The National Association of Realtors says its 1.2 million members will receive special pricing and offers from electronic signature services provider DocuSign as a result of NAR’s investment in the company.
NAR’s venture capital fund, Second Century Ventures LLC, announced Nov. 16 that it had made an undisclosed "strategic investment" in DocuSign. Second Century also has a stake in ePropertyData, a Commercial Information Exchange (CIE) technology company, and its portfolio includes previous investments by NAR in Move Inc., zipLogix and SentriLock (see story).
NAR says the latest investment by Second Century makes DocuSign "the official and exclusive provider of ESIGN services" for its members.
DocuSign will provide special pricing and offers to Realtors through NAR’s Realtor Benefits Program, and is currently offering a special promotion through Dec. 31.
The promotion includes a special price on an enhanced version of DocuSign for Real Estate Standard Edition that adds custom branding capabilities, available for $13.95 per user per month for those making an annual commitment, or $17.95 per user per month on a month-to-month basis.
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