The more than 1,000 agents of William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty, Sotheby’s largest affiliate, can now use dotloop’s digital transaction management platform as part of a deal announced today.
The platform allows agents to store, sign, share and collaborate on deals digitally with all parties of a transaction. Stamford, Conn.-based William Pitt Sotheby’s will also use the dotloop-DASHBOARD, a tool that helps firms achieve transparency and ensure compliance by giving them real-time views into all of the firms’ transactions.
The brokerage, which has 26 offices in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Westchester County, N.Y., is the second large Northeast brokerage dotloop has signed up in as many weeks.
Last week, dotloop announced Wallingford, Conn.-based Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New England Properties had signed up to use its platform. The firm has more than 1,500 agents in 52 offices in Connecticut and Rhode Island.
“Dotloop will help us deliver the best experience from start to close in homebuying and selling, making the interaction between our agents and clients even stronger,” said Vincent Socci, chief operating officer at William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty, in a statement.
Dotloop set out to attract large, multi-office brokerages in 2014 with an update to its transaction management platform in January that included enhanced customer service and training, and customization and branding options.