Remote Online Notarization (RON) Trends Likely to Persist
Why is Remote Online Notarization (RON) Critical in 2021 & Beyond?
According to an American Land Title Association vendor survey, the use of RON increased more than 547% from 2019 to 2020. That’s a staggering number, and the predictions are set to go even higher! While the practice accelerated dramatically during the pandemic, remote notarization is part of a larger shift driven as much by consumer expectations as necessity, as Americans continue to grow accustomed to – and expect – digital-first commerce.
Be sure you get ahead of the RON game with this informative eBook, Remote Online Notarization Trends Likely to Persist. We cover the basis, plus the following:
- Where the States Stand with RON Legislation
- Why Financial Institutions Should Pay Attention to RON
- The Evolution of Remote Notarization& eClosing
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