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Arizona is one of the Four Corners, and the sixth largest and 15th most populous state in the U.S. The Grand Canyon State is also headquarters to Grand Canyon Title agency, one of Fidelity National Financial’s most dynamic title brands and real estate teams. Grand Canyon Title serves the residential and commercial real estate industry, with both direct operations and agency support. Our offices are strategically located throughout this scenic desert state, and include teams that live and work in 12 offices located in: Chandler, Gilbert, Glendale, Mesa, Peoria, Phoenix, and Scottsdale respectively.

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:

Connecting The Dots
am EDT Various members of the Federal Reserve have been out in force on the speaking circuit, offering their updated assessments of inflation and the economy. Following three disappointing,...

Five Ways Public Equity’s Rebound Will Change The Industry
am EDT Nick Leopard, Founder & CEO, Accordion. The “most anticipated recession in history that hasn’t happened yet” still hasn’t happened. What’s more, it looks like the long-projected 2023-2024...

Higher Interest Rates, Inflation And Your Retirement
...now, simply because of inflation. Borrowing may also be more difficult as mortgage rates remain higher, and this remains true if you’re a business, so growth may slow slightly. And while bond...

Fed officials aren’t easing Wall Street’s nerves
Washington CNN  —  Earlier this week, some officials at the Federal Reserve said they’re no longer worried about inflation reaccelerating, after data showed that progress stalled in the first...

Analysis Fed Worries If Current Rates Are Enough to Tame Inflation Erika Morphy On the other hand, economic data released after the meeting took place suggest the economy may be slowing.
Federal Reserve officials made clear they are still worried about the still-elevated levels of inflation according to the minutes from the April 30-May 1 policy meeting of the Federal Open Market...

No, We're Not In A Recession—But Here's Why Many Americans Feel Like We Are
pm EDT Topline More than half of Americans believe that we are in a recession, according to a survey released Wednesday, the latest evidence of the dissonance between the fairly rosy economic...

First-time homebuyers aren't buying until mortgage rates drop. It could be a long wait.
...the market until interest rates drop. Prospective homeowners sit at an impasse. Mortgage rates are not particularly high, at least in a historical sense: Roughly 7.5%, on a 30-year fixed-rate...

Strong spending is obscuring an economy that isn’t working for many Americans
A version of this story first appeared in CNN Business’ Before the Bell newsletter. Not a subscriber? You can sign up right here. You can listen to an audio version of the newsletter by clicking the...

High inflation made finances worse for 65% of Americans last year
CNN  —  Inflation may have slowed last year, but it continued to deal heavy blows — some devastating — on Americans’ livelihoods: Nearly two-thirds of US adults were worse off because of it, and...

Immigrant Contributions Fuel Economic Prosperity: A Vital Pillar Of Entrepreneurship And Talent
am EDT Immigration has become the top concern for voters in this presidential election year — even above the economy and inflation, according to a recent Wall Street Journal national poll. The...