Welcome to KM Certified Signings

My name is Keeya McAlister, I am a North Carolina Mobile Public Notary , Loan Signing Agent & Independent Real Estate Transaction Coordinator . Previoulsly and Project Manager and Operations Analyst in Corporate America .

I am happy to serve Mecklenburg counties and the surrounding counties 24/7. Services including but not limited to Real Estate Attorneys, title companies, banks, businesses, lawyers, jails, hospitals, military , automotive, witness, inspections & individual.

My credentials include :

  • Certified Notary Loan Signing Agent & E-Notary (RON)

  • $1 million Errors & Omission Insurance

  • Background Screened- National Notary Association

  • I provide confidential and secure signing services to ensure loan documents are delivered to and signed by the client, borrower and/or seller. Documents are notarized scanned and shipped same day overnight.

  • I make sure your documents are returned either by myself the same day or via FedEx /UPS to ensure the closing gets done on time.

  • I make sure all forms are filed out completely and properly signed, dated, and initialed properly.

  • I understand the critical time frame of rate locks and mortgage documents such as .

· Refinance and Application , Reverse Mortgage and Application, Home Equity Line of Credit

· Real Estate Purchase /Sale, Power of Attorney, Grant Deed and Deed of Trust

· PCOR, 1003, Notice of Right to Cancel & I know how to package document so you don’t have to!

I understand the importance of 100% accuracy and compliance. No missed stamps or signatures

I have worked as a Project Manager for the last 7 years and have an MSA degree. I am very organized and professional at all times.

Schedule an appointment: call or text: 313-739-5134 or 980-428-6638

Email : KMCertifiedSignings@Gmail.com

Items to Bring During Appointment

Please have two forms of identification ready. Forms of identification must either be current, or have been issued within the past 5 years. Acceptable identification are as follows;

  • An identification card or driver’s license issued by the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles

  • A United States passport

  • An inmate identification card issued by the NC Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, if the inmate is in custody in NC state prison

  • Any form of inmate identification issued by a sheriff’s department, if the inmate is in custody in a local detention facility

If you do not have ID I can assist you if your able to comply with the requirements of the state . http://ncreporters.org/nc-notary-requirements/