CREA announces new WEBForms® service provider
In November, the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) announced it will be transitioning to a new service provider for CREA WebForms® in 2019. The new CREA WEBForms® will be powered by the leading transaction management platform TransactionDesk® by Lone Wolf Technologies.
The Fraser Valley Real Estate Board (FVREB) first developed WEBForms and sold it to CREA in 2001. For nearly 18 years, FVREB regularly provided CREA with the infrastructure, support and product oversight to ensure REALTORS® across Canada could efficiently work with their clients. We thank FVREB for their innovation and commitment to enhancing the Canadian real estate profession.
What does this new partnership with TransactionDesk® mean for BC REALTORS®?
TransactionDesk® offers cloud-based real estate business tools for seamless transactions with clients. BC REALTORS® can look forward to a number of new features, including:
- unlimited TransactionDesk® storage for signed and third-party documents, task management, checklists and more;
- freedom of choice with regards to leading digital signature, document management and transaction management add-on applications; and
- integration with REALTOR® Load (ADT).
We understand this will be a significant transition for members and are committed to working with CREA and real estate boards to ensure training resources will be available. CREA has yet to provide its 2019 rollout schedule, but we'll share more news as it becomes available.
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