In the notary loan signing agent industry, the nation is generally categorized into two kinds of states — escrow states and attorney states.
In an escrow state, an escrow company directs the closing of a real estate transaction. Whether that be between a buyer and seller or a lender and borrower, the escrow company oversees the proceedings of the transaction from beginning to end — including which services are outsourced to which industry professionals… including the loan document signing process and which notary loan signing agent is hired to complete that process.
In an attorney state, an attorney facilitates the real estate transaction process and either acts as the organizing neutral third party (like the escrow company in escrow states) or represents the buyer or seller. However, what mainly differentiates the attorney from the escrow company is that a large portion of the closing process is handled in-house, at the attorney’s office.
So what does that mean for notary loan signing agents?
It simply means the way you get business and build professional relationships will be different depending on which type of state you live in — meaning, there is opportunity to make money as a notary loan signing agent in an attorney state.
To learn more about attorney states as they pertain to the loan signing industry (and see the requirements and/or restrictions in your state), click on the link below to see an informational video and blog.
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