By Mark Wills - Course Instructor of the Loan Signing System, Forbes Real Estate Council Member, and Best-Selling Author
Step out of your front door — each and every building you see needed a notary public. Literally. Not a single home closed WITHOUT one.
Now I want you to take a guess... how many of those homes would you say have a mortgage? And how many will be sold again or refinanced in the future? The answer is almost all of them.
And a notary public loan signing agent can make $75 to $150 for every loan signing job!
That's a ton of business for a notary public who becomes a loan signing agent.
Here are some numbers I want you to think about:
Millions of Homes, Only Thousands of Notaries
Let's just take the State of California as an example.
There are 13.9 million homes in the state of California... but less than 150,000 California notary publics. And of that 150,000, only a fraction are educated loan signing agents. But even if they were, there are still WAY more homes than there are notaries! Ratios similar to this one exist in most states across the nation.
So why does this matter?
Because it shows that the notary loan signing business is one of those rare industries in which the client (escrow officer, mortgage officer, real estate agent, etc.) needs a loan signing agent more than the loan signing agent needs them.
And this holds true in every single State in America... whether you're in Florida, Texas, Nevada, Colorado or any other state, there are far more homes than notary signing agents!
Notary Loan Signing Agents Can Make Fees of $75, $150, and even $200 Per Appointment.
And the best part is that those appointments usually only take about an hour.
That's right. Notary loan signing agents frequently get paid between $100 and $200 for their services in a home closing... that's as much as chiropractors, accountants, and even some attorneys earn on a per hour basis.
What would that type of part-time (or better yet, full-time) income mean for you?
Just TWO loan signing jobs a month could cover a car payment, paying off debt a little faster, or saving for a long overdue vacation.
No Formal Education is Required to Become a Notary Signing Agent
If two signing jobs a month sounds easy, know that getting started is even easier — because the incredible thing about this profession is that it requires no formal education whatsoever.
All you need is an active notary commission, notary supplies, and someone to teach you the documents.
It's that simple.
Learn How to Become a Successful Notary Signing Agent Today
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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.