Real Estate Closings
Real Estate transactions are completed by Certified Notary Signing Agents. What is the difference? A Notary Signing Agent is someone who receives annual training and continuing education, is background checked and carries $100,000 Error & Omissions Insurance. Unlike a Commission Notary, the Notary Signing Agent is trained and authorized to explain the real estate document that you are signing*. *Notary Signing Agents can not give legal advice. Refer to your lender or agent if you have questions about the numbers. It’s best to request to review your documents prior to meeting with us. We only get one hour with you.
Set us up for success: We require a minimum of two hours to allow our notary to review, print and prep your documents then travel to meet with you in your home or in a public coffee shop or restaurant with a clean flat surface that will seat all parties and move papers around for signing.
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
In-Office, Mobile and Remote Online
*If a notary is needed in areas without a team, don’t fret; we can still locate, vet and assist the notary to ensure a successful transaction.
Mobile Service Area: Currently in CA, FL, NV, WA
The average fee for a real estate transaction is $150-$200 and vary by state.
Why is the fee so high?
The fee for real estate documents is actually drastically discounted. The average number of signatures witnessed and acknowledgements, for two people, in a real estate transaction is 30 ($300-$500) then add the travel, printing and handling fees.