How long will my signing take?
The length of your signing is dependent on a number of different variables, but the main being, type of signing.
Below are the approximate signing times, based on type of signing:
Refinance – 60 minutes
Buyer – 60 minutes
Seller/Cash buyer – 45 minutes
Just know these are just estimates and there are times that a signing can go well over the above time. It really depends on the client you are signing. Some people read everything and others just sign away. You never know what you are going to get.
What will I need to complete my signing?
Most signings will require one piece of valid identification per signer, in some cases, you will be required to provide two forms of ID per signer.
Common identification documents allowed by states for notarization include: state driver’s licenses and non-drivers IDs; passports; federal IDs such as military identification cards, state, county and local government IDs; and lawful permanent resident cards (often called “green cards”).
Some signings will require cash to close. This should be in the form of a cashier’s check, and escrow should provide you with the amount needed to be paid, prior to the signing. In some cases, a personal check will be accepted by escrow, for amounts below a certain cost.
Where is the best location to sign?
We offer mobile notary services in order to make signing your documents as easy as possible for you. Anywhere you are comfortable signing, we can make that happen. Whether it be at your own home, or your local coffee shop, we will get your documents signed.
If I need a witness for my signing, who can I use?
If your signing requires a witness, you’re in luck! For the most part, notaries also have the capacity to serve as witnesses for signings. The official rules are dependent from state to state, so it is advisable to please always consult your state’s guidelines for witness need and eligibility.
When can I sign?
Our listing site is accessible 24/7, 365 days a year. Signing date limitations are subject to the availability of notaries in the area you are searching in. Many notaries are available 5-7 days a week, some even working on national and observed holidays. We are confident that any day you are willing to sign, there should be a notary to meet your needs.
How do you choose which notaries are listed on your site?
The notaries listed on our site, sign up to become a part of our notary network. Notaries that appear at the top of our search results are premium notary members; they are the “cream of the crop” so to speak.
When looking for the perfect notary for your signing, don’t forget to check out their profile and rating, but don’t let a lack of reviews make your decision for you, trust your gut; they may just be new to the job. Don’t be afraid to give a new notary a shot; everyone loves an underdog right? 🙂
How do I calculate the rescission date?
If a loan includes a rescission option, the borrower is given three business days to cancel; the third day is the rescission date. The rescission period includes Saturday as a business day, but Sunday does not count; this means that signings on Saturday and Sunday will both have the same rescission date. Holidays do mess with this equation, so be cautious of them.
Who do I contact if I need help with the signing?
Questions regarding the signing process can be directed to our accounts manager Michael Ramirez (425) 531-9400. If you are unable to reach him, you may also reach out to Erin Payne (206) 931-5964.
How do I get paid for my completed signings?
Since we are listing site, we simply provide you with the best means to connect with potential clients. Your payment per signing will be negotiated directly with your client, based on the job.
What color ink should I use?
Blue ink is always the safe choice.