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Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Reverse Mortgage Loan Signings

As of lately there has been a surge of reverse mortgage loan signings. These signings deserve exta care due to the type of client that is requesting this type of mortgage. Most borrowers opting for a reverse mortgage are mature in age. They need or would like to live with out paying bills out of their pocket. By choosing a reverse mortgage they have the bank pay them, opposed to them paying the bank. This is a fantastic choice for most elderly borrowers, as long as their home is payed off.

The loan signing is slightly different in nature, but the most important aspect for the Notary to remember that the client needs more time. Be prepared to spend more time with the client. Reverse mortgage signings take more time and need to be handled with the utmost care.

There has been a rush of revese mortgage signings in the area as of lately. And from my understanding the laws are changing in regards to these types of mortgages. I would advise looking into the new regulations for your reverse mortgage for exact details or asking your mortgage excective for more information.

When in need for a Signing Service that knows how to get all types of Notarial work done, don't trust the BEST! We specialize in the Notarization of all types of legal, medical, financial, insurance and loan documentation. We come to your office, residence, hospital, retirement home/nursing home, airport, jail/prison or anywhere you need assistance.

Monday, January 18, 2010

National Loan Signing Services

As the Real Estate market slowly picks up, so does the need for quality, Loan Signing Agents. It is important that your Notary Signing Agent knows how to prepare the mortgage documents. Signing Agents should have a high speed, high quality laser printer to print out real estate documents efficiently.

When looking for a signing agent look for experience, reliability, flexibility, and professionalism. Loan documents have time constraints and expiration dates. You want to make sure that the Notary that takes care of your documents is precise and knowledgeable. Any error on the part of a Notary can cost you the interest rate you were quoted.

Don't leave one of your most valued possessions in the hands of an inexperienced Notary. Our Loan Signing Agents are required to pass a comprehensive exam, must have 2 or more years of loan signing experience (a minimum of 4 signings a month), $100K E&O insurance, and a dual legal/letter size laser printer.

Before documents are shipped next day air they are pre screened by one of our associates to ensure all documents are completed correct the FIRST time around. In the business of loan signings there ISN'T room for errors. Although our Notaries are top notch, human error can occur, but with our staff triple checking work we can stand behind our work 100%.

Downtown Los Angeles Traveling Notary Services

As of lately I have heard that it is gotten harder to come across a reliable, efficient, professional notary public. Even worse, it seems near impossible to get a Notary that comes to you on YOUR terms.

If you search the web there are thousands and thousands of choices when it comes to a Notary Public. It can get tedious to know just who is the right choice. By law Notaries are required to pass a state exam, an FBI and Department of Justice background check. What you might not know is that the state exam doesn't help many Notaries with real life notary work. Most don't do Notaries on a regular basis. Most Notaries I have come across it seems that they do the Notary job as a side job. This means that they aren't flexible and can only do signings on "their" time.

Since you do have the choice. Why not choose wisely? Choose a Notary Service that comes to you. That does things on your terms. When do you need a traveling Notary or a notary signing agent? Where? Leave the worrying to the professionals. Give us a call, and leave the rest to us. We are so confident that we GUARANTEE our Notarial work.

Monday, December 28, 2009

What is a Loan Signing Agent?

A lot of people have asked me what the difference is between a Notary and a Loan Signing Agent. It is quite simple. A Loan Signing Agent is trained to Notarize Mortgage Documents. When your having the single most important piece of papers signed you need to make sure they are completed correctly. If done incorrectly it can hold up your finances, you may even have to go through the entire process again. A lot of times loans expire and are time sensitive. YOU have the right to choose who you want as your Loan Signing Agent. Making sure to pick a Notary that is Certified to oversee documents is very important. Sometimes the Loan Signing Agent is the only person you will see the entire time you are going through a refinance, reverse mortgage etc.

An escrow office or Mortgage broker can always have a reliable Loan Signing Agent come to your home or office to sign paperwork. But you may feel more comfortable finding your own Signing Agent. This can make the loan process a bit less tedious.

So when in need of a fast, reliable and knowledgeable Loan Signing Service...that GUARANTEES its work look no further. Call 866.222.2995 or visit our website You deserve a painless and enjoyable Signing experience.

Monday, December 21, 2009

Top Questions to ask Mobile Notary Services

Before you call a Notary service be sure your documents are legal. The only way to make sure your documents are legit is to have an attorney draw up your documents. Just because your documents get Notarized, does NOT mean they are up to par. The Notary is only acknowledging who you are, NOT that the documents are valid. This is an issue that comes up quite often with clients. It is very important to have an attorney prepare your documents and give you any legal advise you need. A Notary is NOT an attorney and can't give you legal advise of any kind. This is a common misconception.

After you have legal documents that are valid, you need to contact a trusted Notary Service. You want a service that will work on your terms. You are paying them to come to you, so you deserve to get exactly what you want. What is the Notary company charging you? How can you pay for your Notary expenses? Ask these questions.

Since we live in a day of E-commerce. Check out the website of the company that you are hiring. Are they official? Are they licensed and bonded? What type of E&O Insurance do they carry? A companies website is a reflection of their dedication to their business.

Price is always a factor. But service and experience should also play key factors. What if you pay less but don't get what you need? That means not only more money out of your pocket, but more of your time. And in this day and age we all know time is precious. Make sure to get things done right the first time with a professional, courteous and timely service. For more information please visit our website http// or call toll free 866.222.2995