• Mobile Notary

  • What is a Mobile Notary or a Traveling Notary Public Service?

    If you have ever needed something notarized, you understand that the process is a hassle. Finding a notary to visit is growing difficult; finding the time to visit a notary might be even harder.

    And it’s not like you can just wait around. Notarized documents are often the last thing between a mortgage for the home of your dreams, establishing power of attorney for a family member, or a travel consent form for your little one.

    The industry’s answer for a more convenient notary process is the mobile notary. But what is a mobile notary? How are they different from the notaries you might find in a bank or office park, and how do they ease the headache of getting documents notarized?

    Bringing the Notary Public To You

    Unlike an in-office or remote notary, a mobile is a notary public who travels to meet clients in-person. Usually, you must make an appointment and wait to meet a mobile notary at a specified time and location.

    These notaries are typically used as part of the mortgage closing process where multiple parties' signatures need to be collected. They are particularly useful with mortgage closings conducted across state lines. Other areas where it is typical to see a mobile or traveling notary used is in third-party mail services, power of attorney, leases, and lease guarantor forms.

    Introducing a Mobile Phone Notary

    Depending on the state, mobile notaries may charge additional fees for mileage and convenience on top of the standard fee for notarization. When all said and done, your minor travel consent form could be a pretty costly piece of paper.

    Skip the excess fees with RCI, the first service where you can get something notarized for a flat no hassle price. We are accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on your with just a phone call away for same day service.

    And if you’re a business, real estate agent, mortgage company, financial institution or law firm seeking a mobile notary on a routing basis, we offer do discount pricing.

    How Does Notarize Work?

    We work with your schedule, not the other way around. To get your document notarized by a notary public, simply call or email us, if you are scheduling an appointment at least one day in advance, or if it is to be requested for same service, then call us to check our availability.

  • Rates

    Our rates are tailored to your requirements and begin as low as $45.00 for the Baltimore City/County, if scheduled at least one day in advance. Rush same day requests begin at $75.00. We service the entire Baltimore and surrounding counties including Anne Arundel, Carroll, Cecil, Harford, Howard, Montgomery and Prince Georges Counties for an additional fee which can be found on our Rates section of this website

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