Administrative Professional, Settlement Processor, Title Insurance Agent
This role requires an experienced Title Curative relying on their understanding of title underwriting standards and title insurer underwriting guidelines to determine condition of title, and insurability while considering risk and liability. The ideal candidate has a knack for providing resolutions for complex issues while providing exception service to both internal and external clients alike. **This role is located on site in Maitland, Florida** Must have 2 yrs minimum clearing residential purchase transactions
Essential Functions: •Examines title search, researches and resolves title issues and discrepancies on record •Reviews and clears title reports and/or municipal searches and judgment searches •Review and determine insurability options for title defects •Extracts data from title searches, judgments searches and title commitments into client reports •Determines solutions for clearing title issues and acts on this determination to resolve the title issue •Performs more complex functions including obtaining releases for prior liens, reviewing divorce decrees, trusts and corporate documents •Ability to accurately and concisely communicate title clearance status to internal parties, clients and other parties involved in transactions •Communicate with lienholders or attorneys to negotiate HOA liens, municipal liens or other property liens •Calculate recording costs for various documents (releases, Notices of Termination, UCC3s, etc.) •Understand and comply with regulatory requirements for recording •Timely and accurate sending of recordings to proper counties for recording via e-record and manually •Prioritize daily work to ensure Client SLA’s are met for each metric assigned during the curative process •Facilitate review, correction if needed, and delivery of completed documents to client •Monitor and respond to questions/information from client •Track and monitor status of recordings through reports to ensure rapid recording of documents •Assists in title policy retrieval and performs title clearance needed to issue replacement title policies •Performs other duties as assigned
Competencies: •Excellent oral communication skills, including ability to effectively communicate with internal staff and external customers •Detail oriented •Must be able to work under pressure and meet deadlines, while maintaining a positive attitude and providing exemplary internal and external customer service •Ability to work independently and to carry out assignments to completion within parameters of instructions given, prescribed routines, and standard accepted practices •Knowledge of basic computer programs to include Windows, Microsoft Word and Excel, Internet and Microsoft Outlook
Internal Number: TITLE01380
About Westcor Land Title Insurance Company
GET TO KNOW US#1 Independent Underwriter in the United StatesWe see title differently. We’re the largest title insurance underwriter in the United States with no direct operations. We don’t believe in competing with our agents.Not only does Westcor provide localized underwriting resources for title agents, we also bring innovative, next–generation solutions to the problems of today’s real estate. It’s just the Westcor way.We love providing cutting edge products and creative solutions for our customers to ensure their success today, tomorrow and for years to come.