Books and Training for Real Estate Title
Search Abstractors, Title Examiners and Court Record Searchers
Even the most highly trained and skillful real estate
title search abstractor needs to stay on top of changes in technology
and title search law. Successful title search abstractors that we know,
never miss an opportunity to learn more about real estate title search
and title abstracting.
Some of these books are rare and may not be available at the time you
are reading this. When you find what you want you should add it to your
library while you still can.
Instructions for Preparing Abstracts of Titles,
Abstracts of Titles have long been the subject of complaint, not
less on the account of the confused and ambiguous legal description
which the material parts of the deeds and instruments
are commonly stated.
Well-trained abstractors are in demand in the real
estate industry. The many affinity businesses surrounding real
estate transfer continue to grow and prosper regardless of economic
shifts or alterations. Any career whose stability centers on the
continued transfer of real property will expand providing solid,
stable opportunities to those who obtain the training necessary to
remain an integral part of the real estate title search process.
A "must" for anyone doing courthouse
research either in person, online or with microfilm. Over 30 index
illustrations from courthouses, with easy step-by-step explanations
on how to use the records to conduct real estate title search,
genealogic searches and more.
Guide to reconciling the requirement for
legal accuracy in the landman's activities including conduct of the
title examination, ownership and transfer of title to oil and gas
and curing real estate title defects.
The difficult task of real estate
boundary retracement begins with three substantial steps: recovering
real estate records, determining the significance of those records,
and applying the findings to conditions on the ground.
Interpreting real estate Records thoroughly details everything title
abstractors need to know to formulate sound, defendable opinions,
including how courts interpret ambiguous words and conflicts between
words in documents, and between those words and items outside the
Good basic introduction to initial
property research in U.S. Describes various historical types of real
estate transfers by state and Federal government. Includes British,
French, and Spanish transfers prior to acquisition by U.S.
to prepare for the Senior Title Examiner
exam. Provides test-taking information, basic knowledge and hundreds
of practice questions with answers to drill the student in the basic
skills common to real estate title search examiners.
The genealogist trying to locate families, the
surveyor or attorney researching old deeds, or the historian seeking
data on real estate settlement will find Pennsylvania Land Records
an indispensable aid.