Digitalization in the real estate industry
Resly enables easier collaboration and communication between all parties in the real estate industry, including buyers, sellers, brokers, landlords, tenants, and legal advisors. By using digital signing, information can be quickly and securely shared between all involved, ensuring that everyone is on the same page regarding contracts and agreements.
Quicker and more efficient processes
Traditional contract management can be a time-consuming process involving printing, physically signing, copying and archiving documents. With e-signing, you can quickly and easily send, sign and track contracts digitally, reducing lead times and increasing efficiency. This is particularly beneficial for time-sensitive transactions, such as real estate purchases or rentals, where fast processing of contracts can be crucial to securing a deal.
Greater security and legality
E-signatures mean that each signature is unique and linked to a specific individual, reducing the possibility of forgery and misuse. Electronic signatures are used in combination with advanced encryption methods to protect the integrity of documents and ensure that sensitive information remains secure. Moreover, e-signing generates digital traces that can be used to confirm the authenticity of the signing process and maintain legal certainty, which is of great importance in the real estate sector.
Better traceability and organization
Digital signing makes it easy to monitor which documents have been sent for signing, when they have been opened and when they have been signed. This provides a clear overview of your documents and processes and makes it easier to meet archiving and reporting requirements. Plus, digital documents can be easily stored and searched in the cloud, making it easier to organize and access important contracts.
By reducing paperwork and avoiding printing, copying and physical storage of documents, e-signing can contribute to a more sustainable business. This not only reduces the company's environmental impact, but can also lead to cost savings by reducing the need for paper handling and the use of printers.
Clearer communication and collaboration
E-signing enables easier collaboration and communication between all parties in the real estate industry, including buyers, sellers, brokers, landlords, tenants and legal advisors. By using digital signing, information can be quickly and securely shared between all involved, ensuring that everyone is on the same page regarding contracts and agreements.
Adaptability and scalability
Resly as an e-signature solution is flexible and can be adapted to your specific needs and requirements. Whether you are a small property owner or a large property manager, Resly can easily be scaled up or down to suit your business needs. This makes it easy to expand your business and meet new challenges in the real estate industry.
What can the real estate industry sign digitally?
Many of our customers start with a few single documents but often find other uses for the service, both internal and external.
Keep track of your rental agreements by signing digitally. Use the ""agreement archive"" feature for more control.
Does the customer need parking or extra storage? Make it easy for the tenant to add or remove any of these additions smoothly and easily digitally.
Do you or the tenant want to terminate the contract for any reason? The tenant doesn't even have to come to the office.
Are you building or renovating? Do it with a secure and legally binding digital contract.
Do you work with some subcontractors? Streamline and modernize the process by using Resly.
Do you have partnerships with other companies? Maybe a cleaning company?
Complete employment contracts digitally. Good from both an administrative and environmental perspective.
An easement is a right that gives one person or organization access to or use of another person's property for a specific purpose, such as access to a road or water pipe.
An optional contract gives one party the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell a property at a predetermined price within a certain period of time.
When two or more people own a property together, a co-ownership agreement can be used to establish each party's ownership share, responsibilities and rights in relation to the property.
Management contracts regulate the relationship between property owners and property managers, including responsibilities, remuneration, reporting and conditions for termination of the contract.