Hi all, hope it’s okay I’m asking a question, I deeply appreciate you taking your time to read and respond as I know your time is valuable.
So, I already have done hours of research about the state of Tennessee. Apparently, it used to be an attorney state as older articles online say it was. I called the Secretary of State office plus local attorneys… it’s NOT an attorney state.
One of my questions is… role call for TN, anyone here in TN (I’m looking at moving to Knoxville area) staying busy with loan signing assignments?
One of my concerns… I’ve been putting feelers out by calling Knoxville title/escrow companies and asking the usual questions, do they use mobile notaries, etc. Most of them said they have in-office notaries, some local go-to notaries, and lastly about 10% of the time they will outsource. That doesn’t sound promising??
In one of the Mark Wills videos where he interviews an Escrow Officer, they were talking about that “an average officer likes to have at least 10 signing agents in their rotation”… well, the title companies I talked to in Knoxville were talking like they are already plenty well stocked.
Any thoughts on this, or better yet YOUR personal experience working Tennessee?
I am currently in South Carolina (attorney state, won’t start this career here if it’s nearly impossible). No kids. Husband wants to do this too. We can hustle 7 am - 10 pm if that’s what it takes. Can relocate anywhere… looking to start a new life with a new career.
My other question is… WHY does it look like most of the highest earning LSA’s are located in the escrow states of… you guessed it… Washington, Oregon, California, Arizona, New Mexico? Is it BETTER to move to one of those states to give ourselves the best opportunities? I can if needed, I have no strings attached in my life.
Y’all know all those youtube testimonial videos you see out there… mostly the ones Mark Wills is always putting out. I would say most of those agents making 8K+/month shown in those videos… are in the states above. Is it just a coincidence, or…?