The National Association of Realtor’s (NAR) official eSignature provider, DocuSign, is now offering a package with Cartavi Transaction Rooms, a bundle expected to help Realtors efficiently manage the loose ends of a transaction.
“DocuSign and Cartavi help real estate professionals deliver exceptional experiences for their clients,” Glenn Shimkus, DocuSign’s head of transaction management technology and former Cartavi CEO and co-founder, said in a press release distributed today. “Our bundled transaction room and eSignature solutions help close deals faster by offering secure convenience to leverage the industry’s leading document collaboration tools and eSignature transaction management solutions.”
Cartavi Transaction Rooms will allow agents to manage, share and sign documents – through DocuSign – remotely and securely, the release said. The bundle makes printing, faxing and scanning obsolete, which will help Realtors save money, according to the release. Furthermore, Realtors and their clients no longer have to worry about collecting signatures, as they can now be received electronically on any device, the release said.
“The combination of DocuSign eSignature and Cartavi Transaction Rooms helps me be a better, more efficient agent for my clients,” Keller Williams associate broker Maya Paveza said in the press release. “I can collaborate on every aspect of my transactions, keep track of documents, and get the right people to DocuSign at the right time on my mobile device, no matter where I am. DocuSign’s new bundled solution enables me to deliver world class service to my clients every time.”
DocuSign purchased Cartavi in May of this year. Available through the NAR’S Realtor Benefits Program, the DocuSign for Realtors eSignature service is offered to one million members.
Industry professionals attending NAR’s Annual Conference & Expo in San Francisco Nov. 8-11 can stop by the DocuSign booth to get more information about DocuSign, the bundle and pricing. Those seeking additional information who are unable to attend the event can click here.