Unlock more features with the mobile app: Scan documents with your camera phone, eSign contracts via text and add docs from other apps like Google Drive.
You already text your clients, so why not send and eSign contracts via text with the ability to export conversations?
This “Easy Offer” feature lets you push out a link of a listing on social media, enabling buying agents to easily submit offers.
If your clients need to sign as a Power of Attorney or an LLC, here’s a video that walks you through the process.
Attach your association within your dotloop account to access the latest addendums and forms.
Brokers can make commonly used clauses available to their agents through their templates – making it easy for agents to insert COVID-19 clauses to contracts.
Admins can take the controls and keep the deal moving forward when an agent needs to spend time with their family or is otherwise unavailable.
Gain compliance without having to drive to the office or meet face to face using dotloop’s Submit for Review feature, enabling admins to review all documents digitally.
Edit the name or email of anyone in your loop from the main loop page or from the View Details page.
If you have a long document that needs to be separated into multiple PDFs, you can easily split and rotate it with the dotloop Document Editor.
Need a document from a previous deal? Instead of uploading a new document, copy the former into a new loop with the new property details to save time.
Is a bank or mortgage requiring you to fax copies of documents? With dotloop, you can fax documents directly from a loop.
Access new interactive forms within your account to educate and wow clients. Select from a mortgage calculator, estimate net sheets, a listing checklist and more.
Exclusive interview with Nick Bailey, RE/MAX CCO, on the future of real estate and what agents need to know to adapt now to a changing industry.
Learn actionable tips on how real estate agents can continue to nurture clients and create value using video.
Daryl Rogers, President of BHGRE Reliance Partners, reflects on lessons learned from the past recession and how this pandemic may forever change real estate.