By Mark Wills - Course Instructor of the Loan Signing System, Forbes Real Estate Council Member, and Best-Selling Author
Becoming a notary loan signing agent is the perfect part-time gig because most of the appointments occur in the evenings and on weekends — around your existing work schedule.
I want to take a moment to explain why that is...
Why Do Most Loan Signing Jobs Occur on Weekends and in the Evenings?
The answer is actually quite simple.
The reason most loan signings are scheduled for weekends and evenings is because banks lend to people who have jobs.
Another thing to consider... most people work during the daytime.
You see, one of the primary jobs of the bank and escrow company in a mortgage transaction is to ensure the loan closes on time. But because most borrowers work during the daytime, they're typically unavailable to sign their mortgage loan documents in the middle of regular business hours.
So to make it convenient for the borrower to sign documents (guaranteeing a timely loan closing), escrow will send a mobile notary public loan signing agent to the borrower's home after they get off work.
This Explains Why Peak Working Hours for Notary Loan Signing Agents are Outside the Normal 8AM-5PM Business Workday
If you're looking for a way to supplement your income that works around your existing job — and would like to earn $75-$200 per hour-long appointment — then being a notary public loan signing agent might be the most convenient part-time work for you.
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I'm Mark, I teach Loan Signing System, and I look forward to giving you the tools to help you build a successful, efficient, and lucrative notary loan signing business today!