As a real estate technician you are an investor who is able to handle literally every facet of a real estate transaction. You're much more than a regular investor because *you've acquired knowledge and skills to search titles, draft deeds, prepare assumption packets, do some legal research, negotiate with sellers and buyers, and many other technical skills.*

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As a real estate technician you are an investor who is able to handle literally every facet of a real estate transaction. You're much more than a regular investor because you've acquired knowledge and skills to search titles, draft deeds, prepare assumption packets, do some legal research, negotiate with sellers and buyers, and many other technical skills. 

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Technical Investor Forum: For serious property investors who like to do much of his or her own real estate legal work, without using an attorney or title company.This information won't just save you money, it will give you more control over your deals. For example, if an outrageously lucrative deal needs to be closed in 24 hours, you'll have the knowledge to safely close without having to wait for your attorney or title company. Even if you want to continue using your attorney or title company, you will be able to prep many of your documents saving hundreds of dollars. http://www.arizonablackrealestateinvestorsassociation.com/What-Is-A-Real-Estate-Technician.html
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A Real Estate Technician or Technical Investor is someone who understands the legal documents and flow of paperwork that accompanies a real estate transfer, or more technically, a conveyance. 

There are many types of transfers: Legal title, equitable title, a real estate interest like an option, a leasehold transfer, assignment (transfer) of note or some other contractual interest. A real estate technician also has the knowledge to draft basic real estate documents like deeds, notes, assignments, options, and a host of other documents. 

The technician will use his own research and the aid of various legal form software to handle his documents, but he always is smart enough to have a knowledgeable lawyers or title company professional to review his work, especially in the early phases of his experience.

Another skill a technician should be able to employ is title searching. When buying and selling distressed properties, being able to quickly and thoroughly check out a title is critical. If you come upon a fantastic deal, you should have the knowledge and checklist for checking to make sure the title is as the seller has represented it. Of all the different phases of being a technician, this area is the one that probably requires the most knowledge and double-checking. If you misinterpret the title search or just plain miss a lien, it can get ugly. 
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