AZ Docs is a Certified, Bonded, and Insured Loan Signing Agent Service. We have several years of mortgage and lending experience. You can be assured that we will represent you in a professional manner resulting in great customer satisfaction.
When looking for a Real Estate Signing Agent, or Notary Signing Agent, experience is a key factor. Getting it right the first time saves time and money. Finding a signing agent with real estate and/or mortgage lending experience is essential. If you are looking for a loan signing agent in the Phoenix or Tucson area give us a call.
What is a Certified Notary Signing Agent?
A Certified Notary Signing Agent, often referred to as a Real Estate Signing Agent or Loan Document Signing Agent, notaries public who have experience and training with the execution of loan documents.
What types of Loan Documents Does AZ Docs Specialize in?
We work with all loan documents. Here is a breif description of the types of leans we work with.
Refinancing a mortgage is common in Arizona as interest rates have dropped significantly throughout the years. Homeowners can refinance the loan on a primary residence, vacation home, or second property.
A purchase loan is the sale or purchase of a property. New purchase loans are the most common in the state of Arizona due to the high number of people, including many seniors, that relocate here every year.
A Home Equity Lines of Credit or HELOC is a revolving line of credit secured by a property. It can be a good option when making repairs to a home without having to add a second mortgage.
Commercial loans are used for property owned by a business, legal entity or a corporation. In Arizona, commercial loans are a must for local businesses and investors.
Construction loans are a popular option for those building a home on a property they own. They are also referred to as construction-to-permanent loans as they at some point convert to a traditional mortgage.
Reverse Mortgage Loans
Reverse mortgages are specifically for citizens 62 and older who either own their home or have a significant amount of equity. The lender makes payments in a lump sum, line of credit, or monthly payment to the borrower. And repayment is postponed as long as the person lives in the home.