing solutions to our agents are far more ambitious. Let’s face it, title production is complicated. TitleWave simplifies the complicated by providing our agents with a production footprint to grow and expand their business, a workforce of subject matter expertise for scalability, integration efficiencies, and an underwriter backed quality product. This revitalization hints at a deeper focus with more services to come. We invite all of our agents to grab their keyboard and ride the wave.”

TitleWave Real Estate Solutions provides title production in over 25 states, encompassing over 2,000 counties. Since its inception, TitleWave Real Estate Solutions has delivered more than 6 million title search reports to over 12,000 customers.

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North American Title Insurance Company (NATIC) is a seasoned title insurance underwriter, helping title agents to achieve their individual business goals for more than 50 years. Today, the company conducts real estate settlement services in 39 states and the District of Columbia through a network of experienced, independent agents.