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Zip Forms

What do you use???  What else is there???  In Houston we have to use Zip Forms, and I hate it,  and with it I use DocUsign... I was just wondering if anyone has any feed back about electronic signatures and how title companies are accepting them... So for with 23 contracts, I have not had very many title companies say anything.  I did however have a bank on a short sale say no to the use of it and they did not want faxed copies either....
 
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Comment balloon 9 commentsDanny Frank • June 25 2007 09:13PM

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Real fast forms. www.realfast.com  plus you can use it in it's online version. Also, out there is formulator, but pricey.
Posted by Susan Trombley, Broker/Realtor, Raleigh, Cary, Wake Forest, Youngs (Trombley Real Estate) over 11 years ago

I use RealFast as well.  I have used zip as well, prefer realfast.

Havent used digital signatures yet so cant comment on the adapation.

 

Posted by Michele Connors, Your Eastern North Carolina Realtor (The Overton Group, LLC Pitt & Carteret County) over 11 years ago
We use mbaiforms.net for our forms, I don't know if they operate outside the state of Maryland though.  I've also used Proforms.
Posted by June Piper-Brandon, Piecing Dreams One Home at a Time (Remax New Beginnings ) over 11 years ago

I used Zipforms before but our board offered Formsrus for free so I took advantage of it.  It works very well once I got used to it.  Both formats can be e-mailed but Formsrus allows the recipient to edit the text which is really handy.  Electronic signature is not common in Southern IL yet, but Faxed signature is very common.  It also depends on the document--power of atty requires originals. 

Thanks for asking.

Posted by Yolanda Hoversten, Broker - O Fallon, IL Real Estate (Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Elite Properties) over 11 years ago

I'm obviously using zip forms also, since I am also in the Houston area.  How does the Docusign work?  I would be interested in knowing more about that.  Maybe another post???

Every once in a while I get someone that wants to go to Pearland and that is way out of my territory. 

Posted by Marchel Peterson, Spring TX Real Estate E-Pro (Results Realty) over 11 years ago
Doc U Sign is a part of Zip forms and I have found it to be priceless...  It is the easiest way to get an original signature on a contract.  It is not free but it is worth every penny so far.
Posted by Danny Frank, The Real Estate Expert (Heritage Texas Properties) over 11 years ago
Everyone uses Zipforms here in Las Vegas, although Jacqui loves them. -Charles
Posted by Jacqulyn Richey, Las Vegas Real Estate (Prominent Realty Group) over 11 years ago

Why do you hate Zip Forms? 

Posted by Ann Walker over 10 years ago

Ann,

This blog was over a year ago and they have since fixed MOST of their issues.  They have gotten much better but I still have problems with them not liking IE 7 or the latest FireFox browsers.  I think at the time they where having a lot of problems with the viewer dumping contracts... I still have to save after every page just to make sure I don't loose any info...

Posted by Danny Frank, The Real Estate Expert (Heritage Texas Properties) over 10 years ago

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