By Mark Wills - Course Instructor of the Loan Signing System, Forbes Real Estate Council Member, and Best-Selling Author
I often receive questions like the following — “Mark, I am in XYZ state. Does your loan signing agent course and certification work where I live?"
The answer is: ABSOLUTELY yes!
There are successful Loan Signing System students making money as notary loan signing agents in all 50 states right at this very moment.
How is this possible?
Because believe it or not, Wells Fargo, Chase, and Bank of America don't make a different set of loan documents for each state... 50 separate versions of the exact same thing would be crazy.
You see, loan documents are no more than a (rather wordy) contract between the borrower and the bank.
And surprisingly, these contracts are essentially the same across the nation. Are there a couple forms that differ slightly from state to state? Sure. But this shouldn't be cause for worry — because the beauty of the Loan Signing System method of walking borrowers through loan documents is that it teaches you how to go over the paperwork without having the borrower read every single line.
So It Doesn't Matter Where You Live. You Can Learn How to Be a Successful Notary Signing Agent Too.
This is because Loan Signing System's unique strategy for going over loan documents and escrow documents is not limited to any single bank or state. It applies to them all.
Meaning, if you run into a form that wasn't covered in the course, you will still know how to present it to the borrower. Without ever having seen it before. So if you live in Iowa and come across a few unfamiliar items in a set loan documents from a bank in Oregon, no sweat. The approach I teach in Loan Signing System helps you make money in this industry without needing to be an expert in loan document language.
And here's another helpful nugget of information...
Mortgage terminology is nearly identical in every state. Whether you're in Nevada or Wyoming, a bank note is a bank note — and Loan Signing System's training includes an entire glossary of verbiage and definitions you need to know.
What About the Loan Documents that DO Vary According to State?
One example of state-to-state variations in the loan signing industry is title documentation. Title companies draw forms which disclose closing costs and fees. Though these forms contain the same information nationwide, they may look different from state to state. And regardless of which one you call home, you'll need to learn how to explain those closing costs to a borrower. This is just one of the many valuable skills you'll learn in Loan Signing System's five star-rated online training.
See what I mean? Where you live doesn't have to affect your ability to execute a loan signing.
The point I'm trying to make is that efficient notary loan signing agents operate according to a set of principles — principles that you can learn step-by-step while practicing with REAL loan documents when you become a Loan Signing System student. And because banks do not print 50 different versions of their loan documents, you now know that the set you'll receive in my course is very similar to the ones that are signed by hundreds of borrowers every single day in your state.
Whether you're in Michigan, Texas, or Washington, it's a smart idea to get a notary loan signing agent mentor.
A good industry mentor is someone who can teach you the most time-effective and professional way to go through a set of loan documents, and then how to market yourself to get repeat business from the highest-paying clients.
Loan Signing System does exactly that.
It provides specific, hands-on, real world training that thousands of notary loan signing agents across the nation have used to make hundreds or even thousands of extra dollars every month. And you can too — regardless of experience level or location within the United States.
I'm Mark, I teach Loan Signing System, and I can teach you how to be a notary loan signing agent in your state today!
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.