Royal LePage recently announced that the company has entered into apreferred provider partnership with DocuSign, Inc. (“DocuSign”) The Global Standard for Digital Transaction Management™ (“DTM”). Royal LePage real estate brokers and agents can now leverage DocuSign to make the home buying and selling process faster, easier, more convenient and secure than ever for their clients.
“DocuSign’s innovative technology will improve the speed and agility with which our brokers and agents can move and process transactions, and, in turn improve the homebuying and selling experience for Canadians,” says Phil Soper, president and chief executive of Royal LePage. “Royal LePage is continuously exploring new digital services and capabilities to meet the fast-paced and highly competitive demands of today’s real estate environment. DocuSign was the clear leader in the digital transaction space.”
Royal LePage is part of The Realty Alliance, a network of North America’s elite real estate firms which has an exclusive relationship with DocuSign in both Canada and the United States. DocuSign helps real estate professionals keep business digital from offer to close by eliminating printing, faxing, scanning, overnighting and driving around town to complete transactions. Documents can be digitally prepared, electronically signed, and managed anywhere, at anytime and from any device to help brokers and agents close deals faster, reduce costs, and delight their clients.
More than 115,000 real estate professionals use DocuSign to share, sign and send millions of documents, from residential to commercial real estate, property management, mortgage, escrow, and more. Using DocuSign for Real Estate PLUS, brokers and agents can manage the entire transaction online securely with all participants, and provide customers with a convenient digital and mobile experience.
To learn more about DocuSign visit http://www.docusign.com.