Jun 7, 2018
“It’s the best-kept secret in the real estate industry,” Mark said, talking about becoming a loan signing agent.
You can make $100 an hour as a part-time, and the only real requirements are that you know what you’re doing, and you have a notary license.
(A loan signing agent is the person who walks you through the giant stack of forms and contracts you have to sign when you close on a new home loan.)
I was first introduced to this side hustle early last year, when I first sat down with Mark Wills and his business partner Roman Rosario.
That conversation turned into episode 215 of the Side Hustle Show, where the pair walked me through how they built and sold an online course starting with no audience.
At that time, the Loan Signing System course, which he teaches people how to become loan signing agents, was doing around $4k a month.
A year and half later, and they're doing around $30k a month and hosting a national conference!
But what we didn’t really cover in that episode was how to become a loan signing agent and what that business is actually like -- to the frustration of many listeners. So in response to audience feedback and several listener testimonials, I invited Mark back on the show, along with one of his successful students, to dive into the loan signing side hustle.