The age of the electronic Real Estate closing.

Posted by Ian McPherson on Wednesday, April 15th, 2020 at 2:51pm.

A Real Estate closing used to mean that the buyer and seller would go to a third party closer (Attorney, Title company etc.) to sign a huge stack of documents.  The mortgage would then fund via wire and the transaction was considered complete.  Now we are able to eliminate the need for most "wet signatures".  Those of us in the Real Esate business are now using software such as Docusign and DotLoop to create electronic listing agreements, sales agreements, mortgages and closings.  When a "Wet Signature" is needed we can send a mobile notary to your home or place of business so that you can sign on the dotted line. 

The buying, selling and closing experience can be very convenient when done electonically and is preferred by many of our customers.  If you would prefer the "electronic experience" please give me a call and I'll get you set up.  It's all about you and your personal choice of what makes you most comfortable.  My job is help guide your through the process and I will tailor it to your preferences.  Electronic ... or in Person.  It's up to you.

Thank you,

Ian McPherson



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