Mobile and Remote Online Notary (RON). It provides mobile and remote online notary loan signing and notary public services and virtual business administrative services. What is so unique about my business is it’s a “business to business” and “business to customer” base company. RECA Resources has the capability to provide services includes:
● Mobile and RON Loan Signing Services: mortgage, refinancing and reverse mortgage notarization services
● Mobile and RON Notary Public Services: general notary services notarize client’s documents remotely online nationwide
Virtual Assistant services include electronic data and document management, website and social media branding and other advanced administrative services.
What is your company description and what makes your company unique?
How did you get into entrepreneurship?
August, 2013, I started Tipi Toez Dance & Creative Movement, LLC while pursuing my bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Ashford University. I taught toddlers ballet and creative movement in daycare facilities. I have been a professional liturgical dancer since 1996. I have danced and ministered in Boston, MA, San Juan, Puerto Rico, Houston, TX, Philadelphia, PA, Salisbury, MD, and the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan area. I also performed at various churches, dance concerts and other events such as the National Mall in Washington, D.C., Public Playhouse in Cheverly, Maryland, Home for the Aging, Mother’s and Daughter’s tea and luncheons and Uniting Sisters luncheons.
I have given back what I learned by teaching youth and adult’s choreography for more than 15 years. I was a member of several professional dance companies and a member of Women of Excellence – a nonprofit outreach organization where she served as the Event Coordinator. I dissolved Tipi Toez Dance and Creative Movement LLC because of my move to Florida.
Why do you do what you do?
There are several reasons why I enjoy being an entrepreneur. For one, I love the fact of having the freedom to display my worth, the skills I accumulated over the years, my proactive qualities, and the freedom to be a highly motivated customer service focused professional and meeting interesting people.
Another reason is I love anything that has to do with real estate. I was a realtor from 2007 to 2010 in the State of Maryland, a member of the National Association of Realtors, Maryland Association of Realtors, Prince George’s Association of Realtors, Metropolitan Regional Information Systems or MRIS, Graduate of the Weichert Quick Start Academy and held a Rental Certification; as you can see, real estate is one of my niches in the business.
Because of the latter reasons, I did my research on becoming a Notary Signing Agent (NSA). I am now a Certified NSA Mobile and Remote Online Notary Public trained by with Notary2Pro and National Notary Association (NNA). I am also a member of AAN and NNA. I have a background check approved by NNA and I am Errors and Omissions Insured and Bonded.
What tools, resources or books have you used to start and/or grow your business?
The tools and resources I used to start and grow my business were Google, Score, and Small Business Administration (SBA.) Google was a great tool for researching my services and what I need to enhance my talent to offer the services I will be providing; for example, receiving training certifications/credentials and business license. Another resource I use is SCORE for business advice and business educational webinars for new and advance business owners. Lastly, I attend the Small Business Expo a virtual small business networking platform and business resources platform. They sponsor business resources and educational webinars, as well as “B2B” and “B2C” networking platforms.
Why did you choose to locate your business in Florida?
Originally from the DMV (Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia) Metropolitan area, I relocated to Port St. Lucie in the Fall of 2019. I decided to launch a notary public and virtual assistant business – RECA Resources LLC. RECA stands for Resourceful, Excellence, Courteous and Assurance – quality is what I represent and will offer to future clients.
What advice do you have for other entrepreneurs?
Never give up on your dreams, learn from your mistakes and mistakes of others, research the industry, and never stop learning about your business. At the end of day, ask yourself, “What have you accomplished to get to where you need to be?” Always set business goals. Most of all, have passion and patience in your business.
How can other entrepreneurs help you?
Other entrepreneurs can help by networking or use my notary and virtual services.