How to Become a Successful Notary Loan Signing Agent
Discover How Easy It Is To Make Money Working For Yourself On Your Own Schedule With This 9-Step Guide On How To Become A Successful Notary Loan Signing Agent
The math is simple: If you do 6 to 7 loan signing jobs a week that pay you on average $150 per signing, you can generate $50,000 in revenue per year.
If you do 13 loan signings per week that pays you $150 per signing, you can generate over $100,000 per year as a loan signing agent.
Because you can make so much money as a notary loan signing agent, it's important to follow the steps that will allow you to achieve the highest level of success. This step-by-step guide will help you on your journey!
Phase I: Getting Started with the Basics How to Become a Notary Loan Signing Agent
To make great money as a notary loan signing agent, you first need to build a foundation of the fundamentals.
Here are the first four "foundational" steps of becoming a successful notary loan signing agent:
1) Get Your Notary Commission From Your State
The first step in becoming a successful notary loan signing agent is to have an active notary license (commission). The best part about being a notary public loan signing agent is you don’t need any degrees or experience. You simply need an active notary commission from your state. Some states don’t even require a test to get your notary commission… you just fill out an application.
If you don't currently have your notary commission, you should start that process now by looking up your state's requirements. Click on the link below to see your state's notary requirements:
If you are already a notary public, that's great news! One of the hardest parts of becoming a notary loan signing agent is already taken care of and you can skip to Step 2!
2) Learn How to do a Basic Signing Appointment with Confidence
Your next step to becoming a successful notary loan signing agent is to be sure you can do a quality loan signing with confidence. You should know where the borrower signs, what the documents mean, and how you complete a loan signing appointment prior your first appointment.
Loan Signing System will walk you through this.... you simply follow the step-by-step tutorials as you flip through an actual 130 page set of loan documents that are included in the course. You’ll also get to see a full loan signing in action and hear multiple live loan signing audio recordings so you can do your very first loan signing agent appointment with confidence.
Sample Training of What a Signing Looks Like:
And while this is the second step, I recommend starting your training now because you can study how to do a signing and how to get notary jobs while you wait for your notary commission to arrive. That way you can hit the ground running and make money as soon as you get your notary commission in the mail and get loan signing jobs!
3) Get Listed in All the Notary Loan Signing Agent Databases To Get Jobs
There are companies out there called Signing Services and whose only job is to find people like you to fill preset loan signing appointments that pay $75 to $100 per signing. You simply need to register your name in the major loan signing databases (where signing services find you) so you get calls, emails, or text messages to do loan signing jobs.
If you're not sure which databases to sign up for, don't worry, Loan Signing System's online training course will show you the main databases to register in and how to fill out your profile. You will also get exclusive access to a proprietary list of signing services located throughout the nation and learn a simple but effective way to ensure you get more loan signing jobs from them!
4) Get Notary Loan Signing Agent Certified. Then Practice, Practice, Practice
Now that you’re set up to get loan signings automatically, you’ll want to get certified as a notary loan signing agent. Being certified will allow you to demonstrate a base knowledge of the loan signing industry so you can get hired for notary signing agent jobs.
Loan Signing System's certification is the most up-to-date, rigorous, and hands-on certification in the industry and is included in all three primary Loan Signing System courses.
It is also recommended that you get the NNA Basic Signing Agent Certification and Background Check. This is important because most title companies require an active background check and the NNA Certification and Background Check is the most widely accepted in the industry. You can get it for as low as $65. But get this AFTER you are
Once you are certified, you should then do as many loan signings as possible for loan signing services. The good news is you can pick up work when you want so you can work part time around your existing work or family schedule. Doing loan signings for signing services serves as practice for you before you move to Phase II: Scaling Your Loan Signing Business.
Once you have the basics fundamentals down, it’s time to scale your business by getting loan signings directly from the source: Escrow companies and mortgage professionals.
