A title processor helps buyers research and submit applications for real estate title insurance during the sale or purchase of a property. They mainly obtain and research necessary documentation such as public title records, examine and verify their accuracy, submit title applications, ensure filing is compliant with local, state, and federal regulations, and monitor the progress of applications to receive a clear title. A title processor may work with mortgage loan underwriters to clear any conditions if discrepancies are found and with settlement agents to produce packages and closing statements. Title processors typically work full time at a title company, mortgage company, or lending institutions such as a bank or credit union.
Our company is rapidly growing, and we are seeking an experienced title processor to join our team. You will assist buyers and the title team in making sure the title application is prepared and submitted correctly, and work with the team to resolve any issues or discrepancies to produce a clear title. The ideal candidate will have some experience working in title insurance, mortgage lending, or real estate transactions, with a keen eye for detail and outstanding research and customer service skills. If this sounds like you, start your application today!
Title Processor responsibilities
Research and verify the accuracy of documentation such as property title records, property ownership, public records, deeds, leases, surveys, contracts, and agreements needed to produce a clear title
Enter and submit title and loan documents into software programs to track applicant’s progress
Liaise with pre-processor to be sure all items are complete, settlement processor or paralegal to ensure all settlement figures are correct, and with the post-closing agent to ensure the transaction is recorded and any outstanding issues are resolved
Work with title examiner and underwriter to prepare title insurance policy and binders and title commitments, and with loan closer to prepare HUD-1 real estate settlement statements
Ensure all closing instructions are followed as per the closing package, and coordinate with loan officer, mortgage loan processor, and underwriter to be sure all underwriting commitments have been satisfied
Aid title officers with administrative assistant essential duties, including clerical and data entry support
Title Processor qualifications
High school diploma or equivalent is required, some college preferred
Notary public certification is not required but is an asset
1-3 years of experience with real estate transactions, title processing, title company pre-processor, or as a mortgage loan processor is desired
Superb research, communications, customer service, and analysis skills are desired
Computer proficient with numerous programs including MS Office is needed
Title Processor compensation
$42,524 (National Average)
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