An Escrow Assistant assists escrow agents and typically works for companies and banks that hold money, property, a deed, or a bond put in custody of third parties for delivery to a grantee only after the fulfillment of certain specified conditions established in a written agreement. His job entails handling details of clerical and administrative duties, supporting the escrow process and ensures that all the details held by the institution or agents are in order.

Escrow Assistant Resume Template

Kirsten Folgers

34 East Aqua St.

Detroit, Michigan 6539

Phone: (239)756-7648


To obtain a challenging and rewarding position as a Escrow Assistant in a reputable company

Summary of Qualifications:

  • Excellent abilities in communications and writing
  • In depth knowledge of escrow procedures
  • Good rapport and correspondence with clients
  • Have a keen eye for details, task focused
  • Strong Team orientation
  • Possesses service oriented
  • Fully understands confidentiality rule
  • Ability to maintain good rapport to all clients
  • Flexible and multitasking

Career Experiences:

2008-2011: Escrow Assistant: Detroit First Co.; Detroit, Michigan

  • Responsible in closing real estate transactions, title analysis and drafting
  • Responsible of managing funds of trust account
  • Opening new orders, signing, clearing title with clients
  • Maintaining files, providing service to clients
  • Organizing paperwork and creating correspondence
  • Interact directly to customers and offer advice

2004-2007: Escrow Assistant: Harrows Inc.; Detroit, Michigan

  • Responsible for clerical task such as gathering information and handling fund
  • Mainly responsible for opening, maintaining and closing escrow accounts
  • Maintaining files and good rapport to clients
  • Providing administrative support to escrow officer
  • Responsible in looking after the clients’ fund and property hold by the company
  • Keeps all documents and financial statements confidential

Education: 2000-2004: Bachelor of Science in Economics; University of Detroit, Michigan

Professional references would be furnished upon request