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The Realty Alliance Selects Official eSignature Solution

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Apr 22, 2013

DocuSign and The Realty Alliance have announced that The Realty Alliance (TRA) has selected DocuSign as its exclusive and official eSignature provider. The Realty Alliance’s more than 100,000 agents now benefit from the easiest, fastest, most secure way to complete and sign real estate documents—anytime, anywhere, on any device. “We’re pleased to offer DocuSign as the real estate industry standard for eSignature to our network of more than 2,500 offices and sales force of more than 100,000 agents,” said Craig Cheatham, president and CEO of The Realty Alliance. “DocuSign makes it easy for our representatives and their clients to close transactions more quickly, securely and efficiently than ever.” Reflecting the close relationship between DocuSign and The Realty Alliance, Ken Moyle, DocuSign chief legal officer, will be presenting a keynote address at The Realty Alliance’s spring stockholders meeting on April 16, 2013, in San Francisco. “DocuSign brings convenience and peace of mind to the paper intensive processes of buying and selling property,” said Tom Gonser, chief strategy officer at DocuSign. “We’re excited to see The Realty Alliance choose DocuSign for a better, faster, more secure way to close real estate deals.” DocuSign’s electronic signature solution helps real estate professionals: ► Save time & money – DocuSign eliminates printing, faxing, scanning, overnighting, and driving across town to get signatures so documents are signed online in minutes, not days. ► Gain visibility & control – DocuSign lets agents see who has signed documents when, and stores the documents in the cloud for easy access by all signing parties. ► Enhance client satisfaction & loyalty – DocuSign is easy and fast so home buyers and sellers can conveniently sign anytime, anywhere, on any device.
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