This eBook will walk you through the steps you need to become a loan signing agent and successfully set up your own business. It includes in detail every step to take from the initial notary public through pieces of training, tests, and equipment to buy and what to skip. After reading this book you will have the blueprint for starting your own successful business and know the key steps to take and some to avoid. Why do you want to be a Notary Loan Signing Agent? The answer is different for everyone, for me I wanted to have a side hustle during the pandemic of 2020. I was laid off from my job and finding a new job was not as easy as it had been in the past. I had started a small art businesses in the past, so I knew the steps needed to create the business structure, but I just had to find something that was somewhat easy to learn, and relatively inexpensive to get started. And I could make at least a few thousand dollars a month from the beginning. I had no idea that a loan signing agent (LSA) was even a possibility until, in my job search, I had an interview with one of the companies that hires LSA’s. During my prep for the interview, I researched and learned a great deal about notaries, and LSA’s. I realized what a great opportunity it is, and immediately got started. I didn’t get the job, which now I am quite grateful for, but was happy to have the opportunity to learn about this great side hustle or full-time job. Your reason for getting started could be anything from needing a few hundred extra dollars a week which could be one to two signings per week, or maybe you want to make 6 figures, which is about 2-5 a day depending on what you are able to charge, which is also possible over time. Basically, anything in-between is the norm. It depends on your location, and your motivation. I am going to assume that you are probably in proximity to a fairly dense population. I don’t know how many signings will come to you if you are pretty remote, but you get the idea. More people in your area will make this easier, and the fewer people, the more difficult, but not impossible because the notary market may not be saturated like it is in most cities. You will have to do the research in your area and we will talk about how. I really had no idea what I could expect as far as income and that is where it gets tough. For every person it may be different depending on where you live, the number of notaries in your area already, and how hard you want to work. I live in the middle of a large metro city. The advantage is that there are a lot of title companies and a large population of people who are obtaining various loans and also need general notary services, but it is also pretty saturated with other LSAs. On my initial searches, it appeared as though there were definitely many there would be plenty of opportunities and I was right. There is plenty of opportunities and the harder I work the more opportunities seem to open up. This book will walk you through the steps I took so that you can do the same. My goal is to try to help you with some of the details of how exactly each process works so you can put something similar together for yourself.