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WFG Agents Purchasing Program
Welcome to WFGAgent.com

At WFG, our agents are more than a distribution channel for our title policies; they are partners in our business and essential to it. That belief sits at the core of our business model, it determines the priorities we set, and it explains why we developed this website. Our goal is to provide the information resources and business tools you need to succeed.

What You Will Find Here

We’ve designed this to be a one-stop-shopping platform on which agents can obtain information quickly and execute business functions with maximum efficiency and minimum effort. You can:

    • Generate policy jackets and closing letters
    • Obtain state-specific underwriting manuals
    • Develop a compliance program
    • Locate vendors
    • Find industry news, regulatory alerts and business development advice
    • Ask questions

And much more. The navigation is easy, functions are user-friendly, the information is comprehensive and most important, the site is yours. Explore it. Explore it some more. Use it. And tell us how we can make it better.

Recent News



Consumers seem to be feeling somewhat better about the housing market, based on responses to Fannie Mae’s June National Housing Survey. Although the number of respondents viewing this as a good time to buy declined, the number who see this as a good time to sell increased to 52 percent… Read more »

yes-no-maybe (DON’T) BUY NOW!


Housing industry professionals view the continuing decline in the nation’s home ownership rate (which hit a new low in the second quarter) as a sign of housing market distress – if not a cause of it. But some Federal Reserve economists think the trend reflects good sense on the part… Read more »

keys-on-table RENTS STILL RISING


The home purchase and rental markets usually move in opposite directions: When one rises, the other typically remains flat or falls. Soaring foreclosures and a battered housing market – both byproducts of the severe economic downturn – predictably boosted demand for rental units. But strengthening home sales have not as… Read more »



When will the Federal Reserve raise interest rates? Economists, business executives and consumers have been asking that question with increasing intensity for the past two years. The July employment report may have brought the Fed closer to answering it. Employers added 215,000 jobs for the month, a little short of… Read more »