She got started doing foreclosures early on as real estate was always very fun and interesting to her, then worked as a title officer, an escrow officer, was a loan funder, and a notary public for many years.
What does TO stand for?
TO stands for Title Officer
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Brent Lee, for example, spent six weeks searching for a new job after he was laid off in early October from his job as a title officer with a local firm.
She has worked as an escrow secretary, title officer, loan officer, real estate broker, collections agent, insurance agent, meter reader and Mary Kay cosmetics saleswoman.
FinCEN correctly states in the ANPRM that a typical commercial real estate transaction involves a number of participants, including real estate brokers, lawyers (sometimes several firms) representing each of the parties, the financing entity, the title insurer, and the escrow agent Other parties include surveyors, title officers, inspectors, accountants, contractors, architects, appraisers, and engineers, most of whom seldom, if ever, are involved in the flow of funds at a closing.
By use of a power of attorney, a title officer can sign the document and send it to the county recorder's office for quicker recording.