Mobile Notaries have been a recognized profession for many years, providing a valuable service to those who can’t go to a Notary, or just prefer the convenience of having the Notary come to them. Mobile Notaries typically charge for their mobile services in addition to any notarization fees. In relatively recent years, the loan and real estate industry has developed a need for Notary loan signing agents who guide a borrower through the process of signing the paperwork in a loan package, as well as witnessing and notarizing certain documents included in that packet. This provides an even greater potential for income to the mobile Notary. However, mobile Notaries can still make a very good living notarizing a myriad of non-loan documents without entering the loan signing industry at all. Becoming a Notary Public as an add-on service to your current employment or business is a good way to start your mobile Notary service. Not only will it give you an edge over competition for company positions and promotions, but will start you off with contacts and clients that will help your business quickly grow from part-time to full-time. This guide will show you how to start your own business as a mobile Notary Public either part-time or full-time.
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