I did my first reverse mortgage loan, and it took about 3 hours. The signer was very detailed with explaining all the paperwork that he was turning in, so that took about an hour. Plus with it being an elderly couple, they needed a few breaks in between signing. Since it was my first time doing this kind of signing, I had a few questions for the escrow company so I called them in the middle of the signing to get them answered. After speaking to the representative over the phone, he was impressed with my professionalism, and asked if I would be interested in doing more of these kinds of signings for them. I told him I would if I could work with them directly instead of through a signing agency. He said that would be great and to send over my credentials along with my fees. So my question is, do most reverse loan signings normally take this much time or was this just a rare case and also it being my first one played a factor in it. Should I charge more for it being a reverse mortgage?