DocuSign: the choice of top-performing agents
Top-performing agents know speed and customer service are vital in real estate. DocuSign gets deals done faster, has the best top-rated mobile apps, and is easy to use, so you can focus on what matters most—your clients.
Get it done faster
Stop chasing paper. With DocuSign, getting approvals and signing real estate contracts with your clients is quick and simple.
Work from anywhere
Real Estate deals don’t just happen in an office. Send an offer from our easy-to-use electronic signature apps, enabling your clients to sign from almost anywhere.
Easy for everyone
Buying a house is complicated; signing a contract shouldn’t be. DocuSign’s industry-leading eSignature tools make it easier to close the deal.
Outperform the competition with DocuSign
faster turnaround time on contracts
increase in client satisfaction scores
of documents are completed in one day
From DocuSign aggregated customer performance metrics, 2015
The eSignature solution built for real estate
There's a reason DocuSign is considered the number one eSignature provider in real estate* -- it's easy to use, mobile, and always available, whenever you need it. Plus it connects with tools agents use everyday, including REI Forms Live, Dropbox, Evernote, and Gmail.
*According to Inman News
Easy to send and sign
DocuSign makes it easy for you to be up and running in minutes on any device. With a step-by-step guided eSigning experience, your clients will know exactly where they need to sign.
Real estate deals don’t just happen in an office. DocuSign’s top-rated mobile apps allow you to submit an offer from your car, a coffee shop, at a showing—wherever your business takes you.
Connects to the tools you use
Send out a listing agreement directly from REI Forms Live, sign a contract right from your Gmail account, and upload documents straight from Dropbox.
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FAQ for real estate agents
What does DocuSign’s real estate software include?
Everything you need to send, sign, and track documents. You can use DocuSign to prepare and send documents to your clients to be filled out and signed. You can also use DocuSign to receive, sign and complete documents, enabling you to digitally manage everything involved in a real estate transaction.
Are electronic signatures legally binding in real estate transactions?
Yes. Electronic Signature has been recognised by law in Australia since 1999, with the passage of the Electronic Transactions Act. Parties can legally use any form of electronic signature to create valid real estate documents such as lease agreements, purchase and sales contracts.
How secure are DocuSign's electronic signatures?
Completely secure. As per industry best practices, each electronic signature is unique, documentable, encrypted, and tamper-evident. Transactions are confidential and DocuSign maintains a comprehensive audit trail of all signing events.
Will DocuSign work with the tools we use at our real estate office?
Absolutely. With DocuSign, you can upload documents in Microsoft Word, PDF, and other common formats. Upload documents from your computer or from popular filesharing sites like Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, and OneDrive. DocuSign also works with tools like REI Forms Live.
How do clients sign documents that I send to them?
It’s easy. Recipients click a link to open the document on their mobile phone, tablet, or computer. Then, follow the tabs and simple instructions to fill out and sign the document. When the recipient clicks Finish, the signed document is saved and you are notified of its completion.
What if my real estate contracts are in a language other than English?
With DocuSign, you can send documents in 13 languages and sign documents in 43 localised languages.
Does DocuSign’s real estate software work with mobile devices?
Yes! You can prepare and send real estate documents for signature, complete in-person signing, and see document status instantly right from your smartphone or tablet with DocuSign’s mobile app, available worldwide in Apple's iOS App Store, Google Play, Windows Phone, and Windows stores at no additional cost.