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You should always negotiate as most offers are way too low
Posted by Lee/AR of AR on 6/26/24 10:02pm Msg #648741
BUT, there are just too many notaries available in a very slow market and the job will most likely go to the cheapest one who has been told to take 'em all to get your name out there and then the money will start rolling in. Trust me, it won't. Everybody is hurting...Lenders/LOs, Title co.s, SS are all trying to survive the worst market in about 30 years.
There also seems to be a lot of new SS (seemingly started by notaries, LOs...probably a few laid off TC employees, too), who are starving and figure getting a big cut of many notaries fees is the way to riches.

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 Another point about Notary work unworthy -  Cheryl Elliott on 6/25/24 8:00am
 Re: Another point about Notary work unworthy -  Cheryl Elliott on 6/25/24 8:16am
 Re: Another point about Notary work unworthy -  Yoli/CA on 6/25/24 9:51am
 Re: Another point about Notary work unworthy - jnew on 6/25/24 10:35am
 Bingo!!! -  JanetK_CA on 6/25/24 2:43pm
 Add Luxury Signings n/m -  Cheryl Elliott on 6/25/24 12:31pm
 Re: Add Luxury Signings - Bravo on 6/26/24 5:52pm
 ADD Mortgage Connect -  Cheryl Elliott on 6/30/24 7:57pm
 Re: Another point about Notary work unworthy - sweetsignTx on 6/26/24 9:29pm
 You should always negotiate as most offers are way too low - Lee/AR on 6/26/24 10:02pm
 Re: Another point about Notary work unworthy -  Cheryl Elliott on 6/27/24 10:54am
 ADD The Closing Group -  Cheryl Elliott on 6/29/24 9:42pm



 
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