These live courses are offered one Saturday per month
This is an introductory course for new notaries and signing agents or those needing additional training in the field of mobile notary services. This course provides an understanding of proper notarization technique, notary guidelines as it is spelled out in the Virginia Notary Handbook and an open forum for questions, common issues and open discussion.
This is an advanced, real estate settlement inspired training class that focuses on teaching participants the meaning of and how to explain documents found in real estate settlement packages. Participants will also be taught about the different types of real estate settlements, verbiage used and how to manage customer objections. This course focuses on how to properly present, execute and notarize documents relative to real estate settlements.
This is a hybrid or the introductory and advanced courses. It touches briefly on notary regulations and signing agent essentials, then dives into the topics covered in the Advanced Signing Agent Document Training. This course is for existing signing agents.
These courses are offered online and are available for in-browser viewing.
This course breaks down the most common real estate settlement statements providing an explanation of the fields and sample audio of a settlement statement being presented.
This course reviews the elements of a residential Deed of Trust and provides a explanation of how to sufficiently review it with a signer.
This course reviews the elements of a residential Note and provides an explanation of how to sufficiently review it with a signer.
This course is a review of the Uniform Residential Loan Application, commonly referred to as the "1003 ("ten-oh-three") and provides an explanation of how to sufficiently review it with a signer.
This course reviews the elements of the Addendum to the Uniform Residential Loan Application that is used for FHA and VA loans.
This course reviews proper execution of the 4506 and 4506-T that are used to re-verify signer income.
This course how to explain and execute the W-9 and W-8 forms that are used for mortgage interest reporting.
This course explains what a purchase is versus what a refinance is, how to tell the difference and why knowing the difference is crucial.
This course reviews multiple variations of the Name Affidavit documents and how to properly execute them.
This course reviews common additional disclosures often included in residential loan packages and provides examples and explanations on appropriately reviewing them (Borrower Authorization, Net Tangible Benefit Disclosure, Amortization Schedule, Occupancy Certification, Document Correction Agreement, Hazard/Flood Disclosure, Autopay form, Property Condition Certification, Privacy Notice, Affiliated Business Arrangement, Escrow Disclosure, First Payment Letter, Servicing Fees Disclosure).
This course reviews variations of the Patriot Act/Identification Forms that are often found in lender packages and how to properly complete them.
This course reviews examples of and provides explanations for the various versions of title affidavits that are commonly found in real estate settlement packages.