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Fountain Valley Mobile Notary & Loan Signing Services

Fountain Valley, California was once marsh land until a drought in the 1870’s transformed the area into fertile farmland. Located on the westside of Orange County, Fountain Valley, CA gets its name from its high water table which provides springs and wells, making it even more suitable for farming. Farming remained the dominant use of the land until the 1960’s when housing tracts began development in earnest.

Fountain Valley, CA has a commercial area that is home to Hyundai Motor Company’s US headquarters, as well as offices for Starbucks, Kingston Technologies and the Orange County Register.

Mobile Notary Signing Services for Fountain Valley, CA:

  • Notary ServiceAvailability
  • 24×7 Availability

  • Reverse Mortgage

  • e-Document Capabilities

  • Loan Signing Agent

  • Affidavits

  • Health Care Directives

  • Power of Attorney

  • Estate Plans

  • Grant Deeds, Quit Claim Deeds, etc.

  • Statements of Financial Support

  • Subordination Agreements

  • Trust Documents & Certifications of Trust

  • Travel Affidavits

  • Spanish SpeakingUpon Request

Mobile Loan Signing Services for Fountain Valley, CA:

  • Certified Loan Signing ServicesAvailability
  • Loan Document Signing Service (1st Set)

  • Loan Document Signing Service (2nd Set)

  • E-Document Printing (2 Sets)

  • Pick-up & Delivery from/to Escrow or Title

  • Reverse Mortgage

  • E&O Insurance ($100,000 per Agent)

  • Notary Surety Bond ($15,000 per Agent)

  • e-Document Capabilities

  • Certified Signing Agents

Fountain Valley, CA Facts & Figures:

  • CityFountain Valley, CA
  • Incorporated Date1957
  • NicknameFV
  • Motto or SloganA Nice Place to Live
  • Population57925
  • Median Age38
  • MayorGuy Carrozzo
  • City Hall Address10200 Slater Ave, Fountain Valley, CA 92708
  • Websitewww.fountainvalley.org
  • Telephone(714) 593-4400
  • FactoidFountain Valley was called Gospel Swamps by residents in the 1800’s.
  • Zip Codes92708, 92728

Mobile Notary Q&A:

Which of the following is NOT true:

When a Peace Officer requests the surrendering of a mobile notary’s Journal, the Notary is required to send a Certified Letter to the California Secretary of State including the following:

  • The mobile Notary’s Commission Number and Expiration Date
  • The start and end dates contained in the Notary Journal
  • A copy of the subpoena the Peace Officer gave the notary
  • A copy of the receipt the Peace Officer gave the notary for taking the Journal
  • Answer:

    Number 3! A subpoena is NOT required when the Notary Journal is requested from a Peace Officer. When a request is made, the mobile Notary must send the certified letter within 10 days or risk punishment from the Secretary of State

    If you would like to schedule a signing service appointment in Orange County, please call us at (888) 399-9936. We have mobile notaries available 24×7.