When you get loan signing jobs directly from escrow officers and other mortgage professionals, you generally are paid between $150 and $200 per loan signing instead of $75 to $100. So you can double your income for the same amount of work.
Complete these next five steps to scale your business and become a successful notary loan signing agent:
5) Learn How to do a Loan Signing to Escrow Standards
Even experienced notary loan signing agents think that a loan signing agent’s only job is to be sure all the documents are signed and notarized, and that’s it. But that’s not true. As a notary loan signing agent, you are the extension of the escrow officer. It’s your job to be sure the borrower feels comfortable signing and filling out the loan documents. In other words, you need to be sure they fill out the loan documents to escrow standards. If you learn this, you will be better than the vast majority of loan signing agents and you will get repeat business.
Loan Signing System teaches you how to ensure the borrower fills out and signs the documents to escrow standards, putting you ahead of the game and at the top of your industry.
Every primary Loan Signing System course teaches you step-by-step with real loan documents how to do a refinance, purchase, HELOC, reverse mortgage, and adjustable rate mortgage loan signing agent jobs.
Packaging loan documents is simply separating the documents so the different parties of the loan (lender, title, escrow) get their respective documents properly. But more importantly, it’s the key to becoming the first choice of any escrow office. If you know how to package documents (which less than 10% of notary loan signing agents know), then you’ll separate yourself from the rest of your competition and increase your opportunity of a strong future flow of loan signings agent jobs.
Loan Signing System is the only major online notary loan signing agent course teaching how to package loan documents.
7) Approach Mortgage Professionals for Loan Signing Jobs
Escrow officers, loan officers, and real estate agents are the people that control which notary loan signing agents get loan signing appointments. Knowing exactly what to say to a mortgage professional will help you get loan signings. If they know that you understand what the biggest mistakes loan signing agents make and how you avoid them, they will have confidence in hiring you as their signing agent.
Loan Signing System includes the same exact word-for-word script of exactly what to tell a mortgage professional so they hire you that Loan Signing System mentor and trainer, Mark Wills, uses to get nearly 5,000 loan signings per year.
8) Build a Relationship with 2 to 5 Escrow Officers
Contrary to popular belief, you don’t need to work with 20 different escrow officers to make great money as a notary loan signing agent. You simply need a few. A busy escrow officer can have about 50 loan signings to give out per month. So having two to five escrow officers as clients would create between 100 and 250 potential loan signings.
Loan Signing System includes training directly from escrow officers, loan officers, and real estate agents. You will have a major advantage over other notary signing agents as you discover what mortgage professionals care about most in this exclusive training.
9) Set a Goal of How Much You Want to Make As a Notary Loan Signing Agent
Once you have the skills and knowledge to do a loan signing agent job to escrow standards and know how to package loan documents, it’s time to figure out exactly how much you want to make per year. Then you can work backwards to see exactly how many loan signings job you’ll need to achieve that level of income. For example, if you want to make a six figure income, you’ll need to focus on getting 13 loan signings per week that pay on average $150 each. If you want to make $50,000 per year, you would need 6-7 signing jobs per week that pay $150 each.
Loan Signing System monthly mentorship focuses 100% on notaries working to achieve whatever level of success they want. And while every student achieves a different level of success in the group, it will absolutely give you the tools and knowledge to become a successful notary loan signing agent!
There you have it - your 9 step checklist to becoming a successful loan signing agent! You can teach yourself the 9 steps just like you can teach yourself to play basketball. Imagine teaching yourself a sport that you’ve never played before. It would take a lot longer, with more mistakes, and more wasted time than hiring a coach, wouldn’t it?
Or you could get the help of a coach to get there faster, less effort, and less frustration.
That’s exactly what Loan Signing System is designed to do for you: To teach you to get there faster, with less effort, and less frustration. Loan Signing System is the most comprehensive step-by-step training course that will teach you exactly how to become a successful public notary loan signing agent.
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