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A new approach out of desperation?
Posted by  JanetK_CA of CA on 11/19/20 3:22pm Msg #626603
Or a title company that isn't used to doing remote signings?

I got a call directly from a borrower this morning about helping with a purchase signing for her and her husband. The title company sent the documents directly to them and told them to go find a notary. I've seen that often with seller packages, but in all my years, I can't remember a purchase signing like that. Could be they didn't know the borrowers were going to be elsewhere and didn't plan on a remote notary, or just didn't want to deal with it. Hopefully I'll find out. (Borrowers will be paying me directly.)

I'd be very fine with it, though, if this becomes a new trend. Smile
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 You never know the scheduler's urgency in finding a notary -  Cheryl Elliott on 11/19/20 8:31am
 Re: You never know the scheduler - Calnotary on 11/19/20 10:44am
 That was tight/narrow . . . - NVLSlady/VA on 11/19/20 2:10pm
 A new approach out of desperation? -  JanetK_CA on 11/19/20 3:22pm
 Re: A new approach out of desperation? - FeliseSoCal on 11/19/20 7:05pm
 Re: A new approach (I Like) - NVLSlady/VA on 11/19/20 7:42pm



 
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