An abstractor cover letter is the best way for a prospective employee to let the hiring manager know his or her ability to summarize pertinent legal or insurance details or sections of statutes or case law from reference books for purpose of examination, proof, or immediate reference. Such an individual may also search out titles to determine if the deeds are correct. All abstractor cover letters should include a reference to the applicants' training, experience, and enthusiasm for the work.
10 Vista Street
Any Place, USA 33333
March 18, 2006
Ms. Rosemary Budd,
Shoreline Title Company
462 Carver Street
Any Town, USA 99999
Dear Ms. Budd:
According to a posting I read on JobBankUSA.com, you're currently in the market for an abstractor-a knowledgeable and experience person who can summarize pertinent legal or insurance details or sections of statutes or case law from reference books for purpose of examination, proof, or immediate reference. I also have experience searching out titles to determine if the deeds are correct.
I worked with other abstractors at Grove Title Company in Northern California for three years. Now that I live near your facility I'd like to change employers and join your exceptional firm.
I would welcome meeting you in person so we could talk over your requirements for the person you hire and to give me an opportunity to show you my strengths in this field. If you are interested in speaking with me, please phone me at 978-786-9878 to arrange a time that is convenient for you. I appreciate your attention to my cover letter and resume and look forward to speaking with you soon.