With partners touching 40% of the industry, Notarize expects to facilitate another billion in online real estate transactions within the next four weeks
Notarize, the first company to enable an entirely online real estate closing process, has announced that it has facilitated more than $1 billion in real estate transactions, powering the homebuying experiences for the fastest-growing lenders, title companies, and realtors nationwide.
Notarize’s Real Estate Platform is helping homebuyers and sellers close on their dream homes, entirely online, from anywhere in the world. Partnered with companies that facilitate 40% of all real estate transactions, Notarize is transforming the homebuying experience across the country.
As a result, the company is experiencing explosive growth: It took 18 months to reach the first billion and the company will close the second billion within the next four weeks.
"The people buying and selling homes love the convenience of remote online notarization,” said Glenn Kelman, CEO of Redfin. “We've hosted closings across three continents via mobile phones because of this technology. Notarize is taking a step towards making real estate markets more liquid, so it's easier for people to move to better neighborhoods, better job prospects, and a better life."
Named to Housingwire’s Tech100 list and a winner of the LendingTree Innovation Award, Notarize is one of the first platform that helps anyone buy, sell or finance their home online. Notarize customers include the fastest-growing lenders, national title companies and underwriters, and is backed by the National Association of Realtors.
“Today, it’s incredible to announce that we’ve helped people buy and sell more than $1 billion of real estate online, saving tens of thousands of hours for our partners and their clients and getting thousands of people into their homes faster,” said Pat Kinsel, Founder and CEO of Notarize. “What was once science fiction is now occurring around the clock on the Notarize platform. The era of the online closing is officially upon us.”