|Notary Public in Reston, Virginia|
|Welcome to the notary public and signing agent listing for Reston, Virginia, where you can find a qualified notary to assist with a loan signing or any other notarization allowed by law. Notary public profiles in this archive were current as of 08/07/2013.|
|Notary Public in Reston, VA|
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|County list: according to our records, Reston is in or near the following county(ies):|
Fairfax, Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax, Falls Church, Loudoun, Manassas Park, Prince William
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Search in ZIP Code: 20191
** I ONLY WORK WITH TITLE COMPANIES AND SIGNING SERVICES - I am no longer available for individual notary services. **
Please call 703.371.8498 or email to email@example.com. Over 3 years in the mortgage business, I do closings mostly in the Northern Virginia area. Dependable notary that always confirms appointment, is punctual, and strives for completeness in product, quality of closing documents and return signed documents within the time frame requested. Handled complicated and tough situations and closed the loan. I have closed over 300 loans. Serving the following counties: Fairfax, Loudoun, Prince William, Arlington and the surrounding counties: Fauquier, Culpeper, Stafford.
| ||This profile was last updated on 5/14/2013 7:21:00 PM.|
| ||24 Hr Service: Yes|
| ||Has Laser Printer: Yes|
Search in ZIP Code: 20194
|I am detail-oriented and experienced in conducting loan signings. I am familiar with banking and mortgage lending including the federal regulations. I can accept email documents and have a laptop that I utilize. I have EandO Insurance and I am available evenings after 6:00 PM and am available on short notice. I am an experienced mobile notary available for witness signings and loan closings. I am professional, courteous and offer flexible hours. I am a Member of National Notary Association|
| ||This profile was last updated on 4/4/2013 11:35:00 AM.|
| ||Home Inspections: Yes|
Search in ZIP Code: 20191
|I am a full time notary signing agent experienced with real estate witness closings, including FHA/VA/standard refinance, POA, trustee, investment/2nd home, HELOC, reverse mortgages, and seller packages. I cover the counties of Fairfax, Loudoun, and Prince William. E and O insured up to $25,000 Quality and accuracy is my top priority!|
| ||This profile was last updated on 7/29/2013 2:03:00 PM.|
| ||Has Laser Printer: Yes|
Search in ZIP Code: 20195
|QUALIFIED CLOSING AGENT SERVING 4 COUNTIES IN NORTHERN VIRGINIA. NVLS is the one to call for your remote closing needs because you will get a notary witness closer that understands loan documents and the mortgage industry, communicates well and conducts due diligence to insure the integrity of every transaction. I bring more than 20 years of experience in supporting financial services and am a certified Direct Closer. I provide notary services to the "cream of the crop" companies within our industry.
A commitment to worry-free signings is growing my "boutique" business and giving them something positive to talk about in the Commonwealth! If your transaction needs a personal, professional touch, I will be that Face. All work guaranteed. Flexible availability, weekends by appointment.
*E-docs: Cut-off time for eDocs is no later than 2.5 hours prior to scheduled appointment to allow time for travel and review of documents & specific closing instructions. //
Former licensed residential Real Estate Agent and MortgageWheel creator. Active Notary Commission and Errors & Omissions policy. Background screened. Woman-Owned Business. Member of American Society of Notaries. Non-title licensed so unable to handle funds. Laser printer and email on the Go! To locate service areas online: Http://novaloansigning.com or Call Michelle at 703.217.3310.
| ||This profile was last updated on 8/7/2013 9:58:00 AM.|
| ||Has Laser Printer: Yes|
Recent Notary Talk Threads Authored by this Notary:
|Cheaters Never Win|
Posted by NVLSlady/VA at 8/5/2013 9:04:00 AM
|"Being a part of the problem" was mentioned below (about giving advice). I know how hard it must be for seasoned agents with a real investment in their 'craft' to ignore comments like the one I found on LI:|
"I realize NONE of these answers are correct but what I'm asking is what u would mark"
PLAIN AS DAY. This is the finest example of fraudulent behavior I've witnessed to date.
I was not able to hold back my comment and posted accordingly. It is not at all about being "mean" - just not standing by and without saying what must be said (avoiding a supercilious air if possible).
