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  • Washington Federal Inc
  • Industry: Banks
  • City: Seattle, WA
  • Washington Federal Savings is headquartered in Seattle, Washington, with over 100 branches in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Nevada, Utah, Texas and Arizona. Operating as a traditional savings and loan, Washington Federal obtains its funds through savings deposits from customers, from repayment of loans and from borrowings and retained earnings. We use these funds to make loans for the purchase of new or existing homes, the construction of homes, land acquisition for residential development, investment in obligations of government entities, and other sound financial opportunities.