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Fidelity National Financial, Inc. Message Board

  • ddgfsm ddgfsm Dec 27, 2005 10:52 AM Flag

    quick question for you guys.......

    Fidelity Nat'l just anounced they will buy SedgwickCMS in Memphis, TN. I was wondering if anyone here knew about that deal before today and if you did , when and how? Everyone at SedgwickCMS just learned about it this morning. THX

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    • Hey, it is when it's $2 to $5 million dollar deals a year. Most of the deals were $500,000 until recently. I am not bubble head.

    • >>>>>>>I use FNF for my property sales title transactions. What do you mean "bleed" them for info? I mostly use the local Old Republic office for property profiles (document histories) and also give them one or two title policy purchases annually. I pay very well.
      P.S. Why are you so negative about my posts today? Are you an impostor poster of the real mamtitle? >>>>>>

      I can gurantee you I am mamtitle.
      I think you doeth protesth too much........
      If you give any title company 2 policy's a year ,
      that really is not alot .
      is it???

    • seagoat why are responding to my response to bubble???

      thats post #13491....???

      so you are bubble???

    • I use FNF for my property sales title transactions. What do you mean "bleed" them for info? I mostly use the local Old Republic office for property profiles (document histories) and also give them one or two title policy purchases annually. I pay very well.

      P.S. Why are you so negative about my posts today? Are you an impostor poster of the real mamtitle?

    • >>>>I use title companies & RE data all the time, and Chicago Title and Fidelity are among the weakest IMO for service in the commercial/land end of the business in my market. >>>>>

      I see you use the term 'RE' data.
      what does that mean you do not give title and escrows to FNF you just bleed them for 'info' over the phone???

      the key word you mention is """"use""".

      use is significant....

      Bubble,

      are you aware that company title customer service exists at the county level??

      so if you transact in the 3 states you mention, ca., az., and nv. you deal with title company's on a county by county basis??

      I doubt you know that much,

      so to generalize on company's CS (customer service) is not really applicable.

      If you truly gave title and escrow business to FNF or CTC you would also have a local FNF or CTC sales rep that would run interference for you to make sure you get service = to the title and escrow fees your """""alleged"""" title and escrow would generate.

      So,

      You get poor service that means you give no title and escrow fees.

      Right??

      that's what I figured........

    • very well said, fnis ......

    • Bub Bub, it looks like most of your long picks here performed very nicely over the last two months. Unfortunately, the one I happen to own, MSFT, didn't!

    • Invested in FNF in 1999 and it has been a 7 bagger for me. 2 of those "bags" have been from dividends (i.e. for every $1 invested I have received more than $2 in dividends). Top management is still in place and the company still has plenty of room to grow its market cap.

      bubble, why would anyone follow your "advice?"

    • Thank you for the offer but my finances do not need saving. A lot of people make good money on short term speculation and trading. A lot of other people make a lot of money by shorting stocks. You do both and I wish you the best of luck. I invest for long term and retirement. I could care less what this stock has done since November. However I will tell you that since I bought FNF (and sold out last year) I made a damn good return.

      Again, good luck to you, but your advice and senseless ramblings are still just farts in the wind.

    • Now THAT is the most honest thing you have ever said here. You got my rec.

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