360° Coverage : Santa Fe Exclusives Streamlines Client Experience with...

Santa Fe Exclusives Streamlines Client Experience with Introduction of Online Document System

Santa Fe luxury home broker takes steps to improve efficiency.

Nov 11 2013, 5:02am CST | by PR.com

Santa Fe, NM, November 11, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Gearing up for an exciting new system launch on December 1, Santa Fe Exclusives is in the final stages of testing an online document system expected to significantly expedite the paperwork process. The brokerage, which specializes in luxury homes, is looking forward to the higher levels of productivity the new system will bring.

The system will allow clients to sign, save, fax, email, and store their transaction paperwork digitally, eliminating the hassle of printing, faxing, and scanning hard copies for real estate professionals and financial teams. Nobel Davis, broker and owner of Santa Fe Exclusives pointed out, “There is a lot of paperwork that is involved in any real estate transaction. As more and more things are done online, the paperwork involved in a real estate transaction can be overwhelming to people who usually communicate via email and distribute documents electronically. Since our goal is to provide the best service to our clients, putting this document system in place was a logical investment for us.”

Davis also addressed the need to remain competitive with the vast number of other brokerages who now use online document systems. “While online document systems are not new,” she admits. “There aren’t many brokerages that will make the investment in research, training, and time to provide this level of service to their clients. This new system will put us in a stronger competitive position and allow us to attract and serve high-end clients better than before. Transactions won’t be slowed down because one of the principals is out of town, for example. There will no longer be a need for our buyers and sellers to rush out the door to get to a fax machine in order to meet their deadlines. So, transactions become faster, more accurate, and less stressful.”

Reportedly, the entire staff at Santa Fe Exclusives is looking forward to the transition, especially because of the up-to-date information that will be available at any time to all participants involved in a transaction. Clients too have expressed relief about the program’s implementation. Previously daunted by the high volume of paperwork they must retain and organize, they look forward to the ease of paperless transactions. Undoubtedly, the highly anticipated transition will be well received by all involved.

Santa Fe Exclusives is located at 19 W. Coronado Road in Santa Fe, NM. For more information, visit www.santafeexclusives.com or call toll free 888-300-5580.

Contact Information:
Santa Fe Exclusives
Nobel Davis
888-300-5580
Contact via Email
www.santafeexclusives.com

Read the full story here: http://www.pr.com/press-release/526562

Press Release Distributed by PR.com

Source: PR.com

 
 
 

blog comments powered by Disqus

Latest stories

Russia allows buffalo meat imports from India
Moscow, Dec 4 (IANS/TASS) Russia has allowed imports of buffalo meat from India, the country's veterinary regulator said Thursday.
 
 
New guidelines for prostate cancer testing
Melbourne, Dec 4 (IANS) Prostate cancer checks in Australia are set to improve after cancer agencies and health experts reached an agreement on new testing guidelines at the World Cancer Congress (WCC) currently being held in Melbourne.
 
 
Australian researcher discovers first artwork by early human
Sydney, Dec 4 (IANS) An Australian researcher has discovered what is believed to be the first artwork created by a human.
 
 
Insects compete with rats to clear garbage
New York, Dec 4 (IANS) Insects play a very important role in cleaning up cities and they compete with other pests like rats and pigeons in their endeavour, a study has said.
 
 
 

Latest from the Network

Australian researcher discovers first artwork by early human
Sydney, Dec 4 (IANS) An Australian researcher has discovered what is believed to be the first artwork created by a human. The simple zigzag pattern found on a fossilized shell from the Indonesian island of Java has...
Read more on Celebrity Balla
 
Insects compete with rats to clear garbage
New York, Dec 4 (IANS) Insects play a very important role in cleaning up cities and they compete with other pests like rats and pigeons in their endeavour, a study has said. Scientists sampled arthropods - such as...
Read more on Business Balla
 
School headmaster shot dead in Pakistan
Islamabad, Dec 4 (IANS) Unidentified gunmen Thursday killed the headmaster of a private school in Pakistan's Balochistan province. Police officials said the armed men opened fire at the vehicle of Zahid Ali,...
Read more on Politics Balla
 
Four more bodies recovered from sunken South Korean ship
Seoul, Dec 4 (IANS) Four more bodies were recovered Thursday from a sunken South Korean fishing ship in the Bering Sea, the foreign ministry here said. This increased the toll to 16, including six South Koreans and 10...
Read more on Politics Balla
 
Lesbian couple asked to desist in London restaurant
London, Dec 4 (IANS) A lesbian couple in a London restaurant was asked to desist by a staff member, who asked them to "stop what you are doing". Lydia Cawson, 29, said that she and her girlfriend were asked by a staff...
Read more on Politics Balla
 
Oxford Dictionaries to add 1,000 new words
London, Dec 4 (IANS) 'Mamil' (middle-aged man in Lycra), 'silvertail' (a person who is socially prominent or who displays social aspirations) and 'crony capitalism' are among the 1,000 new words to be added to...
Read more on Celebrity Balla
 
Oceans play key role in global 'warming hiatus'
London, Dec 4 (IANS) Increased heat uptake across three oceans - North Atlantic, the Southern Ocean and Equatorial Pacific Ocean - is the likely cause of the 'warming hiatus' -- the current decade-long slowdown in...
Read more on Politics Balla
 
Novel imaging to identify if TB drugs are working
Washington, Dec 4 (IANS) Tuberculosis patients who are not cured of the infection can develop multi-drug resistant TB and have to take as many as six drugs for two years. Now, researchers at University of Pittsburgh...
Read more on Business Balla
 
PM makes first appointment to High Court of Australia
Canberra, Dec 4 (IANS) Prime Minister Tony Abbott's government Thursday appointed former Victorian Supreme Court judge Geoffrey Nettle as the next Justice of the High Court of Australia. Attorney General George...
Read more on Politics Balla
 
18 suspected militants killed in Pakistan airstrikes
Islamabad, Dec 4 (IANS) At least 18 suspected militants were killed Thursday in airstrikes conducted by Pakistan Air Force fighter jets in North Waziristan. According to officials, the airstrikes were conducted in...
Read more on Politics Balla