Job Description: Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 7 - 10+ years experience required; Escrow Officer experience is a plus. Escrow Assistant Prior to Closing: Order payoffs and final utilities for files; verify payoffs match title commitments. Handle all file requirements prior to closing, including but not limited to liens, judgments, and bankruptcy requirements Obtain most past and present tax information; ensure current taxes have not been paid. Order and follow-up on HOA letters, bylaws, financials, and irrigation. Obtain commission information on the real estate agents involved in the transaction. Disburse files and verify receipt and accuracy of wires. Prepare Power of Attorneys and Quit Claim Deeds when necessary. Maintain communication with the Escrow Officer regarding status of the file. Handle walk-ins or phone calls when Escrow Officer is unavailable. Help other assistants and fill in as receptionist as needed.
Closing Assist with entering figures from lender. Assist with printing documents for closing. Print checks for closing. Assist with faxing figures to lenders/Realtors.
After Closing Clean out file for shipping of loan package, recordings, follow-up on any money held in escrow, etc. Prepare closed out file for scanning. We are an equal employment opportunity employer and will consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age (40 and over), gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability or any other protected classification under federal and state law. , , , If you have Bankruptcy experience that is a plus Associated topics: closer, closing, closing agent, closing coordinator, escrow, escrow assistant, escrow closer, escrow officer, title, title agent
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