Title Examiner Careers

Career Overview

Title examiners research real estate records and examine property titles. They can also be called abstractors and real estate searchers. They also summarize important legal information from legal documents like property titles for insurance and legal purposes. They may also research and put together lists of mortgages, contracts, and other real estate documentation to assist law firms, real estate companies, or title insurance companies. Title examiners need good research skills and organizational skills. They also need the ability to communicate with real estate companies, insurance title companies, and legal firms regarding different projects they are working on.

Education Requirements

High School Diploma

Title examiners can also receive training through a vocational training center. Employers like to hire employees with some college experience or an associate’s degree. Many employers will train new employees while on the job.

Top Schools for Title Examiners:

Kaplan University
Walden University
Ashford University
Colorado Technical University
Strayer University

Career Trends

Average annual salary for title examiners in 2009: $38,700
Jobs in 2008 for title examiners: 70,000
Projected employment openings for support service technicians through 2018: 80,300

Related jobs:

Purchasing Agents, Real Estate
Insurance Claims Examiners
Licensing Examiners and Inspectors
Law Clerks

Article Reference: http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/23-2093.00

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