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AppleOneOrlando, FL
$70,000 a year
  • Are you looking for a role as a Title Examiner?
  • Do you have previous experience as a Title Examiner?
  • This could be the position for you.
  • Job Summary:o Candidate will search public records and examine title to determine legal condition of the property and will examine copies of records, such as deeds, mortgages, liens, judgments, plat and map books to determine ownership, encumbrances and to verify legal description of the property.
  • :o Candidate should be able to determine the impact of any recorded instrument in the chain of title.
  • o Candidate should be able to identify any title curative issues required such as any senior interest, FTL, judgments, tax issues, etc?
  • o Data entry of the results of the examination into the company's various proprietary platforms.
  • o Assists in gathering information, reviewing and clearing discrepancies on title.
  • o Must be able to multi-task and work many files simultaneouslyRequirements:o Title processing experience in Florida experience a plus.
  • o A minimum of 3-5 years experience preferred in Abstracting and/or Title Examination or a minimum of 1-2 years Curative work*.
  • o Experience reviewing chain of title particularly as it relates to the foreclosure process.
  • o Highly developed skill in analyzing, interpreting and assimilating complex information from sources ranging from sophisticated electronic systems to handwritten recordso Must be comfortable working with high volume account and very task driven, dedicated and be able to communicate well with othersApply Today!
  • AppleOne is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.
  • Pursuant to applicable state and municipal Fair Chance Laws and Ordinances, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

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