A notary is a vital part of running a successful business because it strengthens the agreements made between two different parties. There was a time when a handshake and a verbal agreement would do the job, but these days, you need to protect yourself and your business, and most businesses and individuals that you work with will be more than happy to get a notary involved because it also protects them. Here are a few examples of businesses that can benefit from notary services.
Insurance and Mortgage Companies
There are a lot of legal and binding documentations involved when you are signing to buy a home, get a loan, or invest in insurance for your health, property, or vehicle. It’s important that you bring in a third party that has is unbiased and knows they are not there to provide advice, but to identify that you and another party are entering in a formal agreement that is binding.
Car Dealerships and Title Companies
It doesn’t matter whether the car dealership sells new or used vehicles, you and the dealership will want to protect this investment. In fact, many individuals that are selling cars will also require that a notary is involved when a transaction like this is being made. Title companies will also benefit when hiring a notary because of the legal protection that it provides all parties involved.
Public and Private Schools
Schools do a lot more than teach new skills! They have a lot of official business to attend to such as organizing and buying computer systems, maintenance contracts, bids for food and vending machines, and much more. Hiring a notary will be necessary for these times, and at All Wrapped Up we provide mobile services so that we can come to you when you can’t get out from behind your desk.
Real Estate Agents
When working with clients that want to buy and sell homes, real estate agents will invest a lot of time and resources to ensure a successful sale. They’ll be dealing with a variety of businesses that they’ll want to ensure are sound and going to fulfill their services in a timely manner, and hiring a notary during a time when multiple businesses are involved and a lot of complex paperwork is a smart move.
Home Improvement Businesses
Home improvement businesses will work with individuals, as well as other companies, and there will be many times they’ll require a notary for bids and materials. Even small construction companies will find value in having a notary on hand that they can rely on.
Corporations of All Sizes
Whether you are an individual that is starting a business or you are part of a larger corporation, there will be times when you go into an agreement with someone that will require an unbiased third party to witness and notarize documentation. Finding a notary company now that can provide services at their business, as well as come to you, will save you time and hassle in the long run.