I teach my signing agent students the skill that will get them repeat loan signing business from escrow officers.
Packaging loan documents is hands down the best way to get repeat direct loan signing business from an escrow officer.
Because packaging is technically the escrow officer's job, not the loan signing agent's job.
So if a loan signing agent can take work off the escrow officer's plate, they'll have the highest likelihood of getting repeat direct loan signing business from them.
Remember, I'm talking about direct loan signing business... the kind of loan signings that pay between $125 and $200 per appointment.
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And here's the best part! There are very few loan signing agents who know how to package documents, primarily because there simply aren't any courses on how to do it properly.
Now, you may be wondering, what does it mean to "package loan documents"?
What makes packaging loan documents so valuable and, frankly, tough to learn is that a loan signing agent has to first have a basic understanding of the entire mortgage process.
The first thing to understand is that there are three parties to every mortgage transaction: the escrow company, the title company, and the lender (also known as, "the bank").
The act of packaging loan documents is simply making sure that the proper original documents and their copies get back to each respective party.
If a loan signing agent is having trouble breaking into a local title or escrow office, it is likely because he or she doesn't know how to package loan documents. The beauty of packaging is that it opens up new direct escrow business.
If you want to learn how to package loan documents (a skill that very few signing agents take the time to learn), take my course by clicking on the link below.
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As with all of my courses, it comes with a no-risk, money back guarantee.
So what are you waiting for?! You have nothing to lose. Get my packaging course today so you can start getting direct escrow business.
I'm Mark, I teach the Loan Signing System, and I"m looking forward to helping you become an expert loan signing agent!
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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.