My name is Jennifer Cooper, and I am well known for being a convergent thinker in the business world. I handle difficult situations and bring them to resolution in a reasonable amount of time. This skill set has been incredibly beneficial as a Notary Loan Signing Agent. Being a notary requires being an expert in California identity laws and regulations and taking that information to the client to complete whatever task they have that needs completion.
To be a loan signing agent, and the best you can be-it requires a complete understanding of the Real estate and Mortgage industry and regulations. Before I launched this new career I spent a reasonable amount of time getting the industry-specific training that I needed to excel and be the utmost professional in this industry. I strive to make the loan signing experience relaxed, professional, timely, and 100% accurate. I aim to represent the agency that hired me with class, grace, and expertise.
This industry requires education and training. Notaries and Loan Signing Agents are dealing with very personal and private information; information that will allow individuals to buy a house, or take care of financial or family issues if a family member is ill or incarcerated. To handle this information-not just with care, compassion, and professionalism - but within the boundaries and laws laid out by the California Secretary of State, one has to seek out the best and most consistent training and education.
I am not an attorney and therefore, by law, cannot explain or interpret the contents of any document for you, instruct you on how to complete a document, or direct you on the advisability of signing a particular document. By doing so, I would be engaging in the ‘unauthorized practice of law’ and could face legal penalties that include the possibility of losing my commission, and even fines and jail time.