Arizona Notary Services

Arizona Notary Services

Serving Maricopa County & Pinal County!

The mobile notary to call when you need it done right – and right away. If you are looking for a 24 hour mobile notary public or loan signing agent you have come to the right place. I have been a licensed Realtor in Arizona for 9 years. I understand closing documents and how critical the timelines are. I am Background Screened and certified by the National Notary Association as a Certified Signing Agent. All work is guaranteed to be 100% error-free and of the highest quality.

Located in Gilbert, Arizona, I provide notary and loan signing services to all of Maricopa County and portions of Pinal County. Some cities will require an additional fee for mileage. Please see the Fees tab for further information regarding fees and travel expenses.

Why Choose Me As Your Notary Public and Signing Agent?

♦   I am licensed, insured, and bonded.

♦   I am background screened and certifed as a Notary Signing Agent.

♦   I am also available evenings and weekends.

♦   I meet with you at a time and location that fits your busy schedule.

♦   I cover all of Maricopa County and portions of Pinal County.

♦   I provide a quick turnaround time on all loan packages.

♦   I am equipped to receive large files, e-docs, and faxes 24-7.

As your local traveling notary and Signing Agent…

I provide courteous, prompt and professional service for attorneys and law offices, banks, commercial and residential lenders, county jails, escrow companies, local businesses without a notary on staff, mortgage brokers, realtors, senior living facilities, hospitals, nursing homes, and the general public.

Convenient appointments can be scheduled and last minute calls are always welcome. If you are seeking high quality, reliable mobile notary services, please contact me today!

Your Mobile Notary – Steve Gardner (480) 735-9039



Disclaimer: I am not an attorney. I cannot by law, interpret or explain the contents of any documents to you. If you have any important questions about your documents, please contact an attorney or the person who provided the documents to you.