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Carrie Clark, Mobile Notary Public - Santa Cruz, CA
Located in Santa Cruz County, CA

Name: Carrie Clark
Mail Address: 631 41st Avenue #4
Santa Cruz,  CA 95062
Preferred Phone: 831-272-2789
Notary Service: Regular Hours
123Notary.com Certified? No # of Loan Signed: 480
Bilingual Assistance: E-doc Capabilities: No
Printer: None MB of RAM on Printer:
Internet: No Data Available Wireless Card: No
E&O Insurance Amount: Reverse Mortgage: No
Hospital Signings: No Jail Signings: No
Affidavit: No Power of Attorney Documents: No
Business Documents: No Immigration Documents: No
All Counties We Offer Mobile Notary Service to:
• Santa Cruz
Hours Available for Notary Public Work:
Sunday 09:00 am - 7:00 pm
Monday 09:00 am - 7:00 pm
Tuesday 09:00 am - 7:00 pm
Wednesday 09:00 am - 7:00 pm
Thursday 09:00 am - 7:00 pm
Friday 09:00 am - 7:00 pm
Saturday 09:00 am - 7:00 pm
Notary Notes:

I have completed over 500 signings to date including real estate sales transactions, refinances, reverse mortgages, manufactured homes, and construction loans.

As a Mobile Notary and a Certified Notary Signing Agent, I have been background screened and certified. I have over ten years experience in the real estate industry, including escrow and real estate sales experience and have an A.S. in Real Estate.  I am bonded and insured with $100,000 Errors and Ommissions policy through Traveler's Insurance. I currently travel to all parts of Santa Cruz County, as well as surrounding communities to provide loan signings.

Please visit my site at www.loansigning.net for more information!

First listed: 3/24/2012 1:46:00 AM PST
Last edited: 7/8/2019 12:55:00 AM PST
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Carrie Clark is a commissioned California notary public and may notarize documents in any county of California . It is not permitted to use a California notary public seal for mobile notary services outside of the State of California . However, if you find a notary or mobile notary that has a dual notary public commission in a neighboring state, then it would be legal for the notary public to use the commission for the corresponding state. Thank you for using 123notary.com as your source for finding mobile notaries.