3 Reasons To Have a Preferred Notary

Top 3 Reasons You Should Have a Preferred Notary

During any important transaction, whether it be real estate or estate planning, you have someone or a group of people that are an integral part of your team. In a real estate transaction, you may have your go-to real estate agent or broker that has your back and is always there to guide you through the buying and selling process. During estate planning, you would have an attorney who represents you and your interests, someone who is there to guide you through protecting your assets.

But what about the document signing process, the notarizations?

Who is your go-to person for that? Do you have a notary on YOUR team?

In most cases, you probably don’t. A Notary is not typically someone you think about until you need them at that very (and often last) moment. But just like in real estate and estate planning, you wouldn’t generally grab the first agent or attorney you find. You ask your questions, get referrals, and review their past and present work.

Why wouldn’t you do that with a notary?

If a document is not signed and notarized correctly, that could have some ill wanted effects. The last thing you need is for funding to be delayed or worse have the whole process you’ve been diligently working through come to ruin. All because the notary that you had chosen did not do their job correctly – they missed signatures, they forgot to notarize a document, they didn’t follow instructions, horrible customer service, etc.

Here are the top 3 reasons why you should have a preferred notary on your team:

  • They know that they are on your team and as such, represent you and are an extension of you and your business. We’ve got your back!
  • You need someone you can trust to get the job done, i.e. don’t miss signatures, initials, or notarizations, drop documents off timely, etc.
  • When you need them, they are there. No matter the time or place. It’s the end of the month and closing needs to have happened yesterday, we’re there! Have documents needing to be signed at 6 a.m., no problem!

Don’t let this integral part of the process be overlooked. Let us at Go Notary, LLC. be a part of your team!

1 Comment

  • Jesse Ford Reply

    I like how you mentioned that someone you don’t usually think about at the last moment when signing documents is notaries. My wife and I are thinking of looking for a notary because we’re thinking about buying some property out in the country since we’re considering building our dream house there. It seems like a good idea for us to think about hiring a reputable professional to witness us signing legal documents so that everything can be as official as possible.

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