Anyone who is a loan signing agent in Massachusetts?

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Hello everyone I was just curious about becoming a notary and trying to make some extra cash on the side as a mortgage loan signing agent I do know that Massachusetts is an attorney state but I'm sure there are people out there that are successfully doing what I am think of doing any tips/advice is much appreciated.

Maybe try contacting some of the larger law firms and title companies and see if they need a runner to meet clients on the road or in their homes to sign documents. 

Are you thinking of moving to MA? I don;t think you can become a notary in MA without being a resident.

As far as I know the witness closing companies require you to be a notary AND an attorney to do a closing in MA.

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