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Texas, the Lone Star State, is the second largest state in the US by both area and population. Its major and most notable cities, Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston, are home to one of Fidelity National Title Group’s most dynamic title operations, FNT Texas. The area commonly referred to as DFW, is historically known for its cotton and oil industries. And Houston, a major hub for big business, are what make Texas strong industrial and financial center, it is.

Our Texas-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 Texas, we provide commercial services to investors who help keep the Texas 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:

New $8.86-Million Cliffside Home Surfaces In Santa Barbara As Demand Soars
A newly built home straddling a cliff along the Santa Barbara coastline has hit the market for $8.855 million . The two-story home, which combines Traditional and Craftsman design elements, is the...

U.S. new-home sales rise more than forecast after winter setback
U.S. new-home sales rebounded sharply in March to the highest since 2006, suggesting that the housing market is back on track after winter storms impeded demand in February. Purchases of new...

Covid’s Impact On Housing: What States Are Getting Hit The Hardest And How To Prepare
While more than half of U.S. homeowners have experienced double-digit percentage increases in their home equity—the current market value minus the current mortgage balance—in the fourth quarter, some...

Mortgage and Refinance Rates Today, April 23, 2021 – Rates still low
Mortgage interest rates moved in different directions this week. Keep reading for a breakdown of how each loan term moved. Rates accurate as of April 23, 2021. The rates listed here are averages...

Home prices hit a new record, because there simply aren't enough houses for the crush of buyers
Home prices are setting new records as buyers scramble for an accepted offer amid a continuing inventory crunch. Is working from home the new normal? The median sale price was a record high...

Friday Rebound: Early Strength Seen Amid Earnings Avalanche After Tax Fears Bite Market
Key Takeaways: Honeywell, Intel INTC , and American Express AXP all under pressure following earnings reports New home sales among key data to watch later this morning, with big gain seen ...

The world is waking up to the climate crisis. Just look at Wall Street
London (CNN Business)President Joe Biden kicked off a virtual climate summit on Thursday with a pledge to slash US greenhouse gas emissions by up to 52% below 2005 levels by the end of the...

Mortgage interest rates today
Here's what you need to know to lock in the best rate possible for that home loan. In response to market volatility at the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Federal Reserve cut its...

East Coast, Chicago Will Face Steepest Housing Recovery Post-COVID
The pandemic still looms large and may pose a threat to the progress made so far, and by extension could affect home sales and prices. States across...

Current mortgage rate for April 23, 2021: Major rates varied
Today, mortgage rates were varied. If you haven't locked yet, see how your payments might be affected. Mortgage rates had no specific trajectory today. Average 15-year fixed mortgage rates...