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Re: Looking into becoming a new Loan Signing Agent in MD TIPIC
Posted by Luckydog of FL on 2/11/19 4:14pm Msg #603079
Hi Keith,
From start to finish what to expect?
1. Accept a signing and check to make sure reviews are good in SC
2. confirm with borrower the details and log that you did
3. wait for your docs and print according to PDF size 2 packages
4. drive and do your closing
5. double check your package for missed signatures and initials
6. Scan back if need be
7. drop your package
8. invoice
There is a whole lot in between that you have to know yourself before going and get your training. No one will mentor you or bring you along for privacy reasons.
We are slow, and even the best of us depending on where you live only getting 2-3 a week with full availability.
Newbies have it tough and not being available FT is going to hurt you. They only text or call you so many times and if you decline, you get taken off lists.
Maybe 2-3 a month for nights? Maybe?? Weekend are rare and probably never hire a newbie because you are on your own then.

Your profile says looking to become a Part-time Title Producer...that is different than being an NSA, unless in your state you need that requirement. Side money and side gigs are not what a title company or SS is looking for...they want experience and commitment. Even though that is your intention, I would remove that from your profile.
Good luck!


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Messages in this Thread
 Looking into becoming a new Loan Signing Agent in MD TIPIC - KeithL/MD on 2/11/19 3:30pm
 Re: Looking into becoming a new Loan Signing Agent in MD TIPIC - Luckydog on 2/11/19 4:14pm
 Re: Looking into becoming a new Loan Signing Agent in MD TIPIC - KeithL/MD on 2/12/19 11:18am
 My advice to you -"professionalize" yourself. - Linda_H/FL on 2/11/19 5:13pm
 Re: My advice to you -"professionalize" yourself. - KeithL/MD on 2/12/19 11:22am
 MD requires a Title Producers License, bond, etc. It's a -  MW/VA on 2/12/19 8:35am
 Re: MD requires a Title Producers License, bond, etc. It - KeithL/MD on 2/12/19 11:33am
 I'm sure other MD notaries have said it was more expensive -  MW/VA on 2/12/19 4:23pm
 I don't think that includes the TPL, which you MUST have -  MW/VA on 2/12/19 4:25pm
 Re: Looking.. To START - Signerbill on 2/12/19 9:39am
 Re: Looking.. To START - KeithL/MD on 2/12/19 11:36am
 <<what is a 1/3 flier to leave with? >> - BearPaw/CO on 2/12/19 12:30pm
 Honest advice - Luckydog on 2/12/19 1:58pm
 You Say You Are Not Even A Notary Yet Keith . . . - PegiT_MN on 2/12/19 3:11pm
 Re: Honest advice - KeithL/MD on 2/12/19 5:44pm
 Re: Honest advice - Luckydog on 2/12/19 5:59pm
 Re: Honest advice - KeithL/MD on 2/12/19 6:08pm
 Re: Looking.. To START -  JanetK_CA on 2/12/19 4:46pm
 Re: Looking.. To START - KeithL/MD on 2/12/19 5:39pm
 You Are Not A Notary Public - PegiT_MN on 2/12/19 6:00pm
 I agree - Luckydog on 2/12/19 6:04pm
 Re: You Are Not A Notary Public - KeithL/MD on 2/12/19 6:11pm
 Nothing wrong with Uber...a friend of mine brings in $5K -  Cheryl Elliott on 2/12/19 6:32pm
 I drove for Uber for a very short time -  Eve/VA on 2/12/19 6:58pm
 Looks like we lost Keith/MD... -  Cheryl Elliott on 2/12/19 7:01pm
 Re: Looks like we lost Keith/MD.. : ). n/m -  Eve/VA on 2/12/19 7:02pm
 LOL Cheryl . . . n/m - PegiT_MN on 2/12/19 9:12pm
 1/3 leave with... - Signerbill on 2/12/19 7:16pm
 You Were Too Late Signerbill - Keith Has Left The Building - PegiT_MN on 2/12/19 9:16pm
 Re: Looking into becoming a new Loan Signing Agent in MD TIPIC - LisaKT/CA on 2/12/19 7:11pm
 Exactly! Good advice LisaKT/CA Makes you more desirable n/m - Luckydog on 2/12/19 7:19pm
 Re: Looking into becoming a new Loan Signing Agent in MD TIPIC - KeithL/MD on 2/12/19 10:31pm
 Message Deleted - User from 72.192.96.196 on 2/13/19 5:46am
 IMHO this entire thread is bogus as there is no such person -  Cheryl Elliott on 2/13/19 8:21am



 
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