“But… if I don’t have a real estate agent, who’s going to do all of the paperwork?”
Your real estate agent doesn’t really do that much paperwork… at all.
In fact when using Reozom, a real estate tech platform and online flat fee broker, sellers complete all of the required “paperwork” electronically and intuitively. They are able to do this because using Reozom is as easy as using Facebook.
You are paying your real estate agent thousands of dollars to do a task that you can do online while watching a 30-minute episode of a Netflix series.
It’s a total myth that real estate agents do a lot of paperwork. A real estate agent is responsible for completing listing documents and a purchase agreement (upon the acceptance of an offer). That’s it.
During Reozom’s streamlined listing process, you are guided step-by-step through each document as if you are filling out any other online application. Legal disclosures are also completed. Reozom covers it all.
Now you may be thinking, “But wait, I still don’t know how to fill out a listing document…”
Nobody knows your home better than you. With the use of Reozom’s technology, you can complete this “paperwork” all on your own without ever picking up a pen.
Still have doubts? Try answering these questions below:
How many cars fit in your garage?
How many rooms are in your house?
Does your dishwasher currently work?
Has there been evidence of water in your basement?
Does your roof leak?
Knew all the answers, didn’t you?
You can totally do this.
Even better, Reozom automatically generates a Purchase Agreement for you after you accept an offer directly through our platform. You don’t even have to think. It’s immediately ready for you to send off to your title rep.
Which brings us to the real paperwork aka the title work. Your title representative is in charge of handling all of your closing documents (you know, that large stack of paper that you sign before getting the keys). Your real estate agent has nothing to do with these documents.
Thousands of dollars will be saved… along with a lot trees, too.