The Texas Association of Realtors (TAR) will use Zillow owned and operated platform Dotloop to help its members simplify the real estate buying and selling process.
The agreement will make all TAR's forms available in the Dotloop document library accessible to its more than 100,000 members for free.
As a result TAR members will be able to easily and more efficiently complete, share and sign documents and monitor and manage entire real estate transactions from start to close.
Dotloop founder and general manager Austin Allison says home buyers' expectations have dramatically changed as technology has evolved, but the technology his company will now deliver to TAR members will enable them to "move their transactions along".
He adds Dotloop's agreement with TAR is the latest example of the momentum the company has achieved with associations and MLSs.
"To date, nearly 100 associations and MLSs have made their forms available via dotloop to give their members an easier, more secure way to grow their businesses and work efficiently with everyone involved in a transaction," Allison says.
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Texas Realty senior administrative manager Katie Sharp confirms access to TAR forms directly in the Dotloop platform to conduct transactions has already made the real estate process more efficient.
"It's improving communication and saving our staff and agents dozens of hours each week," Sharp says. "Getting access to TAR forms is an integral step in this process."
</b>Operated by Zillow Group, Dotloop is the leading collaboration platform in real estate where more than 1.2 million professionals get deals done.
It enables agents, brokers and third-party service providers to complete entire transactions online, bringing people, documents and tasks into one workspace called a "loop."
Dotloop allows brokers to run a better business by increasing visibility, retaining top talent and reducing operating costs.