Putting my notary stamp into 'early retirement'

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In the topic: Statement of Information: beginning, middle, or end?, I mentioned that I prefer to put this document at the very end.  Mostly because it's time consuming, and I can use that time for reviewing the loan documents.

But there are certain documents that should be at the very beginning, and not at the end.  For example, the HUD Settlement Statement.  Apart from that, I pretty much leave the documents in the stacking order.

notarizeHowever, there are others documents, apart from the settlement statement, that I prefer to have near the top, and get them out of the way -- notarized documents

The flow of the signing goes smoother if all of the 'swearing and stamping' is gotten out of the way.

 

 

notary stamps in bagAnd it allows me to put my notary stamp back in my bag -- into 'early retirement'.

Good luck

 

 

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Rainer
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Mary Ellen Elmore
Nunnelly, TN

This is a good practice and you are so right, but I have lots of companies that will penalize you for not sending the documents back in the exact order in which they were sent.

March 07, 2009 05:12 PM #1
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Leon Austin
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I put them back in the order after the signing.

March 08, 2009 03:59 AM #2
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