For a side-by-side comparison of signing service business and direct escrow business for notary loan signing agents, watch the quick informational video below!
Notary loan signing agents who receive business primarily from signing services enjoy the ease and convenience of having loan signing appointments assigned to them simply by entering their names in a database — no business networking, no sales, no marketing materials necessary to get loan signing appointments.
However, that convenience comes at a price… as notary loan signing services take a portion of the loan signing agent’s commission as a fee for finding them the appointment.
On the other hand, notary loan signing agents who receive business directly from escrow officers and other mortgage professionals get to keep the entire fee for the loan signing appointment — which is often 50%-100% MORE than what they would have received from a notary loan signing service. You also generally don’t have to print your own documents when getting direct business.
However, getting direct business requires more up front legwork of building professional relationships with escrow and mortgage industry clients in order to receive appointments.
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