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Do You Need a Notary?
If you’re looking for an official witness for a variety of documents, you may need a notary. Here’s more about what a notary is and what a notary does.
Loan Signing Agent
A loan signing agent is someone who has a notary public commission from their state and who knows how to describe loan documents to people either purchasing or refinancing a home. When someone purchases or refinances a home, a notary loan signing agent is hired to walk the homeowner through their final paperwork and have them sign it.
Enjoy the convenience of our professional notaries wherever you are, whether it’s in your home, a business establishment, a hospital, a nursing home. We are prepared to notarize all types of documents. These include:
Loan Document Signing
Permission to Travel with Minor
Certification of Power of Attorney
Bill of Sales
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Learn more about our usual service rates. Do not hesitate to call or email us today for inquiries about your fees.
Basic Notary Fee: $15.00 per signature with volume discount available
Travel Service Fee: *Depends upon your location and distance from Miami , Fl
Loan Document Signing: $150-
Additional Fees: *Wait Time Fee is $15.00 for every 30
*Mobile Service Fees are still due and payable even if the signing did not take place when the notary arrives or if it was cancelled less than an hour prior to the scheduled appointment.
**Fees are still due and payable even if the borrower did not show up or refused to sign the documents.
We accept payments in cash and PayPal. (Customer will be supplying the paypal button for their site)Credit card payments from Visa, Master, Amex, and Discover are also accepted but with a 3% service charge.
All document signers must present at least one of the government-
The signer may present two credible witnesses if any of the forms listed above cannot be provided. The witnesses should know the signer and must be at least 18 years old. Aside from this, they should be able to present any of the government-
The witnesses will attest to the identity of the signer by taking a verbal oath and signing the notary's journal. They cannot be named nor have a financial interest in the document, so beneficiaries and heirs cannot stand as witnesses.
Be Prepared with:
Other Form of Identification
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***A Notary Public cannot provide assistance in the preparation or completion of forms or letters and cannot give legal advice. Consult an attorney or trusted advisor with questions about any document.***