Carmen Arruda

Assistant Vice President and a Regional Account Manager

About Carmen Arruda

An experienced professional in the fields of real estate, title insurance, and business management, Carmen Arruda most recently joined Fidelity National Title Group as an Assistant Vice President and a Regional Account Manager. Fidelity National offers expert title insurance and escrow services to clients throughout the United States. Together with its insurance underwriters, Fidelity National Title Group issues roughly half of the nation’s title insurance policies. Based in the company’s Bellevue Office, Carmen Arruda is active in the greater Seattle area.

Ms. Arruda’s current company responsibilities include helping clients with a wide range of real estate and title insurance transactions. Ms. Arruda holds particular expertise in areas including loan modifications, title clearing, loss mitigation and short sales, and purchases and sales agreements. Additional information about Carmen Arruda, her associates at Fidelity National Title Group, and the services they offer is available online at washington.fntic.com.

Ms. Arruda holds a Notary License and is qualified as a Real Estate Agent in Washington and California. Her academic history includes real estate courses at the Rockwell Institute, in Bellevue, and studying Economics and Business Management in Germany.

Early in her career, Carmen Arruda worked in real estate sales and served as a Loan Officer for California Financial Group. In the 1990s, she was the owner and Manager of Real Estate Company Los Angeles. Serving highly successful builders, she specialized in managing sales and marketing initiatives. Real Estate Company Los Angeles eventually achieved nearly $3 million in sales. More recently, Ms. Arruda was a title insurance Account Executive for Lawyers Title.

2014 Week-Long Challenge Through DoSomething.org

Carmen Arruda currently serves as the assistant vice president and regional account manager of Fidelity National Title Insurance Company in Bellevue, Washington. Alongside her career, Carmen Arruda focuses on becoming a person of value; she regularly seeks out ways to support her community, like working with organizations such as DoSomething.org.

DoSomething.org offers information on the Hunt, a week-long campaign to take place from August 4th through August 10th, 2014, that will provide a series of challenges to benefit the local community. The organization will unveil a new challenge for every day of the week, each of which will be created by members of DoSomething.org to improve the community by addressing such issues as discrimination, education, the environment, physical and mental health, and poverty. Participants will also compete for prizes provided by Toyota, including two $10,000 scholarships.

All of DoSomething.org's campaigns profit the community in some way, as well as providing participants with the opportunity to win scholarships and other awards. The organization supplies campaign materials such as posters, action guides, helpful tips, and continuous support.

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