Title / Settlement Clerk

Title / Settlement Clerk


Primary responsibility forassisting in title settlement operations as assigned.


  • Perform clerical duties asneeded
  • Maintain records, check dataand prepare standard department reports
  • Review documents for accuracyand completeness
  • Answer routine questions andrefer more complex cases to supervisor
  • Performing non-routine tasks asrequested
  • Perform other duties asassigned


(Decision making, size of theorganization, budgetary, etc.)

Decision Impact: Individual

Department Responsibility: None

Budgetary Responsibility: No

Direct Reports: No

Indirect Reports: No

Physical Requirements: Notapplicable


  • Minimum High School Diploma or equivalent
  • Bachelors Degree preferred


  • Related Functional Experience: Minimum of 1-3 years experience in title
  • and escrow industry
  • Knowledge of title procedures
  • Basic understanding of settlement statement, deed, and loan
  • documentation
  • Effective communication, presentation, and organization skills
  • Knowledge of real estate law preferred
  • Ability to type at least 45 WPM
  • SoftPro system experience a plus.
  • Prior Escrow/Title experience a plus.
  • Bilingual Spanish a plus.

All employees must be committed to fair and nondiscriminatory lending, in conformity with the Equal Credit Opportunity and Fair Housing acts, and to compliance with all applicable laws, regulations and company policies. Employees must act responsibly in their efforts to provide financial services to Pulte customers and to provide support to Pulte’s core purposes.

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