National Commercial Title Officer

CA - San Francisco

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Some of the basics:
  • Reviewing recorded documents, such as deeds, mortgages, trust deeds, and contracts that affect property titles.

  • Preparing reports describing any title encumbrances encountered during search activities and outlining actions needed to clear titles.

  • Obtaining maps or drawings delineating properties from title plants, county surveyor's and assessor's offices.

  • Examining documents from the Plant database related to real estate transactions.

  • Compiling and reviewing documents from the plant database to prepare

preliminary title reports.

  • Managing the workflow of Title Unit and providing technical guidance as needed.

  • Reviewing surveys.

  • Plotting easements on maps.

  • Abstracting and setting up recordings to close transactions.

Job Requirements:

2+ years of title experience

Work is a very fast-paced environment, so candidates must prioritize and have a sense of urgency while focusing on customer service.

There is a base salary, PLUS performance-based incentives. This would start as in-office, but once trained, there is potential for part-time remote for the right candidate, Primarily residential files, with 5 to 10% commercial. They will start with a zoom interview and follow up in in-person. . Company Culture: Friendly environment and personality are important.

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