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How to become a notary signing agent

How much does a notary make per signing?

Notary Loan Signing Agents Make $75 to $200 per Appointment

Notary loan signing agents who primarily get loan signing jobs directly from escrow offices earn much more — between $125 and $200 per signing appointment. Read my blog on the differences between the two ways of getting business.

What is the difference between a signing agent and a notary?

But what’s the difference between a notary and a signing agent? Although they start on similar paths, they’re not the same thing: Notaries are there to verify identities and witness signatures while signing agents are certified to walk borrowers through specific loan-signing documents.

Do loan signing agents make good money?

As of Jun 4, 2021, the average annual pay for a Loan Signing Agent in California is $45,239 an year. Just in case you need a simple salary calculator, that works out to be approximately $21.75 an hour.

Are signing agents in demand?

Signing Agents Are in High Demand

The services of a signing agent are always in need. Home sales, refinancings, and other transactions that require a signing agent are being completed in your area every day. By becoming a signing agent, you can start taking advantage of these opportunities.

What is the best loan signing agent course?

Mark Wills’ Loan Signing System is the most comprehensive course a person can take if they want to be a successful signing agent. First let me say that I am have taken Mark Wills’ Loan Signing System Courses as well as the National Notary Association signing agent course.

Is loan signing legit?

According to the Better Business Bureau (BBB), Loan Signing System is a legit business. The business started on Feb 7, 2016. It is a Limited Liability Company (LLC), which was incorporated on Sept 22, 2017. The LLS has been accredited by BBB since July 10, 2018.

What is a certified loan signing agent?

A Certified Loan Signing Agent is a Commissioned Notary Public that either has extensive experience in the loan signing industry, which could mean working for an escrow, title, mortgage, or other companies dealing in real estate.

How do I put my notary signing agent on my resume?

Type your notary public details including the state or states where you’re licensed and the license expiration date, or the start and expiration dates on the second line down under the section title.

What are the duties of a notary signing agent?

What do Notary Signing Agents do? The responsibilities of a Notary Signing Agent generally include printing loan documents, meeting the signer and notarizing their signature, and quickly returning the documents for processing.

What industry is loan signing agent?

Financial institutions, mortgage industries, and title companies employ signing agent notaries public to notarize loan documents for a much higher fee.

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