Remote Ink-Signed Notary or RIN was ENDED on March 31, 2021

The Minnesota Legislature passed legislation permitting video conferencing to satisfy the requirement to appear personally before a notarial officer for certain conveyances. The bill has been signed, and was set to expire Jan. 6, 2021, but was renewed by Executive...

Minnesota Temporary Remote Ink-signed Notarization (RIN) Law ENDED March 31, 2021

The Remote Ink-Signed Notary Act Expired March 30th. Last October the MN House and Senate passed House File 15 allowing Remote Ink-signed Notarization. Generally that mean ta Notary could send documents to the signer/s and make an appointment to Identify the signers...

FAQ How to Complete Your Closing Agent License Application in MN

HOW TO  COMPLETE THE CLOSING AGENT LICENSE APPLICATION FORMS TIP: READ ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW BEFORE YOU BEGIN THE APPLICATION! APPLY ONLINE: Go to https://pulseportal.com/ > MN Department of Commerce > Select a Board (Real Estate) > Licensing Services...

Remote Ink-Signed Notarization, a Virtual Solution to a Covid-19 Problem

  The Minnesota Governor passed an Executive Order allowing Remote Ink-signed Notarization (RIN) during the Covid-19 pandemic. The law allows a notary to virtually witness a signature by having the signers provide a photo ID next to their face and state their...

FAQ – Minnesota Closing Academy – How to Develop and Become a Successful Closing Agent

Brenda Colston mentors Professional Closers though her online course “The Minnesota Closing Academy.”  In this course you will learn: How do I get started in Minnesota as a Licensed Closing Agent? What are the costs of starting the business? What equipment...