Escrow Officer Interview: How to Get Calls for Loan Signing Appointments and Make More Money as a Notary Signing Agent
By Mark Wills - Course Instructor of the Loan Signing System, Forbes Real Estate Council Member, and Best Selling Author
Would You Like to Get More Loan Signings Directly from Escrow Officers?
In this video I interview escrow officer, Joanne, with First American Title, who reveals her secrets about what she looks for when hiring notary loan signing agents.
Watch the video interview by clicking below:
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By Mark Wills - Course Instructor of Loan Signing System, Forbes Real Estate Council Member, and Best Selling Author
I frequently hear people say, “I want to become a loan signing agent but I'm not a notary public.”
And to that I say, “So? What are you waiting for?”
It’s so easy to become a notary public. In most states (and by most states I mean 38 out of 50 states, it’s as easy as applying to become one. Just like you would apply for a credit card or a new job, you apply to be a notary public.
No test, nothing to study, and no course to pay for. You just submit an application. That is it.
By Mark Wills - Course Instructor of the Loan Signing System and Forbes Real Estate Council Member, and Best Selling Author
I'm often asked, “Mark, what’s the one tip you can give a notary signing agent that will significantly grow their loan signing business?”
And the answer is actually funny... because the biggest tip I can give to grow your loan signing agent business has nothing to do specifically with being a notary loan signing agent at all.
The most important for growing your signing agent business is to show gratitude.
By Mark Wills - Course Instructor of the Loan Signing System, Forbes Real Estate Council Member, and Best-Selling Author
Errors and Omissions Insurance, also known as E&O Insurance, is liability coverage that is created to protect the signing agent’s personal and professional assets if a mistake is made during the notarial process that causes the client to suffer financial loss.
Hi, I’m Mark and I teach the Loan Signing System.
When you’re doing a loan signing, the borrower may have questions about their impound account.
In this blog, you’ll learn the basics of what an impound account is.
By Mark Wills - Course Instructor of the Loan Signing System and Forbes Real Estate Council Member, and Best-Selling Author
I’m often asked, “Mark, what forms of IDs can be used for a loan signing? What if an ID is expired? And what about using credible identifying witnesses?”
The answer varies depending on a few factors.
First and foremost, be sure to have knowledge of your state’s notarial laws regarding acceptable forms of IDs.
But, whichever form of ID of your state may allow you to identify a borrower with... understand that a lender may require something different.
About the Author
Mark Wills is the course instructor of the top rated Loan Signing System agent training course. He has been an active professional loan signing agent for nearly 20 years and owns a loan signing service that does thousands of signings a year.