How to Use the iPad to Sign a Contract!

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Real Estate Agent with RE/MAX Revolution
I have been asked what iPad apps I use in the field. Well, here is one that you will use every day. Rather than typing it all out, you can click this video for a quick 3 minute demo:



Thanks for all the positive feedback! I will post a few more of these how-to's over the next few weeks.

If you have something you'd like me to cover, please comment below and I'll do my best to accommodate!
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Jay O'Brien
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Hi Alice-- I get my contracts from the board's website. Then I can email them directly to my box.net account (like Dropbox). From there PDF Expert will sync with box.net, Dropbox, Google Docs, or a couple of other places for you to import your contracts.

Best practice would be to have some blank contracts stored out there for emergencies. Often I will prepare an offer contract for my buyers and keep it out there so more of it is already filled in come offer time.

Thanks for the comments! Hope this helps!

May 23, 2011 08:19 AM
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Anne Lok
Homes for Modern City Dwellers
Homelife Realty One Ltd. Brokerage

Hi Jay- does this app allow you to cross off [delete] clauses? I am trying to figure out a way of working a counter...

May 25, 2011 09:48 PM
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Jay O'Brien
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RE/MAX Revolution
Anne- you can write on the PDF, just as if it were a sheet of paper, striking through comments. Also you can create a text box and type directly into it. Is that what you are trying to do?
May 25, 2011 10:11 PM
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Douglas Belcher
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RE/MAX of Nanaimo

very cool, is there any legal issues, i.e. do you need to put a clause in saying The buyer and seller agree that reproduction of signatures and initials by digital copies or telecommunications will be treated as originals?

November 17, 2011 02:01 AM
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Jay O'Brien
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I have not heard of any specific laws to that effect, Douglas. Docusign has a check box with a disclaimer like that. Good question and it may vary from state to state.

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Author Bio: Jay O'Brien specializes in Real Estate in the Kansas City metro area, including the Northland of Kansas City : Liberty : Gladstone : North Kansas City : and Kansas City. Jay is licensed in both Missouri and Kansas and has helped clients in Overland Park, Leavenworth, Olathe, Smithville and many other areas in the metro. Jay uses technology in new and interesting ways to market listings, as well as helping buyers to find their perfect homes. Want to make Real Estate fun? Give Jay a call and see if he can EARN your business. 816-774-1357.