I desire to post consistently to my blog; however, my notary business has been booming. I prayed for my business to increase and it did in September. Most people think a notary doesn’t make any more than $5 to $10 per appointment. In some cases, that’s the going rate. Nevertheless, some notaries make over $100K.
Some appointments will pay up to $200 for an hour or two worth of work. Yes, I’ve had those appointments. When the economy goes south, notarial work increases.
When I started my mobile notary business over 2.5 years ago, I never set out to be anything other than a loan signing agent (LSA). Basically, I contract with mortgage lenders to service their customers. As an LSA, I also work with annuity and ID verification companies. In order to become an LSA, you must have a background check and pass a signing agent exam.
Generally, I receive a text message about work in my area. I can accept or decline it. Some companies may call you.
I pride myself on providing a great customer experience, which leads to repeat customers. This also causes lenders to request me as their preferred notary. Relationship building is a must when growing this business. I network with the schedulers from various signing companies. I always keep in touch with closing attorneys.
If you are interested in learning more, email me at email@example.com. My rates start at $100 for a 1.5-hour session. I help get you completely set up. Before last month, I would help people get started for free. But my time is extremely limited.
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