Neighborhood Parcel Mobile Notaries are National Notary Association (NNA) Certified Notary Signing Agents. We proudly serve the Merrimack Valley, Boston MA, Essex, and Middlesex Counties in Massachusetts. First commissioned as a Massachusetts Notary Public in 2008 and a Signing Agent trained and certified with a current background check. Member of multiple professional associations and local business chambers of commerce.
Who is a Notary Signing Agent? Professional notary services are provided for any document that needs notarization such as Cori Checks, wills, affidavits, acknowledgments, the power of attorneys, Mortgage Documents, Last Wills, etc. Please note that a valid and current photo ID is required. Documents must be signed in the presence of the Notary. The individual signing the document(s) must be aware of what they are signing and understand the contents of the document(s). The signer must not be intoxicated, on drugs, or taking medications that would affect their ability to think and/or make decisions during the signing of the document(s). This also applies to any signature witnesses.
A notary person is not responsible for the contents of the documents and may not advise whether an individual should or should not sign documents. Our agents are not attorneys in law. If you are unsure of whether to sign documents, consult an attorney and or the other party involved. Our Staff verifies the identity of the signer and that the documents were signed by that individual in the presence of our staff.
A loan signing agent, also known as a mortgage signing agent or notary signing agent, is a professional who specializes in the process of witnessing and notarizing loan documents. They are hired by mortgage companies, escrow companies, and title companies to assist with the closing process for real estate transactions. Loan signing agents are typically commissioned notaries public who have undergone additional training and certification in the process of loan document signing. They are responsible for verifying the identity of the borrower, explaining the terms of the loan documents, and ensuring that the borrower fully understands and is willing to sign the documents.
Who Is A Loan Signing Agent
Loan signing agents typically work on a contract basis and are paid a fee for their services. The fee is typically based on the number and complexity of the documents being signed and the distance the agent must travel to meet with the borrower. In order to become a loan signing agent, individuals must typically become a commissioned notary public in their state, undergo specialized training, and pass a certification exam. Some states may have additional requirements, such as background checks or continuing education courses. Loan signing agents play a vital role in the real estate closing process and are responsible for ensuring that all parties fully understand the terms of the loan and that the documents are properly executed.
Mortgage Signing Agent
Mortgage and loan closings in Massachusetts require an attorney admitted to the state bar to be present or involved in the closing of real property transactions. A Notary who is employed by a lender may notarize a document in conjunction with the closing of his or her employer’s real estate loans.
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