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Notary Loan Signing Agent Certification
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- What Is a Notary Public & How To Become One In Your State
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- A Notary Public is a public servant appointed and commissioned by the state to witness the executing of documents
and administer oaths. Notaries can charge a fee per signature (maximum fee mandated by the state),
as well as charging a fee for mobile services and loan signing services. Mobile Notaries have been
a recognized profession for many years, providing a valuable service to those who can�t go to a Notary,
or just want the convenience of having the Notary come to them. In relatively recent years, the loan and real estate
industries have developed a need for Notary loan signing agents, who guide a borrower through the process
of signing a loan package, as well as witnessing and notarizing the documents.
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Summary of California Notary Handbook.
- What is a Mobile Notary Loan Signing Agent & How To Become One
- Notary loan signing agents have a dual role:
1. As a signing agent
they guide a borrower through
the process of signing a loan package, and help them to understand what they are signing in
general terms. They make sure each document is executed (signed) properly. Not all signed documents in a loan
package need to be notarized.
2. As a Notary Public they first verify the identification of
each signer, witness the signing, and then properly notarize the documents that need notarizations.
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Loan Signing Agent.
- Required Training and Optional Training
To become a Notary Public - Most states require mandatory training or coursework, as well as a state-administered
exam with a passing grade in order to receive a Notary Public commission. Go to the
state page to check the training requirements of your state.
To become a Notary Loan Signing Agent - At the present time there is no mandated training to become a loan signing agent.
If you are a commissioned Notary, you can notarize loan documents just as well as you can
notarize any other documents. However, without some kind of training you wouldn't get very
far in the industry. It's a very exacting and fast-paced environment. Mistakes are costly and won't be
tolerated. Becoming a certified loan signing agent assures your potential clients that you are professionally
trained and ready to work.
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- Notary Links & Resources
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