The difference between a regular notary public and a loan signing agent is a big one…
A regular notary public simply witnesses signatures and charges for their services based on single signature witnesses.
A loan signing agent is a notary public who witnesses signatures and knows how to walk a borrower through the set of loan documents that secured their mortgage transaction.
Walking a borrower through the closing process involves the notarization of signatures, answering questions about various documents, and ensuring all necessary dates, initials, and forms are filled out correctly — this unique and valuable skill is what earns notary loan signing agents $75-$200 per appointment.
Watch a quick video blog below to learn more about what a notary loan signing agent is, what they do, and why they have the potential to make thousands of extra dollars each month!
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