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Several Iowa credit unions have been shifting to remote online notarizations to close mortgage loans after the state declared a public health emergency on March 17. The state’s declaration suspended the requirement for a notary to be physically present for signing real estate loan documents.

One of those credit unions, the Cedar Rapids-based Collins Community Credit Union, began using the technology last week. Collins Community has $1.2 billion in assets and about 87,000 members.

Tina Orem

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