Bringing notarization into the 21st Century
Last year, a Chicago couple made history when they closed on their home online using a Virginia notary and a Texas title company. It was the start of a revolution.
Since then, homeowners from across the country have used the Notarize for Mortgage platform to complete their closings at their convenience and on their terms. Today, we're proud to add the first southwest Florida closing to the list.Read more
Half of all homebuyers today use technology to research and purchase the home of their dreams. That’s why companies like Redfin expect digital closings to become more common in the near future.
As the home buying process moves online, there are plenty of questions about what’s next for the mortgage industry.Read more
Our mission at Notarize is to build technologies that support life’s most important moments. We completed the first online mortgage closing, and continue to develop and refine our focus to get people into the home of their dreams sooner.
Today, we're excited to share that Redfin customers can now close on their homes using Notarize, no matter where they are.Read more
The Notarize community appreciates the everyday sacrifices of our men and women in uniform. As the nation comes together to celebrate Veteran’s Day, we’d like to show our gratitude by offering free online notarizations to active military, veterans, and their families through the end of November.Read more
At the 2018 REALTORS® Conference and Expo in Boston earlier this week, the NAR Board of Directors approved a policy that supports the adoption of remote notarization laws, regulations, and standards. As part of this effort, NAR will work with interested groups and federal agencies to actively facilitate remote notarization adoption across the mortgage ecosystem.Read more
The 2018 midterm elections are just around the corner. If you can’t make it to the polls on November 6th but still want your voice heard, you’ll need to submit an absentee ballot.
In states such as South Dakota, a notary public must sign and notarize your absentee ballot as a measure of security to confirm your identity.Read more