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IRES announces new product offering and partnership with CTM eContracts

Katarina Velazquez
kvelazquez@greeleytribune.com

The IRES formed a new partnership with CTM eContracts to develop CTM IRES Integration, which will allow those involved in real estate to send offers to one another with more ease, according to a news release from the two companies on Wednesday.

The Information and Real Estate Services, otherwise known as the IRES, is Colorado's regional multiple listing service system for the Front Range, and CTM eContracts is a Colorado-based pioneer in electronic signature technology for the real estate market.

Brokers who subscribe to the IRES will be able to access CTM IRES Integration through a link in the IRESis contracts system, according to the release, where they will be able to upload offers using DocuSign, email CTMe users when an offer is made, and communicate with the listing agent throughout the buying process. The platform allows both CTM eContracts and IRESis contracts users to make, accept, reject and counter offers, and lets its users download offers and upload documents into DocuSign for signatures.

The partnership will also allow for documents between CTM and the IRES multiple listing service to be exchanged.

IRES users who already have CTM eContracts accounts will be automatically logged in to CTM eContracts and will have access to all features and functionality they've had in the past. IRES users who don't have CTM eContracts accounts will be asked to make one.

The free 90-day trial for IRES users of CTM IRES Integration will include the ability to create listings and sale transactions, with access to several DORA templates; counter, reject or accept contracts; communicate with listing and buying agents; create and manage custom contract templates; notify both agents of eSigned shared documents; share and exchange documents; and create and manage miscellaneous contracts.

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After the free trial, users can license the software for $120 per year.

"Our customers want to focus on clients, not paperwork," said Lauren Hansen, CEO of IRES, in the news release. "We listened, and we worked with CTM software developers to make our two systems, CTM eContracts and IRESis, talk to each other … This has the potential to radically improve the real estate industry in Colorado and streamline the home buying process for brokers and consumers."

For help

For IRES and CTM users who need assistance with the new software, CTM customer support will be available from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on the weekends.

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