Aspiring Notary Publics
This course teaches you all aspects of becoming a notary public in New York, including: appointment and qualifications, public officers law, powers and duties executive law, real property law, restrictions and violations judiciary law. Practice exam given at the end of the course.
The easiest way to complete your requirements is to purchase a package below.
A Notary Signing Agent is a Notary Public who is hired as an independent contractor by either a real estate lender, a closing agent (i.e., a title or escrow firm), or a signing service to ensure that loan documents are delivered to and signed by a borrower, then notarized as necessary and returned for processing in a timely manner.
A Notary Signing Agent is very different from a closing agent. Closing agents prepare and complete documents and perform other tasks needed to complete real estate transactions. Signing agents do not draw up documents, disburse funds or provide title abstracts – they serve as impartial witnesses for signings.
NYREI’s thorough course is offered in three hour classes. Once you have learned the material and feel confident in taking a practice exam, you simply take the one hour NYS notary exam. Upon paying your fee and sending in your application, the state may take 4-6 weeks to approve your application and commission you as a notary.