Basic Notary Public Info
What is a Notary
Why become a Notary
How to become a Notary
What does it cost
50 States Notary Sites
Mobile Notary Start-up Guide
How to Become a Loan Signing Agent
Setting Your Fees
Training for Notaries & Signing Agents
About this Site
Welcome to Your Complete Source of Information for Notaries!
Here you will find very detailed information and a wealth of resources to aid you in your Notary career. Whether you're just starting the process, just thinking about starting the process, or are a seasoned Notary professional already, this site has the information you're looking for.
The site is well-organized and cross-referenced for you. So take a breath and relax. All the information you've been looking for is now in one place, and you've found it.
- If you're thinking about becoming a Notary as part of a home-based business, we can help.
- If you are a commissioned Notary in your state and want to make more money as a signing agent, we can help.
- If you want to become a Notary Public as part of your current job, we have suggestions about how and why you should.
Each state has a slightly different process for becoming a Notary Public. We have links to every state's official Notary site where you can start the process immediately. There you'll find all the handbooks, application forms and details for your state's specific requirements.
Mobile Notaries are needed in every state. A mobile Notary is one who travels to the client instead of a client finding a Notary. You can make a full-time income from this home-based business. Everybody needs a Notary. The need is established and your clients are waiting.
How do you perform loan signings? Where do you learn how to do it? Who can do it? We have all the answers and several resources to get you working for the bigger commissions. This career has a huge potential for income with the quickest and most inexpensive learning curve.
We've navigated through the best available courses, training, and other resources and made our recommendations.
Notary supplies are sometimes hard to find. We've tracked the best down for you.
Current events and useful articles, plus some fun stuff.
PLEASE NOTE: You don't have to be a Notary Public to train for
this career and become certified, so you can start training immediately.
However, you do need to become a Notary Public before you can actually perform notarized loan signings.
Becoming a Notary Public for your state is independent of this course.
Also, most states allow loan signing agents to assist in closing loans, but not all of them do.
Before you order this course, be sure to check and see if your state allows loan signing agents to assist in
closing loans. Go to the state links for instructions on how to become a Notary Public in your state.
Notary Loan Signing Agent
Comprehensive Certification Course
& Reference Manual
212 pages, including a final exam
Professionally-bound course delivered by Priority Mail