Mobile Closings & Remote Online Notarization Offered At Weston Title & Escrow

Written by Posted On Wednesday, 28 July 2021 17:00

Weston Title & Escrow offers mobile closings! We can send a mobile closing notary or a mobile closing agent to your house or any location to execute your closing documents at your convenience. 

At Weston Title, our mantra is “closings at your convenience.” Especially now, during the Coronavirus pandemic, our concern is for the safety and welfare of our clients, staff, and vendors. Mobile closings are an alternative to the traditional closing in an office setting where, instead, we go to you!

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Mobile Closing Notary

Purchasing, selling, or Refinancing? We will meet you at a convenient location for you with the closing package and make sure that all the documents are  reviewed, signed, and notarized prior to leaving you. Everything is conducted so that you have peace of mind.

RIN Closings

RIN or Remote Ink-signed Notarizations also known as a “hybrid” closing  where the residential or commercial real estate purchaser or borrower executes certain documents using remote online notarization and other documents via paper and pen. The “wet inked” documents are then returned to the title company.

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How does RIN differ from Remote Online Notarization (RON)?

Remote Online Notarization is a fully digital transaction. All of the documents are electronically signed  and then the notary digitally signs, applies a digital notarial certificate,  and then seals the digital documents. The signers to a RON transaction must be authenticated using a third-party verification process that is built into the platform.

With a RIN transaction, video conferencing is used so that the signers of a transaction personally appear before a notary. However, everyone  “wet” signs certain documents such as the Note and/or Mortgage with the other documents being  executed digitally, and the notary ink stamps the documents after verifying the identity of the signers.

If you have any questions about RIN closings, feel free to contact our team at 954-384-6168 

RON Remote Online Notary

What is Remote Online Notarization?

The Florida legislature passed a law, allowing for Remote Online Notarization (RON). Simply put, RON provides for the notary and the person verifying the content of a document to not be required in the same physical location. The signer of the document appears, via the use of audio-video technology,  before the notary. This way both the notary and the signer are able to see and hear each other via the computer but do not need to be in each other’s physical presence. In order for a notary to be able to perform RON, (s)he must apply and undergo training pursuant to Florida Statute Sections 117.201 to 117.305.

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What are the advantages of RON?


RON provides a tremendous option for how real estate closings are conducted in the State of Florida, especially now during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Instead of having a traditional closing in a conference room where all of the parties are present, you can  now, provided that you have a laptop or smart phone, execute documents online remotely and have those documents notarized.


Should you be physically in another state and are closing on real estate in Florida, RON is an option for you as it allows for you to remotely video your closing and notarize your documents from  your location as long as a notary is present at the time that you execute your documents online and the notary is able to confirm and validate that you executed your documents without any duress or coercion.

Perhaps you are unable to physically attend a closing due to your profession (if, for example, you are  on call as a physician or you  work a night shift) or you are unable to travel due to medical issues, the use of RON for a closing provides a helpful alternative.


In cases where you may have multiple signers to a closing  where the signers are not all physically located within the State of Florida, all parties involved may sign at the same time using RON.  This avoids any lag time in waiting for mail away packages to be sent and returned, and avoids the logistics of having multiple closers make arrangements to physically attend the closing in person.

Are there limitations to RON?

While RON should work throughout the world, at this point, it is really more of a domestic service for people within the United States as it is difficult for the technology currently to validate foreign credentials.

However, frequently we are able to nevertheless find alternative solutions using remote online notarization.

Should you have any questions regarding RON, or wish to schedule a RON closing, feel free to contact our team at Weston Title at 954-384-6168. Our team is here to make your closing the most convenient for you.


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Roy Oppenheim

From Wall Street to Main Street, Roy Oppenheim is a successful serial entrepreneur and attorney focusing on Florida real estate, foreclosure defense, loss mitigation and Internet ventures.

He founded Oppenheim Law in 1989 with his wife Ellen Pilelsky and uniquely positioned the Firm as one of Florida’s leading boutique law firms in Weston, Florida.

Serving national, international, and local clients, Mr. Oppenheim has the highest rating (A-V) conferred by Martindale Hubbell Law Directory, the most respected directory of lawyers and law firms in the U.S.

In 1989, Mr. Oppenheim also co-founded and served as general counsel to ShopSmart Corp., the company that originated and owned the GNC Gold Card Program, a program that continues to this day and was one of the first cross-promotional programs of its kind.

In addition, in 1994, he co-founded Weston Title & Escrow, the oldest title company in Weston, Florida, and he currently serves as its Vice President. In 1999, Mr. Oppenheim served a one-year term on the board of directors for Catalina Lighting, a publicly traded company on the New York Stock Exchange.

Growing up in the Bronx, Mr. Oppenheim learned to be focused on success and driven to always persevere for opportunity.

In 2009, he started the South Florida Law Blog, which was voted the best business and technology blog by the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. He also serves as an expert witness on title industry practices.

Mr. Oppenheim has also co-authored two law review articles, Deconstructing The Black Magic of Securitized Trusts, published in the Stetson University Law Review’s Spring 2012 Edition, and The Emperor’s New Clothes, published in the William & Mary Business Law Review Volume 6.

Today, Mr. Oppenheim is a sought-after legal expert on issues relating to the real estate crisis and beyond. In addition to his own blog, he also has been a contributor to Yahoo! Homes, and featured on HuffPost Live, FOX News, and Lifetime TV. In addition he has been quoted in prominent national publications, including USA Today, The New York Times and Huffington Post, among others. Mr. Oppenheim also understands the power of social media, and can be found on a variety of social media platforms.

Mr. Oppenheim also speaks fluent German.


  • Florida Bar, 1987; Member of the Real Property Probate and Trust Law Section
  • New York Bar, 1987; United States District for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, 1987
  • U.S. District Court, Southern and Middle Districts of Florida, 1993


  • Princeton University, A.B., cum laude, 1982
  • Northwestern University School of Law, J.D., 1986
    • Member of the Northwestern University Law Review
    • Member of the National Moot Court Team

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