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Authentisign: Coming Soon

September 23, 2011  |  by Anne

Coming Soon!  Sign, seal and deliver signatures electronically with  Authentisign, brought to you by MRIS.  Authentisign is only a couple of weeks away, so start learning about this product and be on the lookout for the special MRIS customer rate.  

Authentisign will save you time and money because you are traveling less to obtain signatures.  Benefits of Authentisign include:

  • “DRAG & DROP” signing blocks
  • Compliant and approved by the FHA
  • Automatically routes documents
  • MAC and PC Compatible
  • Use virtually any type of file

It is easy to use and was created especially for you!  Keep watching the blog to learn more about Authentisign.


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55 responses to “Authentisign: Coming Soon”

  1. John says:

    Special MRIS price? Free??

  2. MRIS_CMO says:

    John, thanks for your interest. We plan to market this thru your Association or, in some cases, Brokerage. We will also make it available on an individual basis. It's not free, but will be offered at an attractive annual cost that is very competitive with other e-sign services. And this service will be integrated with other MRIS offerings, to make it even easier to use.

  3. Looking forward to checking it out!

  4. Ginger Allen says:

    Will clients be able to complete the signing process via smart phone?

  5. Chris Laurence says:

    Please communicate this to the banks' short sale and foreclosure departments. I recently had an FHA short sale contract, all electronically signed by both parties, rejected by Wells Fargo because it was their policy not to accept them, even though the contract was to go to HUD (who approve electronic signatures) for short sale approval. We need 100% acceptance from third parties.

  6. Leigh Diggs says:

    I wholeheartedly agree with Chris. I have encountered the same problem with the banks and it not only pertains to properties requiring third party approval, but for regular sales as well. Loan officers are also refusing to accept ratified contracts with electronic signature. Most likely, this is due to the policy of the institution for whom they are working.

  7. Ryan says:

    My broker offers this at a discount. It crashes, does not print with the signatures even though they show up on the screen. It omits important information like the client's name, etc. If I try this, will I be able to get a refund if it doesn't work.?

  8. Arturo says:

    I'll be happy to be part of it !!

  9. Keller Williams is including electronic signatures in their e-Edge bundle. As a KW agent I get Contact Management, Marketing, Transaction management with e-signatures etc for only $15 a month. For this to be attractive to many agents it must be much less than that.

  10. Frank says:

    Doesn’t NVAR now offer this for free as part of their dues benefits?

  11. Frank says:

    Also folks PLEASE BEWARE: In the event you miss a small payment (waiting on a closing etc…) for this service ($15?) MRIS will shut your business down. No database access, no autosearches to clients, no website or idx etc.. If you have those addons with MRIS.

    It is their policy. Even if you are current with subscription dues!

    Really no incentive to buy addons with MRIS then potentially jeopardize your entire business, hinged on our database which is the ONLY one available to us. Especially when so many other providers have these solutions.

    Beware. Please.

  12. Latana says:

    Looking forward to seeing this new benifits and seeing the cost!!!
    Thanks for always adding more.

  13. Debra says:

    Docusign is free through NAR!

  14. Keji says:

    Docusign is not free… at least the last time I checked

  15. Valerie says:

    Will this integrate with Zipforms?

  16. Currently the price is $30/annual. The "free" Docusign is good for 5 envelopes a month.

  17. Guest says:

    Authentisign is offered FREE to members of CVRMLS (Richmond, VA) too bad MRIS intends to charge a fee for it.

  18. Gay Ashley says:

    I also would like to know if it will work with zipform, please.

  19. Fred says:

    It's supposed to work with all file types. It works with Instanet Forms (offered FREE by CVRMLS) which can generate PDFs.

  20. MRIS_Anne says:

    Hi folks – thanks for all the great response to this post! Let me check with the product management team to get an answer about Zipform compatibility.

  21. Bill says:

    We have a product "Coming Soon!" and it's not known if it's ZipForm compatible? Looks like another beta paid for by MRIS members.

    Info on the product via a Google search — $69 per year.


  22. Bill says:

    While we're on the subject, why is a forest products company, Deckorail, running a full copy of the MRIS site?


  23. MRIS_Anne says:

    Authentisign will be available for $69 a year, however your association may be offering Auhentisign at a further discounted rate. For example, current NVAR members have the option to buy a one-year subscription for $30. Keep an eye out in the coming weeks for information from your association to see if the further discounted rate will apply to you.

  24. Bob says:

    As usual, MRIS is not going with the mainstream 800 lb gorilla already firmly established and working beautifully. I would never use this service – and I predict it's certain death from lack of use, like so many other MRIS side stream services.

    Why do we need multiple electronic signature platforms that are incompatible with other services? With DocuSign, it is fully integrated with Zip Forms and both services are offered for free through NAR for basic levels – yes 5 envelopes a month, BUT just a little more for more 40/mo and seriously, if you are a professional agent working full time, it's chump change. Perhaps MRIS should stick to what they do best – provide MLS services ONLY – and leave forms and signatures to the National Association of Realtors and their state associations. You'd think, with all these paying vendor services, our dues would go down… but they do not. So where does all that income go, exactly?

  25. Ann Gutkin says:

    To reiterate what Anne has said, NVAR offers Authentisign to its members for $30 a year, and members receive free Instanet Forms as well. The product also works with ZipForms and other forms vendors.

  26. Jamie Mason says:

    I have been using Authentisign for a little over a week now, offered through my broker (Long & Foster) at $30/year. I've already completed 10 sets of contract documents and it has worked without a hitch. The time savings alone is worth the nominal cost.

  27. Tricia says:

    Looking forward to another option!

  28. Gregg D says:

    Yes, completed ZipForms can be uploaded and signed using Authentisign. Simply complete the form and export to PDF then upload to Authentisign. Authentisign supports a host of different file formats: PDF, Word, Excel, .jpg and other image files and is integrated with InstanetForms, DocBox and TransactionDesk, One platform, many services. Any document can be uploaded to and signed with Authentisign.

  29. MRIS_Candice says:

    Bill, thank you for running the numbers on Docusign.

  30. Jason says:

    can we get matrix back up please!

  31. Greg says:

    why would you contract with a product that is not already integrated with Zipforms. why would we want to export to a PDF and then upload to a signing program?

  32. Alex says:

    It Freezes a lot on my computer. I have use it with Explorer, Chrome, Firefox and it freezes all the time. They WILL NOT refund any money once you pay.

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