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[-] Moonlighting as a Title Examiner - Scott Kretsch/AR (7 replies)
7/1/2022 10:24:32 AM (1268 views)

Hello everyone.  I currently work for a title company in AR, and am licensed (title insurance - not abstractor).  I would like to do some examining on the side, but don't want it to be a conflict of interest with my employer; don't want to get in trouble.   Also, I'm spoiled by having access to a killer title plant at work, along with other helpful documents and tools.  But even if I can do work on the side without it being a conflict of interest, I wouldn't have access to our title plant (I assume).   How do examiners search without access to a title plant?  Do they access records via the county's public records website?  I've heard those records are often disorganized, unreliable and only go back 20-25 years.  I don't know I've never search using the clerk's website; much less go in to the clerk's office and search.  I know I would need E&O Insurance. 

I guess I'm looking for some sound advice and tips as to how to proceed carving out a viable side business as a title examiner.  Thanks.  

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