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Notarize Surpasses $1B in Online Real Estate Transactions

Phil Hall
May 30, 2019
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Notarize, a Boston-headquartered company that offered the first entirely online real estate closing process, announced that it passed the $1 billion mark for real estate transactions after 18 months in business.
 
Notarize, a Boston-headquartered company that offered the first entirely online real estate closing process, announced that it passed the $1 billion mark for real estate transactions after 18 months in businessAccording to the company, Notarize works with companies that facilitate 40 percent of all U.S. real estate transactions. The company is predicting that it will reach the $2 billion mark within the next four weeks.
 
“Today, it’s incredible to announce that we’ve helped people buy and sell more than $1 billion of real estate online, saving tens of thousands of hours for our partners and their clients and getting thousands of people into their homes faster,” said Pat Kinsel, founder and CEO of Notarize. “What was once science fiction is now occurring around the clock on the Notarize platform. The era of the online closing is officially upon us.”

 
Published
May 30, 2019
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