People Building Homes Again, Says Superior Notary Services

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Despite the ups and downs of the housing market, it appears that homebuilding is on the rise.

With Federal assistance dwindling for the housing market, it appears that sales are increasing and the market is steadying itself. People are, in fact, building homes again. Superior Notary Services, a nationwide mobile notary service, has seen more signings for homebuilding loans over the past several months.

“We are doing more closings on purchases than other types of loans this month, explained Clay Mason, owner of Superior Notary Services, “We have also seen an increase in number of title companies requesting notaries for in-house closings this month. Both of these are indications that things are improving in the housing market.”

Sales of existing homes has been up and down, falling 7.2% in January, while housing starts have risen 2.8%, according to the National Association of Realtors in Chicago and the Commerce Department in Washington. Overall sales of homes and home starts are expected to grow about 6% this year, thanks to several factors, including a decline in unemployment rates, better credit opportunities, falling home prices and better mortgage rates.

Superior Notary Services is a true reflector of the economy and housing market at large. When the company sees an increase in home closings, it knows the market is improving. “Throughout the recession, we have known when the market was down and when it was getting better. It shows in the number of home closings we notarize,” explained Mason.

To learn more about Superior Notary Services or schedule a closing, visit

About Superior Notary Services:
Superior Notary Services, a Wylie, Texas-based company, offers "one stop" access to a nationwide network of qualified closers (over 30,000 mobile notaries and attorneys). The company assists customers in getting important documents, including real estate documents, wills, and child custody agreements notarized quickly from the convenience of their home or office. For more information visit


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