Notary Signing Agents must become familiar with common closing documents. This page has a collection of FREE sample loan documents for you to review, print, and practice on your own. Download the files and then open with Adobe Acrobat Reader. Avoid the frustration of printing issues by remembering to print these practice loan document PDFs using Adobe Acrobat Reader. Pay attention to your printer and document settings. Loan packages often are a mix of legal and letter sized documents. Always print on correctly sized paper. Make sure text size is legible and that nothing is cut off. Learn your equipment and know how to recognize and resolve print issues.
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Other sample loan documents can be found online on many mortgage, banking/finance websites, and government websites. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in particular offer examples you may find helpful as you practice handling loan documents as a Notary Signing Agent.
Check out this old NNA article on signing agent prices: "The Truth About Notary Signing Agent Fee Discussions"
(Reading the comments section of NNA's articles can be helpful too)
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