Matt working on title research project

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Matt working on title research project

By: Rebekah Bjork | May 21, 2015

Matt is volunteering for the Facilities/Risk management department as a Legal Researcher for Diane Adams-Graf. He is working with register of deeds records and investigating federal and state easements and restrictions as they relate to the Society's 13 properties throughout the State of Minnesota. Matt utilizes the skills and knowledge he gained as a real estate developer to help him efficiently to find and read documents needed for the research. We are fortunate that Matt brings to us his experience working with Housing Projects in the metro area.

Matt Crellin working on title research project