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2123 Curtis Ave Redondo Beach, CA 90504

I am a Realtor & work for my brokerage escrow division. I got very lucky when I found Kimberlee. She handled a mobile loan document notary signing for me & I found her extremely professional, easy to work with and great with our clients! I'm going to continue to utilize Kimberlee due to my complete satisfaction with her performance. She's an extension of our Real Estate Team!

Janine Lenze on 8/31/2015 12:24:06 AM

My company had a real estate closing and needed notarized documents to be sent to escrow within a two hour period. I called multiple notaries and Kimberlee went out of her way to fit us into her schedule and make sure we were able to close our transaction. She is professional, courteous, and willing to go above and beyond to make sure her clients needs are taking care of. You have to use her! You will not be dissapointed.

Timias  Woods on 8/21/2015 4:42:39 PM


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