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DocuSign for Real Estate

4.6
(87)

DocuSign for Real Estate is a transaction management platform designed for real estate agents and brokers.

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DocuSign for Real Estate Features

Real Estate Transaction Management Platform Features

E-Signature Capabilities

Send and receive documents for digital signature, signable through email or mobile applications.

95%
(Based on 77 reviews)

Document Creation & Templates

Create and format documents with e-signature fields. Use pre-built document templates or create your own.

90%
(Based on 68 reviews)

Document Storage

Store files for easy access and retain copies of documents through either built-in features or integration with document management software.

88%
(Based on 65 reviews)

Task Management

Establish custom checklists to help coordinate the parties involved in real estate transactions.

84%
(Based on 55 reviews)

Regulatory Compliance

Review and format contracts for compliance, and log transactions and events in case of an audit.

89%
(Based on 59 reviews)

Document Encryption

Automatically encrypt files to guarantee high-level security.

92%
(Based on 63 reviews)

Communication Tools

Collaborate with team members and individuals involved in transactions through text, email, or built-in messaging features. Track messages exchanged through these channels.

88%
(Based on 65 reviews)

Dashboards

An easy to read, often single page, real-time user interface, showing a graphical presentation of the current status and historical trends of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to enable instantaneous and informed decisions to be made at a glance.

88%
(Based on 69 reviews)

Custom Branding

Custom branding can be applied to documents and the e-signature process.

81%
(Based on 49 reviews)

Integrations API

Application Programming Interface - Specification for how the application communicates with other software. API's typically enable integration of data, logic, objects, etc with other software applications.

84%
(Based on 43 reviews)