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Posted - 05/08/2016 :  07:45:13 AM  Show Profile  Visit 32297's Homepage  Reply with Quote
This is a shame on me. Friday I got an assignment for a local closing. I asked the usual questions: what type of signing-I think its just a conventional refi, how many pages, I don't know, how much $100. I stupidly accepted the deal. When I got back to my office it was late Friday evening, I called the borrower (it was for a Mother's Day signing) on confirmed. I did not look at the doc download until Sunday morning. What I saw is a VA package of 219 pages. My normal fee for a package of that size is a hell of lot higher than the $100. I will do this deal since I did accept it. It a lesson I should have learned long ago.
If you the signing company don't have the information, then how can I the signer give you a price to do the job. I am in this business to make a profit. I am not naming the signing company as I will go back to them on Monday and see if they will work with me on a proper signing fee. If not, they can remove me from their data base and I will report back with their name to add to the rotten list of companies.
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