Jennifer has been a notary since 1996, providing notary services while working in various law offices as a real estate paralegal. In 2008 she became an independent notary; things really took off in 2010.
“In 2010 I completed my first mobile signing, and have never looked back,” says Jennifer.
After more than 25 years as a notary, Jennifer remains passionate about her profession.
“It is very rewarding being a small, but important part in a customer’s real estate transaction,” says Jennifer. “Even if it was a bumpy ride getting to the end, it’s always a great feeling when the transaction ends with the borrower smiling.”
On those occasions when a bumpy ride does occur, Jennifer is ready to step up with empathy and extra effort to resolve the situation.
“Recently I arrived at an appointment with a man whose wife had recently passed away. The title company wanted to adjourn the signing because they were missing the death certificate. The borrower was certain that he had sent it in and was not happy about having the signing adjourned. I was able to scan the death certificate and send it to the title company. It was approved and the signing went ahead as planned.”
Being personable and professional is a combination that every notary should aim for.
“The best compliment I have ever received was from a wealth management signing. At the end of the appointment, the signer said to me that I was very personable and professional and that it was a rare quality for someone to have both. His comment touched my heart.”