24 Hours a day, 7 days a week a local notary in San Diego can come to your location. Save time driving in the traffic to get your documents notarized. We also provide document recording service and full mortgage loan signings for both home purchases and refinances. We are not set up for walk-in service but we have local notaries with locations all over the county.
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Notaries in a particular part of San Diego county:
Notary in Carlsbad, Notary in Chula Vista, Notary in Coronado, Notary in Del Mar, Notary in El Cajon, Notary in Encinitas, Notary in Escondido, Notary in Imperial Beach, Notary in La Mesa, Notary in Lemon Grove, Notary in National City, Notary in Oceanside, Notary in Poway, Notary in San Marcos, Notary in Santee, Notary in Solana Beach, and Notary in Vista.
Our notary in San Diego drives throughout the county to your door to notarize your signature on legal documents. Along the way traveling from client to client, we have discovered so many unique, and usual and hidden charms.
Right in plain sight, on the Martin Luther king Junior freeway is the 25th St. bridge which is actually a musical instrument created by the artist Roman de Salvo. That's right you heard us correctly a musical instrument! The railings on the bridge are Carillon Bells.
A favorite home to do a notary at is the Mushroom House by Black's Beach. It's a circular guest house designed by the architect Dale Naegle who built lots of places throughout San Diego. We can enjoy I lovely view from any location of this unique place.
For our seaworthy Notary's a job around pier seven in the America's cup harbor aboard a houseboat is an unusual treat.
One house where vacationers most likely would only be using a notary since it's no longer occupied full-time is called the "falling star". The house gives the illusion of falling from the sky. It is now a piece of art with visitors on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
If a Mobile Notary is asked to come to the Whaley house, there's a good chance that call came in from a ghost. Paranormal sightings are known to happen at this historic old town neighborhood in San Diego.
While in Old town Heritage Park contains a village of Victorian homes one of which was previously owned by the Bushyhead family. Edward Bushyhead started publishing the San Diego Union newspaper in 1868.
Some silly old laws in San Diego: It is illegal to shoot jackrabbits from the back of a streetcar. And, the owners of houses with Christmas lights on them past February 2nd may be fined up to $250.
Whether you are an individual, business or visitor to San Diego our professional notaries are here for you at your home, office, or vacation spot!