It took self-control but I hope I made the post relevant and helpful to that Poster and others on that site.
|Good Evening~ Found fascinating Read! n/m|
Posted by NVLSlady/VA at 8/4/2013 4:02:00 PM
|Feels GOOD to Search|
Posted by NVLSlady/VA at 8/2/2013 10:51:00 PM
|Ok. I have a signing that won't "die." I am being asked to return to signing (one that didn't happen last week because wife was out of the country). I requested that SS clarify with Title regarding non-spousal instructions and was told all was fine; borrower has POA (really? that was fast) and now she is being removed from vesting. Hmmm. . . I don't know much BUT|
something just "don't seem right." So, I search "removing spouse" and look what I find in the archives: Msg #201729 (I have the same feeling as OP in '07!)
I had originally asked the SS to have tc confirm in writing; now you bet I'll insist on it
As always, appreciate the perspectives and experience of long-timers!
|It's a Great Day to Rethink VALUE (and Fees)|
Posted by NVLSlady/VA at 7/31/2013 10:18:00 AM
|We can all do ourselves a huge favor in considering these and other relevant references to raising our rates (I'm all for alliteration when it wakes up the mind).|
Quote from [lawbiz] article: There is no perfect time to raise fees. Those clients who do not want to pay the higher fee will seek other counsel. Those who believe your service to be of VALUE will accept the higher fees and remain with you. It's a simple equation – provided that VALUE is on your side.
Reference 1 ~ http://www.lawbiz.com/cba_increase_fees.html
Reference 2* http://www.consulting-business.com/7-ways-to-increase-your-consulting-fees.html
Reference 3 ~ http://freelanceswitch.com/money/how-to-raise-your-rates-without-losing-clients/
*I LOVE no.s 6 & 7
Posted by NVLSlady/VA at 7/30/2013 10:12:00 AM
|Has anyone "changed" his or her ID in order to renew her notary commission?|
I was told by SOC that I had no choice in how my name appeared on my commission if that was how appeared on DL (which I would present when I obtained new commission). I'm pretty sure my passport also has my complete middle name.
What's a body to do!? I want to get a new ID with just my M.I. before picking up my new commission.
|What is your marital status?|
Posted by NVLSlady/VA at 7/29/2013 11:16:00 PM
|When I originated loans, the question was more tailored: Are you married, unmarried, etc.?|
I wasted time today because I ignored the SAFE rule. Knowledge IS power, but wisdom is far better.
Had I applied the knowledge I have about confirming all signers, I could have saved a trip!
Docs sent 2 hours away from signing time (I am going to have to rethink my co. policy); and I wasn't feeling well - just wanted to print and go and be done with it. Borrower and I communicated by email -and covered what I thought were all the necessaries: ID, name spelling, HUD, funds if applicable.
Maybe it was the pronoun "we" in the email that threw me off. Turns out non-borrowing spouse was out of the country; in fact, this is the 3rd situation in under 2 weeks where signers and/or spouses were traveling to/from U.S.
I'm eating this one. Rushing was no excuse for not PICKING UP THE PHONE and confirming presence of all parties. It will never happen again.
New notaries in marital rights states, take Heed.
p.s. Know what the irony is? Phone call from different SS while en route . . . and I declined.
Posted by NVLSlady/VA at 7/24/2013 11:39:00 AM
|Is there a dedicated source of multi-language notaries? In particular, any in VA? Thanks!|
Posted by NVLSlady/VA at 7/14/2013 5:53:00 PM
|Funny, I signed with a borrower (atty) and his wife who both took exception to the property/title docs. I found myself having to explain borrowing (Note was fine) vs. non-borrowing docs and this dragged the closing out an extra hour!|
The most frustrating was they were unhappy with the lender and whole process, really and that lack of trust was evident when it came to them signing. btw, He had POA for both of their children (on Title, riders, TIL). Of course, I couldn't comment on the F.I., etc. but had to admit it WAS strange that the revised HUD was NOT sent to me (hello, the notary printing out the docs). They immediately noticed my copy didn't match theirs (embarrassing since I had been given no knowledge of a revised version). Also, add was there was no signature page for the HUD!!
