TRAVELING NOTARY SERVICES
- Able To Meet Same Day Appointment Requests
- Our Notaries Are Certified By The National Notary Association
- Bonded And Insured
Understanding Notary Services
Many types of documents require notarization, from power of attorney forms to paperwork needed for bank and investment accounts. Notary publics (i.e., notaries) are appointed or commissioned by state governments to verify the identities of people signing these important legal and financial documents.
When a notary witnesses a signature on a document and adds a signature and stamp or seal, the notary is attesting that he or she has verified the signer’s identity and that the person signing knew what the document was and signed it without duress.
It can be difficult and time-consuming to try to find a notary and to travel to his or her location to have documents notarized. The mobile notary service offered by One Source Process brings the notary to you at a pre-arranged time and place, streamlining the process and removing a potential source of stress.
A certified, bonded and insured traveling notary can notarize any document requiring notarization. Some of the most common types of documents our notaries handle include:
- Mortgage loan documents (including residential and commercial purchases, refinances, HELOC documents, loan modifications, reverse mortgages, and more)
- Power of attorney documents
- Commercial and residential leases
- Real estate deeds
Simply schedule your appointment for mobile notary services in Washington, D.C. or Hawaii with One Source Process and we will come to your location. When notarizing a document, our traveling notaries will verify the identities of all people signing the documents using their state- or federal-issued identification (such as driver’s licenses or passports); will watch the signatures; and will then sign themselves and apply their notary stamps/seals to the documents.
A 24/7 Traveling Notary Service
Whether you need mobile notary services in Washington, D.C. or need a Hawaii notary, One Source Process can help. We currently offer traveling notary services in Washington, D.C. and the entire state of Hawaii.
Signing real estate closing documents, loan paperwork or other legal documents can be stressful enough without having to worry about where, when and how to find a qualified notary. One Source Process’ experienced mobile notaries take some of the stress out of the process, providing reliable and professional notarization where and when you need it.
Arranging for a mobile notary in Hawaii or Washington, D.C. is convenient, can save you time and money, and might ensure documents are signed and notarized correctly and efficiently.
- Professional appearance and demeanor
- Receive additional training under the National Notary Association’s academic program
- Receive background check through the National Notary Association
- Bonded and insured
Real Estate Transactions:
- HELOC (Home Equity Line of Credit)
- Reverse Mortgage
Traveling Notary Fees
- We offer our traveling notarization service only in Washington, D.C. and Hawaii
- Surcharge of $.05 per page for documents over 20 pages
|$65||Per address up to three notaries and 15 minutes waiting time|
|$95||Per real-estate signing/transaction (refinance, reverse mortgage, purchase, sale,HELOC, ect.)|
|$25||For same-day appointments|
|$50||For appointments made within 3 hours|
We offer the lowest base rate pricing available on all of our services. However, if your company has an average of 50+ job requests for any one of our services a month, please contact our office toll free 800-668-5448 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about special volume pricing.
When you or your clients need documents notarized, choose One Source Process. We are a recognized leader in the legal services industry with a reputation for excellence and the ability to process requests efficiently — including same-day service needs. What’s more, we are committed to providing the highest level of customer satisfaction with every interaction.
Contact us today to learn more and to schedule an appointment for mobile notary services in Washington, D.C. or Hawaii — where, and when, you need notarization.