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11/06/2014 | Author: Editorial Staff

Tuesday’s update to zipForm Plus resulted in two new features you can use right now:

Share forms online via zipForm Plus to anyone—buyers, sellers, tenants, other agents and brokers. People you invite to your Community can view documents and fill in and edit forms.

This feature is available for all forms in your zipForm Plus account. Check out this PDF about Community to get started.

Note: You cannot sign documents within Community; you’ll need to use DocuSign or Digital Ink. Also, Community doesn’t affect the three forms that consumers can fill out and sign via DocuSign or Digital Ink: Seller’s Disclosure Notice (TAR 1406), Residential Lease Application (TAR 2003), Owner’s Notice Concerning Condition of Property Under Property Management Agreement (TAR 2206). These forms can also be used in the Community tool.

File and document approval
Brokers can now review, leave notes about, and approve their agents’ documents electronically with zipForm Plus. An agent can flag anything from a single form to an entire transaction for review and receive notifications of any notes or changes to the approval status.Read more about file and document approval.

Learn more about both these new features by contacting zipForm at 800-383-9805 or support.zipform.com.

Categories: Forms, Legal
Tags: zipform plus, forms

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