They explained how chaotic all had been and saw the need to Read everything. DOT with "borrowers" didn't sit well with them (I, of course explained that in this context it was more vesting terminology); he finally agreed that mtg was "boiler plate" in design (he was finally getting it). Then more trouble with TIL: Both felt that TIL should not included children's name; I politely and calmly made them aware that it was not up to us to determine what docs Title needed those vested to sign - and finally GOT IT DONE by having him add the following language (along with POA wording), which HE devised, on TIL:
"1st child, who is not a party to loan no. 111111" by Signer, atty in fact . . . " (and same for 2nd child) They insisted on doing this, though I INSISTED that the 2nd TIL (now I know why TC had more than 4 copies in package!!) not have "borrowers" names crossed.
They were very nice folks and appreciated my patience. It was my 1st POA signing and of course, I know we cannot question/determine which docs title or lender want vesting, non-borrowing parties to sign, but phew, if borrowers say docs are "messed up" and they know the history (and of course, we don't), what a Challenge to get them to go along with the closing - and let me go home!
p.s. Before any feel the need to add helpful critique, PLEASE don't say "always ask TC" (you think anyone was available on a Fri night????) I increased the invoice amount.
Posted by NVLSlady/VA at 7/8/2013 11:32:00 PM
|I've tried to follow the recent threads on transactions being refused by some agents based on settlement type. So difficult to say what is "worth it" to one person over another.|
This is never more true as I contemplate giving up a real estate domain I've owned for awhile but never did anything with it. I certainly don't have the time (or wherewithal) now. So an agent expressed her interest. I won't sell cheap; but I will clearly be the one losing out with this one (advertising alone could probably pay my bills for a month). I just don't know how you go about pricing something like that (sounds silly in view of that last statement, I know).
Bottom line: What's been something of a hassle for me may turn out to be someone's "goldmine."
I think looking at some of these settlements like a business decision may make some of it sound more palatable. Of course, some of our backgrounds in finance, credit, budgeting, or the like may make it Impossible to deviate from a firm stance in consumer protection.
|Marketing help from SCORE|
Posted by NVLSlady/VA at 7/3/2013 12:06:00 PM
|For good overview of what SCORE is and how it can help old and new business owners:|
|The GOOD we do gets noticed!|
Posted by NVLSlady/VA at 6/29/2013 6:32:00 PM
|Closed a loan last night where young bo said he had closed earlier in week but WF had messed up and a redraw was needed. He added that the previous notary did NOT keep a journal or give an oath like I did. He didn't want to tell me he was glad that the in & out notary didn't come again (but he DID tell me). He said he was glad "It was getting done right" this time (because he'd "wasted an hour of his time" on Mon).|
He noticed I was frantically searching through my instructions. I told him that somewhere the instructions specified Black ink (I always use Blue); he said they'd used Blue before, adding that he'd had "to put away his good black pen." Turns out, I'd read in the EMAIL but it wasn't in the closing docs I'd printed. Now, I don't know how we're expected to remember these things - and if docs had not been last second I would have printed out the email along with everything else (but Time was of the essence!).
My laptop was in my car and borrower let me sign on to my account with his laptop and voila! There was the Pen instruction. Maybe the 1st notary lucked out on that one 'cause the docs were wrong anyway!
Later I was at my neighborhood print/office store and the sales clerk gave me a big discount on copies after seeing my Notary badge. He'd had fond remembrances of a family with my name (too sentimental, I know) BUT he also added that: "He had seen me before and appreciated the good we do."
People notice. Details matter. A job well done feels good.
|Are you "covered" when you tell borrowers to Sign|
Posted by NVLSlady/VA at 6/21/2013 3:00:00 PM
|AS THEIR NAMES APPEAR?|
I feel like so much time is lost (like the 75 min Quicken -not! loan I had last night) trying to "coach" borrowers to sign as I "want them to."
I let borrowers hear (speaker) call with SS what they require - after we waited on hold forever. They came to same conclusion as me: "He doesn't get it." I had to take control and say "please sign as name appears, and add "as J.F.K" if your signature doesn't include your M.I.
