As one of the largest financial transactions you’ll ever make, it’s easy to understand why there is so much paperwork involved with buying a home or condo. And while sorting through all those documents, loan applications, and financial statements may seem stressful to buyers, keeping everything in order and well-organized is also just as taxing on real estate agents and professionals as it is to the home buyers.
Implementing a system that allows you to store, manage, and even share all the paperwork involved in a real estate transaction is not only safe, smart, and efficient, but it can also save valuable time. Throughout our busy schedules and constant on-the-go lifestyle, we’ve all misplaced something along the way and even spending just a few minutes searching for anything around the office or your briefcase can be frustrating and extremely annoying.
If eliminating that lost time trying find lost paperwork and instilling a way to seamlessly store, manage, and share documents with everyone involved in a real estate transactions sounds like something you desperately need in your professional life, it might be time to check out Cartavi™, a paperless way to organize every real estate deal that comes across you desk.
So how does Cartavi work? Simply enough, all real estate agents need to do is upload all your documents from a computer or e-mail, sort each item to a Transaction Room that you create, and select the people in your Cartavi network in which you grant access. Anyone from attorneys, appraisers, real estate agents, buyers and sellers can be added to your network and you can fully regulate who sees what documents. In addition, Cartavi is fully equipped with a mobile app and mobile capabilities, so whether you’re in the office or out in the field, agents can monitor exactly what is happening with each transaction from the convenience of a smart phone or tablet.
For more information on Cartavi™ or to check out their plans, visit cartavi.com and get organized today!
Joe Heath is a graduate of Indiana University and also holds a Graduate Certificate in Real Estate Development from Drexel University. After working as a Market Research Associate at Hanley Wood Market Intelligence in Chicago, Joe now works as a Web Marketing Specialist and is a managing partner at Real Estate Web Creation, LLC.