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Title Officers work in the real estate industry and are responsible for making sure properties are free of obstacles that could jeopardize a sale. Resume samples for Title Officer highlight duties like verifying title conditions, reporting findings to buyers, recommending title insurance, inspecting properties, and collecting property information. Those interested in a Title Officer career should be able to demonstrate the following skills in their resumes: detail orientation, strong communication and interpersonal skills, problem solving, knowledge of title insurance requirements and other real estate procedures, and confidentiality. Title agent licensure may be required in some states.

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Commercial Title Officer

Served as a subject matter expert on questions related to land and building of commercial property for leading companies such as Home Depot, Costco, Wal-Mart, and Target. Reviewed and approved easements, declarations, maps, property surveys, and leases. Managed service level agreements. Worked with attorneys to answer questions and advance the progress of closings. Ensured ultimate efficiency of opening and closing of sale and refinance transactions.

  • Spearheaded management and underwriting for real estate transactions worth $100M.
  • Improved turnaround time from 5-7 days to 1-2 days by effectively directing operations.
  • Closed 2,500+ transactions per month with a monthly income of $700K ($8.4M annually).
Candidate Info
10
years in
workforce
10
years
at this job
2

Title Officer

Expedient compilation of varies title commitments ranging from residential transactions to complicated commercial transactions for all New York counties.

  • Survey readings and description plotting.
  • Review and analyze real estate related documents, bankruptcy and estate proceedings.
  • Prepare zoning lot certifications.
  • Assist clients and clearance counsel with title issues.
Candidate Info
8
years in
workforce
3
years
at this job
C
Certificate
3

Commercial Title Officer

  • Responsible for title, escrow and underwriting of title insurance policies and guarantees for commercial, leasehold, new subdivisions and special project real estate transactions nationwide.
  • Conduct title searches and coordinate closings and transactions regarding mineral rights including coal, oil and gas, timber, windfarm, water, hydro-electric and geothermal projects, and right of way conveyances, including lease, land contract and agreement analysis.
  • Analyze and interpret GIS, topographical, contour, survey and tax assessment maps to ensure compliance within scope of respective projects.
  • Analyze and interpret commercial leases, and work to secure necessary estoppels, agreements, consents, etc as deemed necessary.
  • Advise lenders, clients and/or their attorneys on title matters, respond to title objections, prepare proforma policies and assist with preparation and execution of tax and closing documentation.
  • Regularly deal with title and escrow matters regarding corporate mergers, fairway transactions for LLC's and partnerships, mezzanine financing and UCC filings.
Candidate Info
4
years in
workforce
3
years
at this job
BA
Psychology
4

Relief Title Officer/ Title Secretary

  • Assisted title officers by abstracting documents, opening orders, closing orders, and recording documents.
  • Heavy phone responsibilities and data entry.
  • Ensuring the real estate and title needs of customers were met quickly and efficiently.
Candidate Info
22
years in
workforce
20
years
at this job
HS
High School Diploma

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