I hate having to get "hung" up on handwriting. I've read some of your posts about this issue; so I'm not sure I want to open this "can" but your experience in handling is appreciated!
Have a good weekend
Posted by NVLSlady/VA at 6/20/2013 12:08:00 PM
|Those "dirty" ink dots/spots have got to Go! Wasn't sure if it was the drum - but I'm hoping that will fix. Thanks NR for the past posts that turned me on to SuperMedia (of course, they don't seem to have the compatible drum I need in stock). |
At least I found a probable source of the problem and a possible resource. My concern is that the compatible drum unit may cause more problems - since I really think a "compatible" non-Brother toner cart. caused this issue to begin with!
(saw Original Brother on sale at Staples.com and I have a $30 coupon!! My gut says just get the original and forget the other; but I had some other supplies I wanted, and was looking forward to giving the Media store a try!)
|SS Need to be held to a Higher Standard|
Posted by NVLSlady/VA at 6/17/2013 9:31:00 AM
|Could site mandate ONLY true name (no aliases) for Signing Companies? And in different color- always Linked - to stand out in the posts? |
Posted by NVLSlady/VA at 6/14/2013 10:32:00 AM
|Please PM me if you want one to hold your ID badge. Don't have an ID badge? Well, I'll send you MY design and you can print one. The plastic holder can be obtained just about anywhere.|
Have a good weekend!
|Handbook: Diminished Capacity (Nice reference)|
Posted by NVLSlady/VA at 6/5/2013 1:00:00 PM
Other State Guides:
W. Virginia http://seniorlegalaid.net/index.php?option=com_docman&Itemid=45
From what I recall from a legal course I took, there are fine line differences between Voidable and Unenforceable contracts (now I have to go search my notes)
Finally, I found this web article excerpt:
"In the past, the term "incompetent" was used to describe persons with diminished mental abilities. The term is rarely used by professionals any more because it is stigmatizing and implies a global deficit that has little practical meaning or application. As more is learned about mental function and greater attention is paid to preserving individuals' rights, greater emphasis is placed on identifying, in functional terms, specific mental tasks and skills people retain and lose. Describing a person's ability or "capacity" to perform particular tasks, such as remembering to pay one's bills or calculating how much change one is owed, is a more useful and meaningful way of looking at mental disability. It enables professionals to assess vulnerability more effectively and develop effective service plans. Understanding a client's mental capacity can help workers meet the vulnerable person's needs while avoiding unnecessary, restrictive, or intrusive interventions."
|Oh no! Affidavit|
Posted by NVLSlady/VA at 5/20/2013 1:54:00 PM
|Oh, no! Another one:|
I am having to witness and swear petitioners and the affidavit is worded for the Circulator (of the petition). The one who is hiring me is being asked to provide her signature as a witness to the signatures that I'm witnessing - along with her SSN on the form. Please tell me comments or experience I don't want MY certificate lost. I am the one witnessing/acknowledging. And I'm NOT the voter, candidate, etc.
Commonwealth of Virginia AFFIDAVIT
I, __________________________________, swear or affirm that (i) my resident address is ______________________________
_________________________________________________; (ii) I am a qualified voter in the Sterling District in the County of Loudoun, (iii) I am qualified to vote for the office for which this petition is circulated; (iv) I personally witnessed the signature of each person who signed this page or its reverse side; and, under penalty of perjury, the statements made in this petition are to the best of my knowledge true and accurate. I understand the penalty for falsely signing this affidavit could be substantial fine or imprisonment.
Signature of person circulating petition Circulator’s social security number
Subscribed and sworn to (or affirmed) before me this ____ day of ________, 20______
My commission expires on ___________ Notary:_________________________________
Circulator: Sterling Resident
|Marital (Spousal) States (sorry, I know it's been discussed)|
Posted by NVLSlady/VA at 5/20/2013 12:53:00 PM
|I'm grappling with that "pesky" paragraph top of 1003. Too many clauses (and with diff meanings) and I'm Lost!|
I've researched here and online trying to wrap my mind around the marital property state issue for VA (not on list of the 9); I guess what I don't understand is: If the non-titled spouse's only interest in the property - prim residence - is by virtue of marriage or homestead rights, does she have the same requirements as a non-borrowing spouses in "marital property states?"
