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FAQs – Professional Escrow Resources
FAQs2019-04-01T23:16:28+00:00
Frequently Asked Questions
May I find my own Notary?2019-02-12T18:08:29+00:00

Yes, however please use one of the Title Industry’s “approved notaries”. Just let us know and we will provide you with the most current list of notaries in your area.

Do I have to come into your office?2019-02-12T18:03:02+00:00

No you do not. We love our in office signings, but if we’re not conveniently located, the documents may be delivered to your inbox (for you to print, sign and return for recording), mailed to your residence; OR you may add Mobile Notary Services to be brought to your door.

Will you assist with a Mobile Notary?2019-02-12T18:03:45+00:00

Yes. Mobile Notary Services may be added to your Order. We will arrange for a certified Mobile Notary to come to your home or office location. Just ask your Document Preparation Specialist to make the arrangements when discussing the details of your Order.

Do you have branch offices?2019-02-12T18:04:28+00:00

Contact our main number to find out if this is a branch location in your area.

How long does the process take?2019-02-12T18:05:01+00:00

Our standard turnaround time to prepare your documents for signature is usually around 5-10 business days – depending on the size of your Order.

Is “rush” service available2019-04-01T23:17:51+00:00

Yes. If you require faster service, inquire about our expedited services. Often we are able to have your documents complete for signature within a few short hours of completion of your Order.

Why do you need to know the property address?2019-02-12T18:07:53+00:00

Providing the property address will enable your Document Specialist to provide a more accurate quote for services. Very often there are nuances to the way title is held such as:

  • Property is held in a Trust, Corporation or an LLC rather than by an Individual;
  • Property is owned by a person who is deceased and needs to be removed;
  • There is a community property interest of an undisclosed spouse that must be addressed;
  • The legal description is a “metes and bounds” description and may be subject to an additional work charge.