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 Average selling price of a house hits $507,000 in Q2
Posted by grapebed on 6/21/22 10:45am

Real estate agents and mortgage brokers participate in the rise in prices. Their commissions are higher.
Notaries incomes have crashed. New notaries wake up and smell the coffee. How can you possibly survive in this type of economic environment? Don't waste your money on "notary boot camps" and "notary educational courses or videos".

Why would any rational person want to "learn" about a side gig that will likely lose money or be marginally profitable? Personally, I don't want to be "educated" on how to lose money.

There are more notary educational courses out there than courses for medical students who want to be neurosurgeons. What's going on?

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