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NAR and DocuSign Partner on Electronic Signature Solution

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Aug 10, 2011

DocuSign and the National Association of Realtors (NAR) under the Realtor Benefits Program, have announced the availability of the DocuSign Affiliate Program for Realtor Associations and Multiple Listing Services. DocuSign’s Affiliate Program rewards associations and Multiple Listing Services for encouraging member trials of DocuSign for Realtors Professional Edition, an electronic signature solution trusted to complete more than four million real estate transactions to date. The program generates new, non-dues revenue for organizations when they recommend DocuSign to its members. The DocuSign Affiliate Program for Realtor Associations and Multiple Listing Services launched today with charter members including Arkansas Realtor Association, Carteret County Association of Realtor (North Carolina), Ocean County Board of Realtor (New Jersey), and Vail Board of Realtor (Colorado). The DocuSign for Realtors Professional Edition includes features such as in-person signing, negotiation using DocuSign’s collaboration markup feature, and Realtor branding, all specifically created for real estate agents. “With DocuSign’s Affiliate Program, membership organizations across the real estate industry can tap into new revenue streams by simply recommending the industry leader and global standard in electronic signature, DocuSign,” said Dustin Grosse, chief marketing and business development officer at DocuSign.
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