Learn with Eden
Notary Training Course
Notary PUBLIC Education Course
REAL ESTATE FILES & GENERAL NOTARY WORK
Eden Chase will share the process and techniques she uses to navigate notary signing agent transactions. Learn what signing services, real estate attorney’s, title, and escrow companies expect completed files to look like.
Experienced notaries public and those just coming into the industry will all benefit from the course content. Allow Ms Eden to share the techniques she has used to successfully complete thousands of different signing transactions, as both a notary signing agent for real estate transactions and a notary public performing general notary work. She’ll take you through her process, from arriving at the signer’s location to saying goodbye. Simplified signing scenarios will be used so focus can be placed on document presentation and description.
If you are an experienced notary public you may enjoy a deeper dive into various document types and the best signing practices that have worked for Ms Eden. She will cover: witnesses, establishing competency, ID verification, real estate file types such as seller, buyer, refinance, reverse mortgage, jurat, signer statements, acknowledgments, general notary work, and more. She’ll teach you how she does post signing file review. She’ll also share her technique for quickly looking for critical boxes that may need to be marked by a signer to allow or disallow permissions to execute the specific document. The training is typically around 5 hours + with one or more breaks. The training can take place equally well in person or on Zoom.
Notary education – the fine print…
* These courses do not guarantee work. I am not a certified instructor, and you will not receive any sort of Certification of Completion with me.
**Each state has different rules and regulations. You should always follow your state rules and guidelines. My course will cover the most common signing package file types. There will be some differences between the documents depending on the type of the file, size of the file, if the file is a hybrid signing, or other state required documents placed in the file. Should you have questions regarding your specific state’s rules and regulations, you may contact your local secretary of state office.