Title Clerk Resume
The working activities of a Title Clerk include examining and analyzing leases and contracts in order to ensure conformity to strict rules, preparing correspondence and various records used to transmit leases and reviewing titles in order to determine the nature of testimonial documents. Among the responsibilities mentioned above, Title Clerks have to collaborate with the personnel of the company in order to obtain various testimonial documents and to prepare and transmit documents to the appropriate people in order to meet title requirements. These skilled professionals are also responsible for verifying computations of rentals or fees, for preparing purchase data sheets and for resolving issues regarding various contracts.
The first elements you have to add when you write your Title Clerk Resume are the personal information section where you are required to add your full name, address and telephone number. In the next section of your Resume you can add a short introduction summary where you can present what the Title Clerk position means for you and what skills you have to obtain it. Then, you have to talk about your qualifications summary and your objective statement. In the qualifications summary add a four or five sentences on the main skills you possess as a Title Clerk. Your objective statement can be one or two sentences where you talk about what type of job position you are seeking for and what skills you have to obtain it.
The following section of your Title Clerk Resume has to present information on your professional work experience. You have to know that your work experience has to start from the most current job position you held until your last in the field. Your work history has to contain as many details as possibly on the jobs you held, the companies you worked for and the period of employment. The last section of your Title Clerk Resume has to offer the employer information on your educational background. This section has to be listed chronologically starting with the most recent degree you obtained.
Title Clerks need to possess knowledge of the materials, tools and methods used in the field.
Name: Daniel Smith
Address: 479 Pike Street
Marital Status: Married
Birth date: 19.02.1976
From my experience I can state that Title Clerks are responsible for procuring testimonial documents used to remove the restrictions that affect the title of landowners to a property.
Looking to obtain a rewarding and challenging position as a Title Clerk in a growth-oriented firm where I can utilize my strong analytical skills and my ability to read and interpret the documents used in the field
Hard-working and dynamic Title Clerk with eight years of experience in procuring testimonial documents used to remove the restrictions that affect the title of landowners to a property; with knowledge of the tools and methods used in the mortgage industry
Skills and qualifications
- Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills used to collaborate in an efficient manner with buyers, sellers or contractors
- Strong knowledge of the policies, methods, tools and rules in the mortgage industry
- Solid knowledge of a various real estate and property documents
Title Clerk, Wyndham Worldwide, Orlando, FL, 2006 - present
Duties and responsibilities
- Examined and analyzed leases and contracts in order to ensure their conformity to strict rules
- Prepared correspondence and various records used to transmit leases
- Reviewed titles in order to determine the nature of testimonial documents
- Collaborated with the personnel of the company in order to obtain various testimonial documents
Duties and responsibilities
- Prepared and transmitted documents to the appropriate people in order to meet title requirements
- Responsible for verifying computations of rentals or fees
- Prepared purchase data sheets
- Resolved issues regarding various contracts
Bachelor's Degree in Real Estate and Banking, University of Georgia
Achievements and affiliations
Member of the American Association of Real Estate Professionals since 2007
Areas of interest
References available upon request