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No state in the world can match New York's unparalleled energy, or the tremendous pride. There is always something fun, exciting and inviting to do in the state capital, New York City. With Broadway shows, outdoor movies or concerts, tours of museums or historical attractions, cuisine from every world culture, and more, there are endless opportunities in each of the City’s five boroughs—the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island—to discover something new. New York also features some of the most prestigious landmarks in the world, along with historic communities, trendy residential neighborhoods, and shopping districts.

New York is also home to Fidelity National Title New York, one of Fidelity National Financial’s most dynamic title brands and real estate teams. Fidelity National Title New York serves the residential and commercial real estate industry. Our offices are strategically located in Suffolk and Nassau counties and includes teams that live and work in offices located in: Garden City and Riverhead. Our New York-based professionals work in all facets of the real estate industry, providing best-in-class real estate services to buyers and sellers in the area, as well as the real estate professionals, lenders, builders and attorneys that work alongside them. In addition to our commitment to the residents of New York, we provide commercial services to investors who help keep our economy strong.

Discover what’s new and interesting in our backyard in the latest real estate news, provided courtesy of the Newsdesk.



The Latest Articles From the FNF Newsdesk:

Seoul vows to move families from Parasite-style basement homes after flooding deaths
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Do you need a real estate agent to sell your home?
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How do credit scores impact the cost of PMI?
As a consumer, your credit score affects everything from your ability to finance a car to getting a credit card. And this extends to homeownership. The importance of your credit score when buying a...

Home prices hit a new record high in the second quarter
(CNN)Despite rising mortgage rates that dampened sales, home prices continued to climb higher in the second quarter, with many more cities seeing double-digit price gains than in the first part of...

Mortgage Rates Rocket Back Above 5%, But Market ‘Stabilizing’
| Realtor Magazine Internet Explorer does not currently support REALTOR® Magazine search. IE users, please download Firefox, Chrome, or Edge. August 11, 2022 Home buyers are having difficulty...

Double-Digit Home Price Gains in Q2 Erode Affordability Even More
Despite a slowdown in home sales, home prices continue to soar. Eighty percent of 185 major metro markets across the country posted double-digit annual price appreciation in median single-family...

Fannie, Freddie both pass 2022 stress test despite misalignment on risk rating
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the government-backed mortgage companies, would face a combined credit loss of more than $17 billion under this year's stress test scenario. Despite the losses, both...

Buying a house in New Jersey: A how-to
New Jersey offers big-city action, beach waves and everything in-between, whether you want to live across the Hudson from the Manhattan skyline or in the serenity of a quaint coastal town like Cape...

Selling a home in New Jersey
Whether you’re downsizing in the same town, retiring to the Jersey shore or planning to leave the Garden State for somewhere new, it’s a good time to sell a home in New Jersey. Data from New Jersey...

The Great Real Estate Tumble Of 2022
pm EDT|New! Click on the conversation bubble to join the conversation Got it! “A 1970s Type of Housing Market is Possible in Future” We now have a “Triple Whammy” in 2022. In addition to the stock...