How Loan Signings Got Me Started in Field Inspections
One of the main things that got me into field inspection work was loan signings. What happened was that I needed cash flow in between deals and closings.
A fellow realtor mentioned that he got his notary license, and he said that this was a good way to earn a side income. So I looked into this.
There’s a one day course for most states to get certified as a notary public. It’s pretty straightforward. If you have ever passed anything like a real estate license test, then it will be a breeze.
Struggles with Getting Started in Loan Signings
Like field inspections, I just bounced around for a while because there was really no guidance on how to get loan signing work. Sure, the NNA (National Notary Association) had their certification for loan signing agents.
But this tells you nothing about how to build a business as a loan signing agent – much less how to make the real money of $75-200 per hour!
That’s why I partnered up with Mark Willis of the Loan Signing System. Here’s what he has to say about the 4 questions to ask before investing in a loan signing agent course.
He and I have worked out a deal where if you sign up through this exclusive FieldRep101 offer, you’ll also get one year membership into our mastermind group (worth almost $600):
Be sure to download your 9-Step Checklist to Loan Signing Success here.