I'm frequently asked by loan signing agents, "Should I adopt a pricing strategy for my loan signing business?"
There’s a lot of information about having a comprehensive notary signing agent fee strategy. Some resources and blogs tell you to set different fees based on signing time, driving time, printing time, number of pages printed, number of people signing, and even what time of the month it is (later in the month is usually busier).
If you're a real estate agent, you have the ability to create a huge additional income stream by becoming a notary public loan signing agent.
Because you have the easiest transition into the loan signing business. And since you're already in the industry, learning how to do a loan signing is easy and seamless.
But even more importantly, you have easy access to the two people who have the most loan signings to give you: escrow and mortgage officers!
Allow me to explain.
As a real estate agent, you are at the top of the food chain because everyone in the industry wants to win YOUR business.
Think about it, at every real estate networking event, the real estate agent is the prize attendee. Whether it’s a home contractor, real estate attorney, or insurance agent, ears perk up when they find out you’re a real estate agent. But there are specifically two people that are dying to meet you and can also give you loan signing business immediately: loan officers and escrow officers.
Why do they want to meet you so badly? Because:
It's knowing these facts and learning how to leverage them that will allow you to get the signings you want to supplement your income.
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 15 years and owns a loan signing service that does thousands of signings a year.