Founded in 2010, Signeture Ink® is a woman-owned small business certified through WBENC. Owner Janice T. Wilcox has worked in the real estate industry for over 30 years, weathering its ups and downs by exploring new avenues and seeking opportunities to increase her knowledge and understanding of the business. Her journey has progressed from selling real estate, to becoming a loan officer, and since 2010 as a notary signing agent. This diverse experience has enabled Janice to impart a more complete understanding of the loan process to those she trains to perform real estate closings.
Signeture Ink® invests in its people by training and equipping them with the knowledge and skills needed to execute signings with confidence. Our record of excellence has earned our vendors' trust to conduct their high-profile and sensitive closings. We build relationships throughout the industry as we all work together toward the same goal... a satisfied customer.
We envision the development of a notary signing agent Training Center to train and equip individuals to provide the exceptional service that is so important to the industry. Our comprehensive training program and evaluation benchmarks are designed to align with those established by the national notary organizations to prepare the trainees for certification.
Real estate purchase and refinance closing transactions – residential and commercial
VA / FHA real estate closing transactions
Equity Lines of Credit
Bilingual (Spanish) closing services
Record Documents with the County
Signeture Ink, LLC® signing agents are a cut above the ordinary - personally selected for their high standard of professionalism and their commitment to excellence. Their training and experience fully prepares them to confidently and accurately facilitate your document signing.
Our tailor made process will help you save money while promoting better communication with each transaction, minimizing or eliminating post close errors.
Full service available.
Call for a quote and demonstration with the SYNC system.
High School or GED Diploma
Drivers License or State Personal Identification Card
Be at least eighteen (18) years old
Be a Michigan resident or maintain a place of business in Michigan
Be a U.S. citizen or possess proof of legal residence
Read and write the English language
Be free of any felony convictions in the last 10 years (if previously convicted of a felony, the 10-year period includes completion of the sentence for that crime, any term of imprisonment, parole or probation, and payment of all fines, costs and assessments)
Have not been convicted of two or more misdemeanor offenses involving a violation of the Michigan Notary Public Act within a 12-month period while commissioned, or three or more misdemeanor offenses involving a violation of this Act within a five-year period regardless of being commissioned