A Unique Collection of Resources You’ll Need, To Become a Title Clerk
If you’re detail-oriented and have an investigative way of thinking, then a career as a title clerk is an option for you.
Your job is going through records to determine, for example, researching the deed of a home. You want to make sure the property has a clean title. This is mandatory in most locations worldwide whenever property changes hands.
“It’s up to you to ensure that nothing comes back to haunt the new owner.”
You want to make sure you are thorough with your research because you understand what would happen to the new owner in the future if you didn’t do your job correctly.
Look at each search in the way a private investigator thinks. If something doesn’t look right or is suspicious, dig deeper to ensure everything is correct and legal.
The job duties may involve some of the following tasks:
- Preparing claims, bills, or orders
- Creating reports
- Collecting and recording data from customers, staff, as well as the public
- Maintaining records
- Providing accurate information
- Conducting in-depth research
- More in the resources to follow
You don’t need a high degree of education to become a title clerk, so if you’re interested, check out the job openings in your area.
To get a taste of what a career as a title clerk would be like, see if you can find a title clerk to shadow or interview. If that option is not available, see if you can volunteer for a couple of weeks before committing to this career choice.
For a complete overview of this career, have a look at the handpicked resources I have selected for you in the following sections.
How to Become a Title Clerk
Duties and Responsibilities
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