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Following the completion of the first apparent digital property transaction in March 2020, Offr has further reduced the time it takes to buy and sell property by integrating with two big names in software, DocuSign and Twilio.

The growing proptech firm says that users can now engage with their property transactions on the go and exchange contracts in a seconds rather than weeks.

In addition to the e-signature software, programmable messaging from Twilio keeps all parties up to date, including agents who can utilise WhatsApp.

Users can exchange in a matter of seconds, rather than weeks.

Niall Dawson, cofounder of Offr, said: “Our integrations with Twilio and DocuSign helps us to make the buying and selling process more painless than ever for our customers, allowing them to stay connected to the other parties in their transactions and exchange/ amend documents instantly.”

David Parry-Jones, regional vice president, EMEA, at Twilio, added: “Research commissioned by Twilio found that the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated digital transformation by six years. It’s clear that this has changed how organisations conduct business while also shaping consumer preferences. Consumers are embracing the convenience of digital communications, and by building this into their model, Offr is creating an entirely new way to facilitate property transactions and drive customer engagement and Twilio is thrilled to be a part of this picture.”

May 12, 2021

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