But don't expect it 'immediately' after the closing.
Yesterday was a hectic day for me, and it's not even the end of the month. I got a call to do a notarization at a law office around noon.
While I was at the law office, I got 2 calls to do closings -- one for 3:30 p.m. and the other for 7:00 p.m. I already had a closing scheduled for 5:30 pm.
First I had to download and print all of the documents for the 3 closings. Then the fun began.
The 3:30 closing was in the north end of Colorado Springs.
After that, I had to get to the next closing which would be in Fountain -- south of Colorado Springs. After that one was completed, I drove out to Falcon for the final closing.
There was no time in between to do anything. I was either in a closing, or in a rush to get to another closing. I finally had a chance at around 9:30 p.m. to get on the websites and give status, do the required fax backs for one of the closings, ... etc.
It's Saturday, so I'll be delivering the loan documents to the UPS Store and FedEx Kinkos, because I can't just drop them in a drop box. It seems like the job never ends.
It's hard for companies to understand that notary signing agents have days like this. It isn't as if we have just one closing, and we can devote all of our time and attention to just one company. We're doing several closings, for several different companies. And we don't want to be late for any of the closings because we had to take the time to fax back documents, log on to a website, ... etc.
But they will get the status. Just be patient.
At around 10 p.m. I had faxed all of the documents, logged on to the websites to give a completion report, made the necessary phone calls, ... etc.
You want status? I'll give you status. ...
It'll just take a while.