Notary Loan Signing Agent Documents Notary Sources

Notary Public :: Mobile Notary :: Signing Agent

Welcome to

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
Getting Started
Setting Your Fees
Finding Clients
Repeat Business
Being Professional
Keeping Records
How to Become a Loan Signing Agent

Training for Notaries & Signing Agents

Notary Supplies

About this Site


Mobile Notary Business Information

Being Professional

Here is another area where you can rise to the top. It isn't necessarily expected that someone who comes to your house to do a quick notarization look like a professional business person. However, if you did, you would leave a good and lasting impression, and it could only pay off in future business and referrals. Maybe your new client, who shows up at the door in shorts and flip flops, is sizing you up for potential business at his office.

On the other hand, they'll probably think you're nuts if you dressed up on a hot summer Saturday while they're in the middle of a family barbeque, but just happen to need something notarized.

This is your business and you can dress and act how you want. It probably goes without saying that, as a bare minimum your clients will expect you to be clean and well-groomed. My feeling is that part of the benefit of having your own business and working from home is to dress and conduct business the way that's comfortable to you. Most people are intelligent enough to know when it's appropriate, or desirable to dress up.

Use your common sense, but don't overlook the opportunity to impress if you know it will pay off later.

Next - Keeping Records

notary loan signing agent training and certification
      Notary Loan Signing Agent
      Comprehensive Certification Course
      & Reference Manual

      212 pages, including a final exam
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.

Professionally-bound course delivered by Priority Mail
notary loan signing agent training and certification course