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Introduction

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Best Practices for Success

Frequently Asked Questions

Understanding the Contract / Management System

Interactive Electronic Contracts-Documents

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Quick Minute Updates

CTM One Users

Integration OR Linking Transactions

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Smart eContracts & Templating

Account Personal InfoThis help topic has a video
Account: Payments - Cancel Account
Auto Dating Deadlines TemplateThis help topic has a video
Auto-Correction on Disclosures/Documents Feature
Brokerage Firm Benefits of Smart TemplatingThis help topic has a video
Cancel Account Instructions
Clause Library Feature
Client Access FeatureThis help topic has a video
Client DatabaseThis help topic has a video
Closing MLS InfoThis help topic has a video
Contract Deadlines Communication ToolsThis help topic has a video
Contract Deadlines Tracking System
Contract FoldersThis help topic has a video
Contract to Buy and Sell Features
Custom Labels and Letters FeatureThis help topic has a video
Customer Support
Dashboard BASIC NavigationThis help topic has a video
Disclosures - How To's
Docs Management SystemThis help topic has a video
Documents that can be Completed by Participants OnlineThis help topic has a video
Double Ended/Sided ContractThis help topic has a video
eCalendar FeatureThis help topic has a video
eContact SheetThis help topic has a video
Email Contracts Feature
Full ReportThis help topic has a video
Home Warranty Order Feature
Initial Lines on Printed Contracts Feature
Listing Transaction - SubFOLDERSThis help topic has a video
Log - Notes FeatureThis help topic has a video
Message System FeatureThis help topic has a video
Miscellaneous Contracts Folder
Mortgage CalculatorThis help topic has a video
Navigating eContractsThis help topic has a video
O & E OrderThis help topic has a video
Parent Contract TemplatesThis help topic has a video
PDF Print - Printing A ContractThis help topic has a video
Printing Contracts/Documents OptionsThis help topic has a video
Property Insurance Order FeatureThis help topic has a video
Quick Start FeatureThis help topic has a video
Reports Feature: SOLD Transactions ReportThis help topic has a video
Saving a Contract-Document in your ComputerThis help topic has a video
Signature CertificationThis help topic has a video
Software Requirements
Team Member AccessThis help topic has a video
Title Order
Transaction CoordinatorThis help topic has a video
Utilities General InformationThis help topic has a video
Utilities Personal Settings
Vacation Notice FeatureThis help topic has a video
Web InitialsThis help topic has a video
Web SignatureThis help topic has a video
  How Web Signatures Work
  How to Enable Web Signatures
  How to Sign with Web Signature-eSignature
  Allowing Participants Web Signature (other than your clients)
  View Signature After Contract_Disclosure_Document Has Been Signed
  Disable Font Signature Capability from all Contracts
  Help Video - How to Sign
  Sign eContracts One of Two Ways - Draw Your Signature or Choose a Font
  Web Signature Email Notification for eContracts
  Signature Received Email Notification for SMART Contracts

Web Signature

Today, millions of legal transactions are being signed electronically using highly secure software.

Digital Signature - Is it legal?
The Colorado Real Estate Commission indicates that electronic signatures are legitimate if the parties agree to receive an electronic signature. For more information regarding the legality of this process refer to The Colorado Uniform Electronic Transactions Act. A reference to this document is included under General Utilities and can be accessed by clicking on Utilities under either the Main or Detailed Dashboard and clicking on the appropriate link.

Also, initials on every page are not required. For more information, please refer to the Colorado Real Estate Commission Manual. CTMeContracts digital contracts can be signed electronically or they can be printed and signed with a pen.

Can I really sign with a Mouse or a Font?

Yes, our technology allows you to receive a complete contract, fully populated with transaction data that can be digitally signed with a mouse or font, in much the same way you would sign using a pen. Once a contract has been signed, the real estate agent will receive an email notifying them that the document has been signed using web signatures. Each email will include the type of contract signed, the property address, the name of the signer, and the date and time the document was signed. These documents can be signed without ever printing them or saving them as PDF files.

Option 1: Draw Signature

 

1. Move the cursor in the signature box to draw the signature
2. Click Save and the signature will be embedded in that particular contract
3. If the signer is not satisfied with the signature, they can click on CLEAR to erase and resign
4. Repeat this process in the Initial box next to the signature box if initials are required
5. Once the signer clicks Save, a new window will display asking the participant to Accept or Decline the signature


If Accepted the Signature will be embedded in the contract and the contract will be Locked.

Option 2: Sign with a Font

  1. Click on Select Signature Font below the signature box to create your signature with one of the pre-loaded fonts
  2. Click Save
  3. Repeat this process in the Initial box next to the signature box if initials are required
  4. Once the signer clicks Save, a new window will display asking the participant to Accept or Decline the signature

If Accepted the Signature will be embedded in the contract and the contract will be Locked.

NOTE: It is very important that you let the participants know that after signing they must click Save directly below the signature box below their first name. If they fail to click Save, the signature will not be embedded in the contract. They must also complete the pop-up request to Accept or Decline

IMPORTANT: Participants must complete all THREE STEPS:

  1. Sign
  2. Save
  3. Accept (for the document to be signed and LOCKED)

The DATE stamped next to the signature is the date the contract was signed. The Web Signature system is very similar to the one used in supermarkets, etc. The signature will not be the same as a signature on a piece of paper and participants don`t really care about that, they just want to have a quick and practical transaction.
 

 


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