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Freelance Paralegal Notaries

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  • Victoria Ring
    If you are a paralegal who is also a notary public, you may have already heard of the notary signing agent field. In the past, notaries could only charge $1
    Message 1 of 2 , May 2 12:18 AM
      If you are a paralegal who is also a notary public, you may have
      already heard of the notary signing agent field. In the past,
      notaries could only charge $1 or $2 to notarize an affidavit, car
      title, etc. However, changes in the UCC (uniform commercial code)
      law enables a notary to become part of the mortgage closing process
      and earn from $75 to $200 per signing.

      I can speak from experience. I started doing signings for mortgage
      and title companies back in 2001. While still working a full-time
      job as a paralegal I notarized loan documents at the borrower(s)
      home in the evening and on weekends. The first month I made $800,
      which paid the rent and utilites.

      To help paralegals learn more about this field please visit
      http://www.50statenotary.com/training/ This is a free introductory
      signing agent training course that I wrote from my own personal
      experience to help others. I hope you find the material interesting
      and join the notary signing agent field. It's a great way to make
      some extra money without any up-front costs.

      Victoria Ring
      Certified Paralegal and Notary
      Author of "How to Start, Operate and Market a Freelance Notary
      Signing Agent Business"
      http://www.50statenotary.com
    • law_gurl67
      Wow! Great, thank you! Sheila Victoria Ring wrote: If you are a paralegal who is also a notary public, you may have already heard of
      Message 2 of 2 , May 2 11:08 AM
        Wow! Great, thank you!

        Sheila

        Victoria Ring <yourparalegal@...> wrote:
        If you are a paralegal who is also a notary public, you may have
        already heard of the notary signing agent field. In the past,
        notaries could only charge $1 or $2 to notarize an affidavit, car
        title, etc. However, changes in the UCC (uniform commercial code)
        law enables a notary to become part of the mortgage closing process
        and earn from $75 to $200 per signing.

        I can speak from experience. I started doing signings for mortgage
        and title companies back in 2001. While still working a full-time
        job as a paralegal I notarized loan documents at the borrower(s)
        home in the evening and on weekends. The first month I made $800,
        which paid the rent and utilites.

        To help paralegals learn more about this field please visit
        http://www.50statenotary.com/training/ This is a free introductory
        signing agent training course that I wrote from my own personal
        experience to help others. I hope you find the material interesting
        and join the notary signing agent field. It's a great way to make
        some extra money without any up-front costs.

        Victoria Ring
        Certified Paralegal and Notary
        Author of "How to Start, Operate and Market a Freelance Notary
        Signing Agent Business"
        http://www.50statenotary.com




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