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Mobile Notary Start-up Guide


Mobile Notaries have been a recognized profession for many years, providing a valuable service to those who canít go to a Notary, or just want the convenience of having the Notary come to them. Notaries can charge a fee per signature (maximum fee mandated by the state), as well as charging a fee for mobile services.

In relatively recent years, the loan and real estate industry has developed a need for Notary loan signing agents who guide a borrower through the process of signing a loan package, as well as witnessing and notarizing the documents. This provides a great potential for a full-time or part-time income of thousands of dollars per month. In-depth training for this profession is covered in the Loan Signing Agent section of this website. However, mobile Notaries donít have to enter the loan signing industry at all, and can still make a very good living. This career guide addresses the Mobile Notary profession apart from the loan signing industry.

You can also make money by becoming a Notary Public as an add-on service to your current employment or business. As a commissioned Notary Public you'll have an edge over competition for positions in any office. Itís value added to you as an employee. But there are many mobile Notaries making a full-time income offering their Notary services alone. Just check your Yellow Pages, they're still in there. This guide will show you how to develop your own business as a Mobile Notary Public.

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      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.

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