NexTitle has announced the general availability of its newest suite of online tools known as GLADiS, for real estate and mortgage professionals. With today’s hectic schedules, many agents and lenders work non-traditional business hours. GLADiS was designed to cater to on-the-go professionals, enabling them to access the information and documents they need to serve their customers from anywhere, at any time. Since its initial launch, NexTitle has seen an increase in online orders by nearly 60 percent, increasing from a handful of orders per day to nearly 10 a day.
GLADiS meets a critical need for today’s mortgage and real estate professionals, allowing them to access all of their historic and active real estate transactions conveniently from any device. GLADiS provides a convenient way to open new transactions and order customer service products, turning traditionally time-consuming processes into a series of quick clicks of a mouse, helping to streamline and accelerate transaction steps.
Key features of GLADiS include:
►Enabling professionals to order documents, listing packages, and receive instant order numbers and Good Faith Estimates (GFEs – for Refi’s only) right away, all from the same interface.
►Providing convenient functions to easily manage frequently used contacts
►Offering Listing Packages to provide access a house’s transaction history
►Intelligent property search feature to locate the subject property
►Support for Centralized teams (i.e., sharing and viewing orders and history)
“As the housing market continues to see marked improvements, GLADiS is gaining a lot of positive interest from real estate and mortgage professionals interested in partnering with a next-gen title and escrow company focused on customer satisfaction and successful closings ,” said Ray Lewandowski, vice president of sales and marketing with NexTitle. “We’re really simplifying how industry professionals manage their time and businesses, allowing them to accelerate the pace at which they operate without having to sacrificing the quality of the services they provide.”