Notary Signing Agent Course
Earn more money as a Notary Signing Agent
Notary Signing Agents can earn between $50 and $150 per signing when notarizing documents like Jurats and Acknowledgements. This Notary Signing Agent course teaches you how to get started as a Notary Signing Agent, including:
- How to market your signing agent services
- How to develop a client base
- The requirements for notarizing a signing
- How to keep your Notary Journal
- How to start your own business either full time or in your spare time
- What supplies you'll need
- What's involved in the typical loan signing process
- Everything else you'll need to get started as Notary Signing Agent
The Notary Signing Agent Course is given completely online, which means you can take it at your leisure and even spend extra time on those more important sections.
You'll have up to one year to complete the course, and when you're done you'll receive your Notary Signing Agent certificate by email.
Note: You must have an active Notary commission to act as a Notary Signing Agent.
The Notary Signing Agent course is not a requirement to become a Notary. But if you want to bring out the true earning potential of your Notary stamp, it's the best online tool you'll ever use.
Register now and get started today.
Note: This course is written for general applicability. Notaries should be aware that some states have specific regulations concerning loan signings. It is your responsibility as a Notary to understand the laws and requirements of your state.
What is the difference between a notary public and a notary signing agent?
Notary signing agents undergo specific training so they can notarize complex loan documents, especially mortgages. Notaries usually witness and notarize less complicated identity confirmation documents.
Unlike traditional notaries, signing agents can earn additional income by charging for their labor alone. While notaries usually make money from signing fees, signing agents may charge for the cost of notarization as an additional fee on top of their work guiding a client through the loan contract.
When does my signing agent commission expire?
Signing agent commissions are generally tied to notary public commissions. Check your state’s commission renewal schedule to learn more.
Do I need a background check?
Because loans contain sensitive financial and personal information, most employers require a yearly background check. This expectation is common for real estate transactions, where borrowers trust signing agents with their financial assets to purchase a home. Background checks are not required for standard notaries.
We offer a Level 1 background check:
- Criminal Check
- National Criminal Database
- SSN Trace
- Sex Offender Search (National)