A notary signing agent (NSA), also known as a certified signing agent (CSA) or loan signing agent (LSA), is a notary public who has been trained to handle more sensitive transactions in the real estate world.
A Signing Agent’s main responsibilities often include…
- Printing the loan document package
- Meeting with the borrowers to sign their loan documents
- Reviewing the signed package for completeness and promptly returning it to the title company or lender
Below are a few examples of the types of documents a signing agent may assist with…
- Seller Packages
- Loan Modifications
- Refinance Loans
- Purchase Loans
- Equity Loans and Lines of Credit
- Reverse Mortgage Loans
- Commercial Loans
- And more…
Is additional training legally required to be a signing agent?
No. However, it is highly recommended. Also, many signing services/title companies only work with signing agents who have completed at least one training course.
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