Remote Online Notarization (RON)

Remote online notarization (RON), or remote notarization, is when a document is notarized electronically online. Using audio-video technology, documents are shared electronically and both the signing and notary process occur face-to-face in a virtual environment.

The LenderClose RON solution gives financial institutions the ability to provide a true digital lending experience from beginning-to-end. Borrowers and lenders can securely eSign and notarize an entire closing transaction utilizing a computer, smartphone, or tablet.

Key Features:

  • Up to three (3) participants per session

  • Financial institutions have the option to use their own notary publics

  • Authenticated and secure document signing certificates

  • Recorded and secure audio-visual sessions

Recent Updates

  • A revamped knowledge-based authentication process. Signers now experience a friendly step-by-step walkthrough and can complete the authentication at their convenience as soon as the session is scheduled.

  • A new document repository created for notaries to store, manage and access documents for upcoming and completed sessions.

  • A simpler, streamlined process for the lender to set up and view the status of the session.

How RON Works





Frequently Asked Questions

  • How does the borrower use RON?
  • What legal documents can be remotely notarized?
  • Where are executed documents stored?
  • Can mortgage and home equity loan transactions be executed via RON?