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