Notary Signing Agents ease mortgage closings for the finance industry. Before starting as one, you must be certified as a Notary Public.
First, let’s understand various titles a Notary Signing Agent is referred to as:
- Loan Doc Specialist
- Certified Loan Signing Agent
- Notary Signing Agent
- Loan Signing Specialist
- Loan Signing Agent
- Notary Public Signing Agent
All the titles mentioned before mean the same: Notary Signing Agent.
If you want to learn how to earn income from your Notary Public Commission, this is the correct path. Our Loan Signing Agent Workshop is hands on training and not theological ideas like other courses. Make no mistake, and this is not a get-rich-quick career. Although many of our students have created profitable Loan Signing Businesses, you will have to practice what you learn here.
What are the qualifications to become a loan signing agent?
- Have active notary commission (must meet state requirements and pass a background check)
- Take a loan signing agent training course.
What Can You Expect from This Class?
You will learn:
State notary laws
Where to get signings
How to notarize
Signing Agent Certification
Online notary training
Who needs a loan signing agent?
Loan signing agents are needed by title companies, signing services, real estate companies to handle loan documents for their clients.
Make Money With Your Notary Commission
Loan Signing Agent Duties
A signing agent has various duties. However, the primary purpose is to witness signatures, capture initials, provide packaging, and notarize documents requiring them. An average of 60-200 plus documents inside a loan package require a signing agent. And that’s where you come in. Check our our loan signing course today by clicking here.