Digital Signature: A digital signature provides individuals (such as buyers and sellers of property) with the ability to sign legally binding forms, helping to increase speed, accuracy, and security over traditional, paper and ink-based signatures.
Signing PINs: A signing PIN is like a password to get into the transaction for signature. The first time you open the transaction you will be prompted to create the PIN, which will be used each additional time you open the same transaction. This is so that someone else cannot open the transaction and sign for you.
Data permanence: Your signed documents and any unfinished documents are kept on our secure servers for 90 days from the creation date.