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Borrowers will ask you what every piece of paper means and will try to get you to decipher never-ending stream of legalize contained therein but guess what? You don’t have to explain anything to them; in fact, you’re not legally allowed to because you are not a lawyer (unless you’re also a lawyer—in that case, kudos for you). You simply explain that you are there only to witness signing of documents and you refer their questions back to their lender.
How much do you get paid? There are various factors that come into play, such as location, how long you’ve had to build up a clientele, client’s policies, etc. but you can figure as a complete newbie, to make about $75 a signing. Not bad for an hour’s worth of work eh? Soon you might even be able to tell Mr. Burns to go shove it.
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