Certified Notary Signing Agent |
Remote Online Notary (RON)
NNA NSA Certified
National Notary Association Notary Signing Agents (NSAs) are certified to facilitate mortgage closings. This designation shows that I am:
- Certified as a Notary Signing Agent
- Compliant with real estate industry regulations that require the safeguarding of borrowers’ private financial information
- Committed to standards of ethics that access to confidential financial information entails
- Part of a select group within the nation’s largest and most active Notary association
- Background screened
Remote Online Notary (RON)
Legally commissioned notary public who is authorized to conduct notarizations over the internet via digital tools and a live audio video call.
E & O Insured
Errors and omissions insurance (E&O) is a type of professional liability insurance that protects companies, their workers, and other professionals against claims of inadequate work or negligent actions.
A Notary bond is a financial guarantee Notaries purchase from a surety company. The bond ensures that, as a Notary, I will fulfill all obligations to protect the public from financial harm resulting from any wrongdoing on my part when performing notarial duties.
Allyson Richards Dixon
NNA Certified Notary Signing Agent | Remote Online Notary
I have a diverse background in the real estate and human resources industries: I’ve been a human resources analyst, a realtor, and a transaction coordinator. In everything I do, I rely on my extensive experience creating and organizing systems to help get the job done quickly and easily. I’m proud to offer that same skill and attention to detail with my services as a notary signing agent.
You need a notary signing agent on your team who can ensure all parties and documents are authentic, that all your i’s dotted and your t’s crossed, so every signing goes off without a hitch. I’m flexible to suit your schedule, and I’ll meet you where you are. So, where do you need me?
How to Prepare for Your Notary Appointment
- 1. Bring Current ID
- 2. Make Sure Name Matches (Exactly)
- 3. Signer and Notary can Communicate
- 4. Be Willing, Ready, & of Sound Mind
- 5. Have Your Documents Ready
All signers will have a valid Government Issued Identification at notary appointment. Some examples of valid IDs are:
- Driver’s License / State ID
- Military ID
All signers IDs must match the name indicated on the document for a notary to identify you.
All signers must speak and understand the same language as the notary conducting the transaction.
All signers must be openly willing and capable to sign the document on their own accord. A notary is unable to proceed with transaction if their are signs of unwillingness, duress, coercion. All signers must also be of sound mind and competent and display the mental capacity to discern the magnitude of the situation.
By law, all documents being notarized are to be filled entirely before notarization. A notary is unable to draft or assist with completion of documents.
*Contact the issuer of the document or seek an Attorney's assistance for completing forms.
I welcome the opportunity to become a part of your team.
My goal is to provide nothing less than exceptional loan closing services to you and your clients.
Contact me today and let’s get started!