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The Golden State of California is the most populous and third largest state in the United States. It is home to over 39 million residents, with the two major cities of Los Angeles and San Diego, and eight metropolitan areas, this region stretches from San Luis Obispo County to the U.S.-Mexican border, and from the Pacific Ocean to the Nevada-Arizona border. A major hub for entertainment, big business and tourism, California features some of the most highly coveted coastal homes and dynamic properties in the world.

California is also home to Fidelity National Title Ventura, one of Fidelity National Financial’s most dynamic title brands and real estate teams. Fidelity National Title Ventura serves the residential and commercial real estate industry in California. Our offices are strategically located throughout Ventura County, and includes teams that live and work in 3 offices located in: Oxnard, Ventura and Westlake Village. Our California-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 California, 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:

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Latest mortgage news: Rates keep falling — at least for now
In a bit of hopeful news for the housing market, mortgage rates continue to pull back. The average rate on 30-year mortgages fell to 6.27 percent this week from 6.3 percent the previous week...

How much is an FHA loan down payment?
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Sell your home fast in California
...read on for everything you need to know about the current California housing market. How fast can you typically sell your house in California? At the end of 2022, the median number of days...

Buying a house in California
...peace and tranquility in the northernmost corners of the state. However, the housing market in California can feel daunting. The median price tag of a home here was more than $774,000 at the...

Housing A Headwind, Not A Hurricane
...no further for evidence of a weakening U.S. economy than the housing market. As a leading economic indicator for housing, we focus on housing permits – authorizations to build new homes. Permits...

Here Are Mortgage Rates for Feb. 8, 2023: Rates Climb
This week, a handful of major mortgage rates ticked up. As interest rates surge, it's getting more expensive to buy a house. Written by A variety of notable mortgage rates moved higher over...

Want your tax refund faster? Here's what to do
...to have your refund deposited onto a prepaid debit card. But the FDIC urges filers to “read the fine print and make sure you know how to deposit money onto the card and any fees involved. Cards...

State of the Union 2023 live updates: Biden to push for bipartisanship, Democratic priorities
...ll likely leave out a litany of trouble spots, including a slumping housing market, a monthslong manufacturing downturn and elevated recession risk this year. Meanwhile, inflation is still high...

Why Direct Deposit Is So Important When You File Your Tax Return - CNET
...first, and most obvious, is to open a new bank account. The FDIC's GetBanked page includes a banking locator service and info to help you review and choose a bank. If you prefer a nonprofit...