Realtor-owned contract software provider zipLogix has renewed service contracts with the state Realtor associations in Texas, Wisconsin and Maine that will continue, and in some cases expand, their members’ access to zipLogix products, the company announced today.
The 75,000 members of the Texas Association of Realtors, in addition to having access to contract forms software zipForm 6, will now have the opportunity to use two other zipLogix products: the document storage tool zipVault and the e-signature platform Digital Ink.
ZipLogix Digital Ink, powered by e-signature provider SIGNiX, embeds digital signatures into electronic forms. ZipVault allows users to securely store transaction files created from zipForm 6 and other programs.
As part of its renewed agreement with zipLogix, the Wisconsin Realtors Association continues to make zipForm 6, along with Digital Ink, available to its 12,000 members.
The Maine Association of Realtors expanded its contract with zipLogix to include the software provider’s mobile-optimizing zipForm product, zipForm Mobile Web Edition, to join the association’s zipForm 6 and zipVault offerings already available to its 3,900 members.
In October, zipLogix (and Instanet Solutions) added Fannie Mae offer documents to their form libraries, allowing real estate agents to access offer documents on HomePath properties alongside their local sales contracts through the agent’s multiple listing service or Realtor association.
In August, zipLogix signed up three Realtor associations in Pennsylvania and four in Wyoming, giving their members access to the company’s zipForm product. In the same month, e-signature service DocuSign became an e-signature option for all zipForm real estate forms.
In the past three months or so, three California MLSs — East Bay Regional MLS, Sandicor Inc. and Central Coast Regional MLS – have signed up for zipLogix’s zipFormMLS-Connect, a tool that allows members to import data directly from the MLS database into their zipForm transaction forms.
Founded in 1991, zipLogix is a joint venture between the National Association of Realtors and Real Estate Business Services Inc., a subsidiary of the California Association of Realtors.
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