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Digital Forms and Signatures Are A Hassle For Many List Agents22/3/2022
Digital Forms and Signatures Are A Hassle For Many List Agents It seems like every month there is a new digital form or e-signature provider popping up as the next best way for buyers’ agents to write up offers and/or submit those offers to list agents. Some examples of these services include Docusign, EchoSign, DotLoop, Reesio, ZipLogix, FormSimplicty, and dozens of other services. To get more news about ebrokerhouse, you can visit wikifx.com official website. While this is great for buyers’ agents because they can use the service that they like best, it can be a real hassle for many list agents. We hear from frustrated list agents everyday that hate having to adopt and learn new technologies just so they can review their offers. They do not want to have to register for and go through the learning curve of adopting a new platform just to review and respond to an offer. On listings with multiple offers it is getting very common for a list agent to receive offers via 2, 3 or 4 different technology platforms. I decided to write this blog post after to speaking to an agent in Orlando, FL yesterday that was complaining that she had a “hot” short sale listing and had received 9 offers on the property in less than two weeks. Five were via email, one came over by fax, one from DotLoop, one from DocuSign, and one from ZipLogix Digital Ink. While she was familiar with DocuSign, she had never used the other two technologies and she was frustrated having to deal with them. Our belief at eBrokerHouse is that the listing agent should dictate the offer process. They own the listing and they should decide how they receive their offers. In the MLS, list agents can direct all of their offers be submitted to them through eBrokerHouse so they all come over on one medium in one uniform format. eBrokerHouse makes it simple to review and compare all your offers and reply with ease. List agents can also attach documents, include offer instructions, and create custom offer form fields to ensure they receive complete offers on initial submission. Even if a list agent chooses to use eBrokerHouse to receive their offers, the buyers’ agents can still use whatever technology they wish with their clients to write the offers. But, when it’s time to submit, they need to convert their offer into a PDF and submit via eBrokerHouse. Buyers agents get a confirmation their offer was submitted successfully and can track the status if their offer online at anytime.
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