Property sales might be the end goal of real estate, but it takes a lot of paperwork to get there – starting with the bids and contracts facilitated by real estate professionals.Read More
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In real estate, the deal is never over until the paperwork is signed. But what happens if someone finds something wrong with transaction documents months after you’ve received your commission? It can happen. A client could claim he never signed a specific clause in a contract, or a real estate authority could put a deal under investigation for fraud.Read More
If you’ve ever purchased a new home, then you know that a real estate transaction is one of the most paper-intensive purchases you’ve ever made. While online and mobile banking services are making significant progress toward digital processes, banks have been slow to break away from their dependence on paper and manual tasks in mortgage loan processing.Read More
Anyone who has been through a mortgage process knows that there are seemingly endless forms that require signatures. For the homeowner- to-be, this process can make the wait less than thrilling, and for the mortgage company, this means a longer process to close a loan.Read More
Recognize a Super Affordable Area That's About to Be Super Hip
The dilemma of any urban dweller trying to live on a budget is finding a neighborhood that is happening yet affordable. It sometimes seems like the search for the Holy Grail.Read More
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This just in—passwords aren't enough anymore! This news shouldn't be much of a shock if you've been following the news lately. Earlier this month, 7 million Dropbox user names and passwords were leaked.
"As the capabilities and convenience of the Internet continue to grow, so does consumer security concerns," Brian Fitzgerald, vice president of marketing at RSA, said in a statement. He added that, "while these concerns are top of mind, behaviors and attitudes of consumers are not changing."Read More
We’re less than a week away from the 2014 REALTORS® Conference & Expo, and we can hardly wait! Not only will we get to network with some amazing real estate agents, but we’ll also get to visit New Orleans.
If you’re one of the 17,000 attendees going to the conference, you’ll have the chance to visit 400 vendors on the exhibit floor (be sure to come see us at booth 1154 to get a sneak peek of zipLogix Digital Ink’s new mobile signing mode). You’ll also be able to choose from 100 educational sessions!Read More
As the housing market continues to rebound, real estate agents across the country are fighting to be the first to secure listings and win bids for buyers. This fast paced environment has made e-signatures an essential part of real estate success.
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If you’re a real estate agent, you know first-hand how much time and money can be wasted waiting for a signature. Many tech-savvy buyers don’t want to drive to your location or print and fax documents. That’s why so many real estate agents are turning to digital signatures.
It’s every real estate agent’s worst nightmare. The paperwork is signed. The deal is finished. You get your commission. And then something goes wrong. You get a call from your jurisdiction’s real estate authority. You, or one of your customers, is under investigation for fraud. Or maybe the call comes from a client saying that they never signed the document.