Title Examiner is responsible for examining and reporting on residential/commercial real property and tax records. Performs searches on public records to determine if chain of title is free from defects. Being a Title Examiner reviews recorded real estate documents relating to ownership including deeds, mortgages, liens, power of attorney, trust documents, divorce decrees, and marriage licenses. Reviews maps and legal descriptions for property identification. Additionally, Title Examiner analyzes and prepares preliminary report and/or title commitment. Requires a high school diploma. Typically reports to a manager. The Title Examiner works under moderate supervision. Gaining or has attained full proficiency in a specific area of discipline. To be a Title Examiner typically requires 1-3 years of related experience, or may need 0 years of experience with additional specialized training and/or certification.