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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:

Here's a big reason why people may be gloomy about the economy: the cost of money
...price index measured housing prices by tracking monthly mortgage payments. "So when mortgage rates went up, the CPI went up," Summers said. Today's CPI measures housing costs differently, by...

When is the best time to hire a financial advisor?
Despite positive economic indicators — like near-record low unemployment and healthy job growth — many Americans still grapple with financial worry.  More than half (56 percent) of Americans in the...

3 ‘Bond Proxy’ Dividends That Will Soar As Rates Plunge
Click to save this article.You'll be asked to sign into your Forbes account.Got itFeb 28, 2024,07:59am EST You know what we’re gonna do about that hot January inflation print that dropped a couple...

How China Is Tantalizing – And Maddening – FX Traders Everywhere
...prime rate to 3.95% from 4.2% to support a flagging housing market. “The cut is clearly intended to boost the faltering property markets,” says economist Ting Lu at Nomura Holdings. “Beijing...

The M&A Frenzy Of 2024 Is Just Getting Started
Click to save this article.You'll be asked to sign into your Forbes account.Got itFeb 28, 2024,07:00am EST There has been a flurry of major merger and acquisition announcements, signaling that...

Hong Kong scraps decade-old property restrictions to boost flagging economy
...consumption fizzled out within months after its reopening. Other than a sluggish housing market, Hong Kong is also grappling with a record exodus of talent and a battered stock market, both...

US consumer confidence soured in February for the first time in three months
Washington, DC CNN  —  Americans’ attitudes toward the economy soured in February after a three-month streak of improving moods, according to The Conference...

Could A Recession Be Necessary To Fix Inflation?
Click to save this article.You'll be asked to sign into your Forbes account.Got itFeb 27, 2024,08:00am EST Ivan Illan is Chief Investment Officer at AWAIM® and bestselling author of Success as a...

The Most Powerful Question An Entrepreneur Can Ask
Click to save this article.You'll be asked to sign into your Forbes account.Got itFeb 27, 2024,07:45am EST Founder and CEO of Fintrepid Solutions, an award-winning firm delivering customized...

Why The Federal Reserve Must Cut Interest Rates At Its Next Meeting
The Federal Reserve Open Market Committee meets again in three weeks, and the focus will be on whether the central...