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Available Upon Request Atherton, CA 94010

As I could not be present for a closing in the Midwest, my lender recommended Susan to notarize my closing documents. Susan was prompt, agreed to come to my home which had moving boxes all over, but made me feel completely at ease among the clutter that a long distance move entails. She was so personable, explained everything I was signing and as this was a new experience for me, answered all my questions. I could not have expected anything to be easier than what my experience was with her.

She made me feel like I would love to be her friend ?? Just great making her acquaintance!

Julie Wiseman on 26/02/2020 04:23:51 PM

We recently refinanced our home in the Reverse Mortgage program. Susan Cheung was appointed as our Notary. The RM mortgage is heavy with paperwork, some of it indecipherable for the average applicant. Susan guided us through the signing process (200+ pages!) with clear explanations throughout and with great patience and good humor. Later, when two issues arose, she made return visits (even on a Sunday) to see us through to a successful completion. Susan is a well-informed thorough professional and we recommend her highly. Jan Wells and Niliom Souza

Jan Wells on 09/12/2019 09:08:09 PM


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