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What happens when a transaction expires?

Learn what happens when a business, title, or lender initiated transactions expires.
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Written by Cleo Wolf
Updated over a week ago

What is Notarize for Mortgage & Real Estate?

Step-by-Step Instructions for Mortgage Transactions with Notarize
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Written by Cleo Wolf
Updated over a week ago

Why Am I seeing a charge of $0-$1 from Notarize?

Learn more about preauthorizations and why they are used
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Written by Cleo Wolf
Updated over a week ago

Do Banks Notarize Documents?

Fewer branches offer notary public services and some banks are limiting the service to just their current customers.
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Written by Michaela Stice
Updated over a week ago

What is a HELOC (Home Equity Line of Credit)?

Learn more about Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC) transactions
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Written by Cleo Wolf
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What is a Notary Signing Agent?

( Also known as a NSA. )
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Written by Michaela Stice
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Can Notarize complete Wills, Deeds, Trusts, and POAs?

Details about our ability (or not) to notarize Wills, Deeds, Trusts, and Power of Attorney Documents
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Written by Cleo Wolf
Updated this week

What type of IDs do for notarizing a document? [Mortgage]

​Mortgage or refinance transactions have unique ID requirements. This document lists acceptable forms of ID to meet these requirements.
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Written by Cleo Wolf
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What Is Notarization?

Wondering what it means to have a document notarized? Never had a document notarized? Get started here!
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Written by Cleo Wolf
Updated over a week ago

What is an eNote?

We are making the last step in the mortgage process a better experience for all!
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Written by Michaela Stice
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What is an Affiant?

The definition of an Affiant is as follows:
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Written by Michaela Stice
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What is an Attorney in Fact?

( An agent as referred to in some states. )
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Written by Michaela Stice
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What is a Mobile Notary or Traveling Notary?

A Mobile Notary or Traveling Notary is a notary public who travels to meet clients in-person.
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Written by Michaela Stice
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What types of documents might be included in my Mortgage Refinance package?

Document definitions for mortgage refinance transactions.
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Written by Cleo Wolf
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What's involved in notarizing a document online?

Step by step instructions for using Notarize.
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Written by Cleo Wolf
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Pricing

Learn about what it costs to use Notarize!
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Written by Cleo Wolf
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What If I Have Multiple Documents That Require Notarization?

Learn how Notarize can assist in initiating transactions with multiple documents.
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Written by Bryan Perdomo
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How is Notarize Different from Traditional Notarization Services?

What is an electronic notarization? How does this work?
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Written by Cleo Wolf
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What is The PS1583?

The PS1583 Form is the Application for Delivery of Mail Through Agent form supplied the the USPS.
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Written by Michaela Stice
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What is the 212243 form (Issuance of a Passport to a Minor)?

The U.S. Department of State requires a parent complete the 212243 form to issue a passport to any minor under the age of 16.
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Written by Michaela Stice
Updated over a week ago

What is a Minor Travel Consent Form and how do I get it notarized?

It is required by most airlines and travel organizations to notarize this letter of consent for a minor to travel in many cases
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What types of ID are allowed on Form PS 1583s?

There are unique ID requirements defined by the US Postal Service for completing the Form PS1583. This document explains these requirements:
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Written by Cleo Wolf
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What form of ID is acceptable for online notarization?

See this list of ID types that are acceptable for use on the Notarize platform.
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Written by Anna B
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What are the safety and security features of electronic notarization from Notarize?

Electronic notarizations completed by Notarize offer an unprecedented level of security and verifiability. Here's how.
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Written by Michaela Stice
Updated over a week ago

How does Notarize Secure Your Personal Confidential Information?

Notarize takes security and privacy very seriously.
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Written by Michaela Stice
Updated over a week ago