What is a transaction file?
A transaction file is anything from listing to pending to closed. A transaction is counted only once - when it's created. Once a transaction is created, you can change the status at anytime and it will continue to count as just a single transaction file.
For example, if you start a transaction file as a listing, that counts as one transaction file. If you get a pending offer on that listing, you will change the status from "listing" to "pending" and it will continue to count as only one transaction.
How does the transaction file quota work?
When you create a transaction file, it counts against your quota for the current month's billing cycle. The transaction quota is reset on your billing date every month and any open transaction files you created in previous months will not count against your new quota.
How does Paperless Pipeline help my real estate company?
"What do I need to close my deal?"
"I turned in my paperwork…you lost it!"
Questions like this will disappear when you begin to use Paperless Pipeline. Brokers and agents love using the application for real estate document management because we focus on one thing: eliminating the burden of paper. It's not uncommon for an office using Pipeline to cut their paperwork management time in half for every single transaction.
If you've already gone digital and you store your files on a web server in carefully organized folders, then your email inbox is probably a mess. With Paperless Pipeline, your files are accessible by everyone who needs access (and no one who doesn't) no matter what time it is or where they are in the world. You can stop emailing files back and forth and save your inbox for valuable client communication.
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How does Paperless Pipeline work? What does it do?
Paperless Pipeline replaces your filing cabinets or file server where your transaction documents are stored. And, it's better than traditional real estate transaction software because you can access it from anywhere. Think of it as your online filing cabinet that's accessible 24/7 from wherever you are.
You can create a new transaction file in Paperless Pipeline by typing a property address and assigning a status like "Listing" or "Pending". That's it…very little data entry is needed to get started.
Docs can then be added to your account by scanning, emailing, or uploading directly into a transaction. The average Paperless Pipeline customer saves more than 50% on their copy bill as a result of putting their real estate documents online.
What doesn't Paperless Pipeline do?
Paperless Pipeline is not a forms company. If you want forms, choose from the dozens of existing solutions like Zipforms, RealFast, or your own MLS.
But once your forms are filled out, don't put them in a filing cabinet. Take your office mobile instead and use Paperless Pipeline for your real estate transaction management.
Will Paperless Pipeline help me track commissions and agent production?
Yes. Add Paperless Pipeline's optional commission module to your account and you can manage transactions and track commissions + agent production all from within the same system. Learn more about Pipeline's commission module »
How do I get started with Paperless Pipeline?
If you're a hands on person, just sign up and start using Paperless Pipeline. It's free and you don't need to enter a credit card.
If you want to learn exactly how Paperless Pipeline will help your office manage their real estate transactions online, sign up for a personal demo. You'll get a guided tour through the system as well as a chance to ask questions specific to your office.
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