If the spouse is actually vested on Title, then he or she signs all the collateral (non-ob) docs because the property is in a marital state, right? So, wouldn't she need to sign "co-borrower" line on the top of 1003 -- as a NON-BORROWING spouse WITH community property rights?
1003 wording: This application is designed to be completed by the applicant(s) with the Lender’s assistance. Applicants should complete this form as “Borrower” or “Co-Borrower,” as applicable. Co-Borrower information must also be provided (and the appropriate box checked) when the income or assets of a person other than the Borrower (including the Borrower’s spouse) will be used as a basis for loan qualification or the income or assets of the Borrower’s spouse or other person who has community property or similar rights pursuant to applicable state law will not be used as a basis for loan qualification, but his or her liabilities must be considered because the spouse or other person who has community property or similar rights and the Borrower resides in a community property state, the security property is located in a community property state, or the Borrower is relying on other property located in a community property state as a basis for repayment of the loan.
If this is an application for joint credit, Borrower and Co-Borrower each agree that we intend to apply for joint credit
Posted by NVLSlady/VA at 5/18/2013 2:01:00 PM
|Purchased my 1st mobile web domain (.mobi). Now what? How many already use?|
If Aaron is still in the house, may I pm you? Gracias!
|Are 4-Star Companies contributing to lowball acceptance?|
Posted by NVLSlady/VA at 5/5/2013 8:04:00 PM
|Viewed 4-star in SC but out of 7 comments posted for this year, 5 were negative - and mostly about Slow/60-day pay.|
Could it be possible that this unacceptable "accounting" behavior be accounting at least in part for the proliferation of notaries accepting much too low (and disrespectful of their true worth) signing fees? What self-employed person can wait 60 days to be paid?!! Realistically, if such were the state of my outstanding funds, how could I refuse a $60 order (if that made the difference in getting slapped with a $40 bank charge, late fee, addtl interest on credit, etc.) that paid within less than half the time some of the so-called 4-star companies are taking to pay?
Please don't rate a company with high marks if they pay longer than 30 days! If that's "their policy" it needs to be overhauled with a more respectable one.
|Red Flag . . . or nothing to be concerned about?|
Posted by NVLSlady/VA at 4/24/2013 11:31:00 PM
|Had a FHA refi where subject property was in one county but signing location was in a hotel in diff county. When they see my certificates with the "wrong" county will they question?|
Just wondering with FHA strict underwriting and occupancy requirements (borrower had lots of HUD stuff to fill in declaring residency status)
|LockDown:Are MA/Boston area notaries canceling appointments? n/m|
Posted by NVLSlady/VA at 4/19/2013 7:23:00 AM
|Lottery "Winners" (GNW)|
Posted by NVLSlady/VA at 4/12/2013 9:45:00 PM
|Call for gnw: She was representing a group of mega jackpot players. They have some kind of a pool going. I asked Where'd they get the idea to get a notary. Explained I could acknowledge signatures (12 altogether). She said OK and all twelve will be present after Sun. church! Told her to make sure everyone has ID.|
$3/signature?? then travel
I'll have to revise my standard ack to make room for all the names!
Think I can get "commission" from "winnings"??????
|Word of the Day: Percipient|
Posted by NVLSlady/VA at 4/12/2013 2:07:00 PM
\ per-SIP-ee-uhnt \ , adjective;
1. having perception; discerning; discriminating: a percipient choice of wines.
2. perceiving or capable of perceiving.
1. a person or thing that perceives.
I called a 4.5 star!! signing service today who sent me a package: Dear Prospective #### Notary . . . Your responsibilities will include traveling to the borrower's home or office and witnessing and acknowledging the borrower's signature on all closing documents for a fee of $50.00 (yes, fifty dollars).
With all the self-control I could muster, I called for clarification. I was told that it was "an old package" and to cross out and enter my own fee; however, the nice gentleman added some samples (depending on location/distance), including $75 for overnight docs and $100-$125 for edocs. OK. so I was relieved.
