Endpoint launches Jot, a brand new device for notaries

Endpoint, a digital title and settlement firm backed by First American Monetary Company, has launched Jot, a platform that streamlines the closing course of by connecting homebuyers and sellers with a notary signing agent, in keeping with an announcement on Tuesday

Notaries who be a part of the Jot community can have entry to actual property closings managed by Endpoint and First American.

“Endpoint’s mission is constructing the primary end-to-end digital and title settlement expertise to make the closing course of straightforward for all and that impressed the creation of Jot,”  Scott Martino, Endpoint’s Chief Government Officer, stated in a press release. “Discovering a notary to handle the signing course of could be time-consuming and annoying. Jot’s proprietary expertise matches residence patrons and sellers with a certified notary for his or her transaction and makes it straightforward for notaries to just accept assignments that match inside their schedule, whereas offering the instruments to efficiently handle their enterprise and entry to skilled growth assets.”

The agency is led by Jaclyn Fox.

The platform is particularly useful for cell notaries, because it notifies notaries of signing alternatives and gives real-time notifications that assist them to handle their enterprise from their desktop or cellphone. The platform additionally automates funds, permitting notaries to obtain weekly funds with out submitting invoices. 

Notaries who’re part of Jot will even have entry to workshops and different assets to assist them construct their skilled community. 

Since its founding in 2018, Endpoint has obtained $220 million in funding from First American.