Loan Signing Agent

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Loan Signing Agent

loan signing agent bay area mobile notaryAnyone who owns a home knows that over the last 5 years interest rates have fallen to incredibly low levels  not seen since the 1950’s. If you have a mortgage on your home, there’s a good chance you’ve worked with your mortgage broker to re-fi (re-finance) your mortgage to take advantage of these incredibly low rates.


Bay Area Mobile Notary – My Partners

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Many professional service businesses such as mortgage brokers, real estate agents, travel agents and financial services representatives require the use of a notary public when serving their clients, but don’t have the resources to keep a notary public on staff.

Because the notary performing the acknowledgement or jurat  may not benefit from the documents being notarized, the professional service provider is forbidden from acting as the notary public.

Over the years I’ve built a network of referral partners who often utilize my services when working with their clients. These are some of the best professionals in their field and I have personally used many of their services.

Bellow is a brief list of some of the most common requests I receive – if you have a specific request, feel free to call or email me any time.

Placing Assets into a LLC


Placing Assets into a LLC

So you’ve decided to create an LLC to hold and protect your assets. Once you’ve formed your LLC you’ll need to move your assets into the LLC, thus changing the ownership of the asset from you as an individual, to the entity that is your LLC.

Real EstateLLC Asset Placement – If you plan to place Real Estate into your LLC you’ll likely use a Deed of Trust to change the formal ownership. This document will need to be signed and notarized by all parties who control an interest in the Real Estate affected.

Most other forms of property / assets can be placed into the LLC without the use of a notary. Legal Zoom.Com offers an informative article describing the process of moving assets to an LLC in more detail on their website.