Always good to counter and ask for more info. There may be some "old" info, institutions, etc. needing updating and overhauling . . . just don't settle for any metal (Go for the gold!)
"To be percipient, I must choose my work, along with my words, well - and percipient enough to know when NOT to betray my lack of sense, sensitivity or propriety." - M. Moore 04.12.13
|CA 593-C/E and then some|
Posted by NVLSlady/VA at 4/5/2013 9:22:00 AM
|Unfamiliar territory here.|
These tax/property disclosure reports make up over half the package I received. They look like something the seller should have already filled in??
Also, not sure why notary has to be the one to print the 50+ pages of info that requires no signatures!
|Check of Certificate Wording|
Posted by NVLSlady/VA at 4/4/2013 5:39:00 PM
|Not for: notaries who have no qualms about non-notarial acts (and have good signing agent coverage)|
Caught some "new" wording on the notarial certificate -Affidavit of Survey- the next morning AFTER the signing: "signed and delivered in my presence."
WHAT was signed and delivered? The survey? The document/affidavit itself? Anyway, with "fresh" eyes after I had notarized the night before, I changed the wording in the certificate to jurat wording. How would others handle?
btw, there was a legal doc, Notice to VA loan applicants where I missed little dash lines __ __ __ TOP BODY OF the document for borrowers initials, so I guess reviewing later was a good idea. So funny, we dislike the "readers" who take so much time on the signing; however, now the notary has to Read every line! I don't know how I'm going to grow to the 15 minute close at this rate . . .
|Jurat or ACK on "copies"?|
Posted by NVLSlady/VA at 3/31/2013 10:26:00 PM
|Oldies but goodies . . . found info I needed on this 2011 thread Msg #392203 (and another). My question would be: As we cannot tell signer which to use, how is stamp choice determined on multiple copies?|
btw, Told signer in question to wait (I wanted to research). Love the NR responses to having signer attest, then I notarize signature (only).
Posted by NVLSlady/VA at 3/27/2013 10:42:00 PM
|Who takes responsibility for updating? Or does "updating" mean removing out of business companies?|
I find so many, but just move on.
Is that the responsible thing to do or . . . report??
Posted by NVLSlady/VA at 3/23/2013 6:21:00 PM
|I don't get called much for weekend signings - and not sure why; generally I'm fine with Sat, just NOT at 8 am! What's funny is, I had just gotten in from a signing last night, then got a call from TS for this morning. When I asked the time, I was sorry I even asked.|
I said I could do it if the docs were ready (I just knew they wouldn't be!) AND if the borrower could push it back one hour. Miracles of miracles, docs WERE ready (Chase). I called borrower around 7 pm to confirm and SHE SAID "I thought it was canceled because they couldn't find anyone to do it!" I said, "yea, I think it was that sunrise (8am) signing." She was Perfectly fine with 9.
As for me, I had a perfectly wonderful short scenic drive in the Plains of VA and spent time with a most pleasant lady.
Who says Sat signings have to be boring!!
p.s. I must be one of those "lazy" notaries, 'cause I don't see me leaving before 8am Sat morning (except in rare cases)
|Printers (giggle)- Archive #119,400, 022|
Posted by NVLSlady/VA at 3/15/2013 3:45:00 PM
|Hmm . . . Lemme see. It's Fri so I'll humor the board with a "Printer pick" question:|
Does anyone place any consideration to Noise/sound when selecting (and rating) a printer? Also, would it depend on whether it's being used in your soho office or "street"?
Also, if you use an exceptionally quiet printer, would you mind listing the model in the Subject line (ex. Cannon2111 - Quiet or HP5555 - Not so quiet)?
Thank You and have a nice weekend
Search in ZIP Code: 20191
Specializing in Professional Mortgage Document Signings, Real Estate Loan Documents, Reverse Mortgages,
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OR CORRECTED HUDS ARE NO PROBLEM FROM THE CLOSING TABLE.
| ||This profile was last updated on 7/24/2013 4:30:00 PM.|
| ||24 Hr Service: Yes|
| ||Has Laser Printer: Yes|
| ||Home Inspections: Yes|
| ||Weddings: Yes|
| ||Additional languages: Bengali|