Real property transactions…
A Notary Signing Agent or NSA is a Notary who has special training to handle loan document signings. Title companies and signing services hire NSAs to deliver loan documents to borrowers, oversee the signing and return the documents. In some cases, the loan must be signed and closed in the office of a lender, attorney or title company, or where permitted, conducted virtually by a remote online notary.
- NNA Certified
- NNA Member
- Background Screening Passed: 8/13/2021
- NSA Exam Passed: 8/19/2021
- Training Completed: 8/19/2021
- Remote Online Notary Commision
- Notary Commision in Texas
- Missouri City, Texas 77459 Home Base
- Greater Houston Area Coverage
- Nationwide Digital eClosings
- Accepts eDoc Assignments
- Multi-Tray Professional Office Printer (see below)
- Fast Scan Speed for Fax Backs
- Close Proximity to FedEx and UPS Hubs by 8pm CDT
- Customer Satisfaction
- Processing Time
- Signing Accuracy
- Lender’s Representative
NSAs Oversee the signing of documents for the above…
In Person or Digital eClosings
A certified notary signing agent assists at the loan closing in the case of real property to perform an oath or acknowledgement by seal for Some of the biggest moments in life
Loan closing agent…
Find a better closing experience with digital closings, also known as eClosings. Larger Title companies are at the leading edge to bring you a faster, streamlined closing by executing some or all closing documents in a secure digital environment.
What is eClosing?
By incorporating digital forms, electronic signatures and electronic and remote online notarization*, eClosing is changing the traditional way of closing with all paper documents. Three types of eClosings currently exist to accommodate the needs of all parties: Hybrid Closing, Electronic Closing and Remote Online Closing.
*Due to state laws or regulations or both, electronic notarization and / or remote online notarization is not available in every state.
Types of Notarizations
The American Land Title Association recently released new and revised terms and information for all forms of notarization currently in use.
Traditional Wet Ink Notarization (TWIN):
Signatories in a TWIN (also known as a traditional notarization) appear in person before a notary to wet ink sign paper documents. The notary verifies their identity on the spot, and applies their signature and seal on paper.
In Person Electronic Notarization (IPEN):
Signatories in an IPEN (also known as eNotarization) appear in person before an eNotary to eSign digital documents. The notary verifies their identity on the spot, and their electronic seal and signature is digitally placed on the document.
Remote Online Notarization (RON):
Signatories appear before an eNotary via a two-way, audio-video conference over the internet to eSign digital documents. Identity is verified with photo ID and correctly answering knowledge-based authentication questions. A recording of the transaction is available to permissible parties. eNotes are required.
Paper Remote Online Notarization (PRON)
Signatories appear before an eNotary via a two-way, audio-video conference over the internet to eSign and eNotarize most documents. Identity is verified with a photo ID and correctly answering knowledge-based authentication questions. After the transaction, any documents that need a wet ink signature must also be wet ink notarized before returning to the settlement agent to finalize the closing. A recording of the transaction is available to permissible parties. This process will generate at least one paper document that will be wet ink signed, notarized and returned to the settlement agent. This is typically the promissory note, but multiple documents can be processed this way.
Remote Ink Notarization (RIN)
Signatories appear before a notary by means of two-way, audio-video communication technology, where the notary observes the wet ink signing of the documents. Once completed, the original documents are returned to the notary via overnight delivery for certification and execution by the notary and affixation of the official stamp or seal.