The average salary for an Early-Career Title Examiner, Abstractor, or Searcher with Legal Research skills is $47,000.
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Job Description for Title Examiner, Abstractor, or Searcher
Title examiners, sometimes referred to as title abstractors or searchers, are responsible for performing searches on land titles to ensure there are no land-related restrictions that would interfere with the sale or intended use of the property. Title examiners must have excellent research skills and the ability to communicate well with clients, members of the escrow team, and underwriters. They should also be proficient in creating, delivering, and presenting reports and finding the necessary i…Read more
Title Examiner, Abstractor, or Searcher Tasks
- Search, analyze, and evaluate records on titles to land, homes, and buildings.
- May prepare leases, grants and deeds.
- Review data and submit reports.
- Verify ownership, legal description, and zoning ordinances of properties. Review data and submit reports.
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Popular Skills for Title Examiner, Abstractor, or Searcher
Legal Document Review
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