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3220 River Road Twin Lake, MI 49457

Andy was a great help to us. He is an excellent communicator before the signing, arrived promptly on schedule for our 5pm appt and took care of all the documents with white glove treatment and was extremely patient in helping us through our Refinance. My wife's name was misspelled on all docs due to an error from the Original Deed that no one had caught until Andy saw the spelling of her name on documents and her drivers license didn't match because when we originally bought house and signed papers my wife's name was misspelled, but no body caught the error so it was on our Deed at the county with a misspelled name. Andy addressed the issue with the Title company and was able to reprint and get our package signed that same evening. Our package closed without any delays large in part due to Andys proficiency and knowledge of the documents. We would definitely request him again for any future refinance work or other notary work we need.

Tim Burton on 1/26/2018 1:52:21 PM


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