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SUNY Broome Continuing Education Course Catalog Spring Registration is now open! > Professional Development > Professional Skills

Become a NYS Notary Signing Agent   

If you are currently a NY Notary Public and always wanted to explore earning additional income with your current Notary Commission, this seminar is for you! The thriving real estate and refinancing markets have companies scrambling to hire Notary Signing Agents to help meet their increased business demands. After completing this basic introductory course, you will have the opportunity to work on a freelance basis in your own independent business by working with mortgage, title and signing companies who will hire you on a per job assignment earning from $75 to $150 or more for notarizing and presenting mortgage loan documents. All materials are included in this course which features a step-by-step guide book, sample loan documents, 20-page mortgage glossary and a YouTube mock loan signing.


In summary, lenders offering loans across the country rely greatly on QUALIFIED Notary Signing Agents. Usually lenders, seek independent Notary Signing Agents to handle transactions on a local basis depending on where the real estate is located for the convenience of the borrower.


This class will be online through Zoom. You will receive a Zoom invitation prior to class. You must have Zoom downloaded on your computer and have a webcam, audio (microphone) and internet to take this class.

The instructor will present this seminar using real life scenarios through his over 25 years of notary mobile signing experiences and hundreds of mortgage-signing closings in the State of New York.

  • Become a NYS Notary Signing Agent 
  • Fee: $59.00
    Item Number: SP23CSCS35101
    Dates: 4/20/2023 - 4/20/2023
    Times: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Days: Th
    Sessions: 1
    Location: , NY
    Online Course Zoom
    Instructor: Victor Bujanow
    Students must be 17 years of age or older. Refunds issued up to 5 business days before any course's starting date or stated registration deadline.
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