Let’s Answer Your Questions About Remote Online Notarization (RON)

While Remote Online Notarization (RON) is not necessarily new, many people are still unfamiliar with it. In this post, we want to help everyone better understand what RON is and how it can play an important part in their business.


So, here are the top 10 most common questions we get about RON:


What is Remote Online Notarization (RON)?

Remote Online Notarization (RON) is a secure and convenient process of notarizing documents using technology—such as a computer or tablet—to conduct the notarial act remotely.

Is RON legally recognized?

Yes, RON is legally recognized in 42 states in the US (with four more in the process of recognizing it), and it’s also authorized for transactions between two or more parties in all jurisdictions where federal laws apply.

What types of documents can be notarized through RON?

Common documents that can be notarized through RON include power of attorney, deeds, mortgages, and trusts.

What technology is required for RON?

You will need a computer or tablet with a webcam, microphone, internet connection, and a secure platform for conducting the notarial act.

Is RON secure?

Yes, RON uses advanced security measures such as multi-factor authentication, encryption, and secure electronic signatures to protect the signer’s identity and the document’s integrity.

How do I know if RON is available in my state?

You can check with your state’s Secretary of State or Notary Division to see if RON is available. This website can also be used as a quick reference: https://www.notarize.com/ron-map

How does RON work?

RON connects the signer with a notary public through a secure platform. The notary public will then use video and audio technology to witness the document signing and perform the notarial act.

What are the benefits of RON?

The benefits of RON include convenience, time savings, increased accessibility, and reduced costs associated with in-person notarizations.

Can I use RON for any type of document?

The types of documents that can be notarized through RON vary by state, so it is important to check with your state’s Secretary of State or Notary Division to see what documents are eligible for RON in your area.

How do I find a RON service provider?

You can find a RON service provider by using BNN Services, searching online, or checking with your state’s Secretary of State or Notary Division for a list of approved RON providers.


Remote Online Notarization (RON) is a modern solution revolutionizing the real estate industry. RON is quickly becoming the preferred choice for real estate transactions with its numerous benefits. If you have any further questions about RON, please reach out, as investing in a reliable RON service is a smart move that can streamline your real estate transactions and offer peace of mind.


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Since 2008, BNN Services has been trusted by title agencies, mortgage lenders, servicers, and consumers to perform loan and document signings in multiple languages across the country.  


Unlike other signing services, BNN Services “touches” every file 8 to 9 times, ensuring the process moves forward free of delays. That is why we have completed over 250,000 signings in all 51 jurisdictions and maintained a closing ratio of 96 percent.  

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