Notarize for Title Agencies

Order an Online Closing

Upload your closing package to offer your client an award winning online closing.

Only pay for completed closings.
Pay by credit card.

$150 / closing session
Upload a Single Closing Package
Document prep
Manual document prep
Your title agency will upload closing package to Notarize and our team will prepare the documents for your signer
Notarize notaries execute closing
Notarize notaries execute closing
Notary Availability
Notaries available six days a week
Approved in 37 states
Underwriters will insure closings using Notarize in 37 states. The Notarize Platform can check most underwriter eligibility for you automatically. See FAQs for full details.
Credit card required
Credit card required
Title Agency Subscription Plans
Title Agency Subscription Plan
Title Pro

1-5 users

$249 / month

$125 per closing session
Pay by credit card or receive invoice

Subscription includes:
Your team will upload closing documents, adds signature flags & sends to your client
Exposure to lenders via Notarize Title Network
Invoicing to automate your operations and reporting
Join online closings via video
Track and manage closings with robust admin portal
Pass closing instructions to our notaries
Email and chat support for your team and signers
$25 per Ancillary Document Signing Session (ie. POAs and trailing docs) using Notaries supplied by Notarize
Title Agency Subscription Plan
Title Pro with Notaries

1-5 users

$499 / month

$125 per closing session with Notarize notaries
$45 per closing session with your agency's notaries
Pay by credit card or receive invoice

Everything included in Title Pro and:
Your notary team or Notarize notary team completes closing meeting -- you decide!
Available in these states with active RON laws: Arizona, Florida, Idaho, Iowa, Kentucky, Minnesota, Nebraska, Nevada, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Tennesee, Texas and Virginia
$25 per Ancillary Document Signing Session (i.e. POAs and trailing docs) using Notaries supplied through Notarize. $20 per Ancillary Document Signing session using your title agency's notaries.

This is a reminder that your RON commissioned notaries are able to use Notarize in these states: Arizona, Florida, Idaho, Iowa, Kentucky, Minnesota, Nebraska, Nevada, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Tennesee, Texas and Virginia.

Click “Confirm” to proceed with purchase.

If your notaries are not located in these states, please purchase Title Pro instead and Notarize notaries will complete the closings for you.

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Title Agency Subscription Plan
Title Premium
Unlimited users

Unlimited users

Custom Pricing

Waived monthly fee, $99 per closing session
10+ monthly closings

Everything included in Title Pro and:
Manage multiple offices or teams in one Notarize account
Notarize Engineering support to automatically tag your closing package with signature flags, for faster turn times
Resware integration capabilities
Customer Success Manager (dependent on contract terms)
Discount for annual contract commitment

All Plans Include

feature_notary 24/6 Access to Trusted Notaries Our commissioned notaries are available 24/6 to help with life’s most important documents.
feature_api Open API for Developers Thousands of businesses integrate with the Notarize API to deliver a seamless user experience.
feature_app Award-Winning Mobile Apps The Notarize iOS and Android mobile apps help you run your business on the go.
feature_docprep Document Preparation Tools Our document editing and preparation tools reduce signing time and errors by over 50%.
feature_cloud Cloud-Based Hosting Platform The most trusted platform to store your documents, protected by AES-256.
feature_security Bank-Grade Security Notarize provides forensic analysis of ID verification and a full audit trail of the transaction.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Notarize?

Notarize is an electronic notary public platform and software service that allows businesses and individuals to complete the notarization process entirely online. Learn more about our story and team here.

Is online notarization legal?

Yes, it is.

In 2011, with the passage of House Bill 2318/Senate Bill 827, Virginia became the first state to authorize its notaries to notarize documents remotely via live audio-video technology. Since then, numerous states have passed laws authorizing their notaries to perform online notarizations, and over 20 states are considering doing so in 2019. These online notarizations are accepted across the country due to a long-standing body of laws in each state that specifically provide for recognition and acceptance of out-of-state notarizations. In addition to laws in each state recognizing and accepting common out-of-state notarizations, the Full Faith and Credit Clause of the US Constitution may provide an additional basis for states to accept out of state notarizations. For your benefit, we’ve put together an easy guide to the interstate recognition statutes in each state, which can be found here.

Documents notarized on the Notarize platform are electronically signed by the signer(s) and our notary. Certain states and public agencies have specific additional requirements and limitations for accepting electronically-signed documents and out-of-state notarizations, and not all documents may be electronically-signed.

You should contact the agency that will receive your e-signed and e-notarized document to ensure your document will be acceptable for its intended use. Learn more here.

We’d like to help with general information wherever we can, so let us know of any questions at

Can I notarize a real estate closing outside of the United States?

Yes, if the signer has a valid US SSN, government-issued ID and recent US address. These are all required because it's how the Notarize software validates a signer's identify. It does not matter is the person is physically located in another country.

At this time, Notarize can not support international signers unless they have these documents. 

If Notarize is unable to notarize a particular document, will I be charged?

No, Notarize will only charge a fee for successful notarizations. If we are unable to process any document, the session will be terminated without any cost to you.

What are Notarize's hours of operation?

Notarize is operational 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days a year. 

If you’re signing a mortgage-related transaction, we’re operational 24/6 Monday through Friday, EST and CST, and 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM Saturday EST and CST.  

Can closing officers at my title agency complete the closing?

Yes! Title agencies and law firms in 13 states can use the Notarize platform to complete their own real estate closings. Read more about this here.

You can find information about your stat's legal requirements, as well as our platform requirements, at the links below.

Which 37 states have underwriters who approve online closings?

When we say "approved in 37 states” we are referencing the collective list of 37 states in which at least one underwriter has approved the Notarize Platform for remote online closings on a permanent basis, without policy exceptions.  This list excludes the temporary authorizations from underwriters that require agents to take policy exceptions. Our legal team decided to err on the side of caution and list those states where we know the Notarize Platform can be used long term and short term.  


We'll provide you the list of states, but with one caveat, you must reach out to your local or regional underwriting counsel to confirm whether they will support remote notarizations on the Notarize Platform.  Notarize is not permitted to publicly disclose underwriter approval details as your underwriters want you, their agent, to communicate with them about specifics.


Here is the list of the 37 states where underwriters have approved closings completed on the Notarize Platform:


Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, District of Columbia, Florida, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, & Wisconsin.


Disclaimer:  This list is subject to change and we'll keep this site updated when we learn of changes.  Notarize cannot control what states are or are not on this list and an underwriter may remove states at their sole discretion.  This list does not include additional requirements and approvals that are necessary from lenders and secondary market participants.