SEESAN, a Licensed Real Estate Agent, Commissioned Mobile Notary specializing in Trust/Estate Planning Signings and Reverse Mortgage Loan Signings for seniors. He uses his expertise, knowledge, and experience to help numerous seniors to maintain their security, independance, and dignity. He is a blogger, a seniors advocate and has many years experience in mortgage loan servicing and real estate industries and has an MBA in business management. He loves what he does and receives much joy with the services he provides and benefits seniors and their families receive from them. His services also help reverse mortgage lenders to improve the customer experience by offering excellent signing services. He understands the intricacies of a reverse mortgage transaction, the process, and the documents. He will be your trusted partner to build a signing experience customized for lenders' customers.
One of the primary reasons that lenders for utilizing him is to provide a convenience to the borrower. He makes it possible for the borrower to sign their loan documents wherever it is most convenient for them. This can be practically anywhere, but it is usually in the comfort of their own home. This is especially beneficial for Reverse Mortgage borrowers. He prints the documents, takes them to the borrower, gets the required signatures, then promptly delivers the loan documents. He takes care of everything for the borrower as well as the lenders. And when he's not covering the reverse mortgage industry, SEESAN enjoys politics, news, movies, comics, soccer games and life with his wife.
He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org | cell 206 715 1642 |
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