Bend, Oregon – November 11, 2010 – Strategic Realty recently switched over to electronic contracts via docusign.com. With this new development the company says there will no longer be transactions utilizing paper which is in line with the company’s desire to make things easy and efficient for their customers.
Apart from being easier on the environment, the company expects faster contract turnarounds, and more security for its clients. “Speed is important in any market, and the new contract technology lets us turn around deals lightning fast,” Says Kerry O’Neal, Strategic Realty’s Principal Broker.
With this change the firm is also now able to quickly document each signature’s IP address including where the client signed in, what they viewed etc. “We have a reputation for being cutting edge in our industry, and paperless real estate agreements are better serving our customers,” explains Kerry O’Neal. As pertaining to the deals and convenience, clients can now sign contacts via email, smart phones, iPads, at their homes, on the road, etc.
Kerry O’Neal is a licensed real estate marketer since 1996 and has managed the sale of over 500 properties. His most notable real estate transaction in Central Oregon was the 2010 sale of an industrial land to Facebook for their first datacenter. It was Prineville, Oregon’s first datacenter; and now Apple has started one there too. This represented a large investment to the small town as many were employed and much funding, including aid to the local schools, was contributed among many other developments in the community.
Strategic Realty is a real estate brokerage specializing in residential, industrial, commercial, and bare land sales since 2008. It is located in Bend, Oregon and was founded to fill the gap created by the changes in real estate marketing and technology as many brokerages struggled to keep up with the changing market. Kerry O’Neal, the firm’s Principal Broker can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. For service details one can check out www.movetobend.com