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New technology promises to simplify the legal process

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Every real estate transaction in Canada requires a lawyer or notary to process and close the deal. The process of delivering conveyancing instructions to law firms is a major pain point for real estate professionals because they need to complete it primarily through email or fax, which can be tedious, error-prone, and less secure than other modern methods.

Lone Wolf Technologies is announcing a brand-new integration with Dye & Durham Ltd., made specifically for CREA WebForms, powered by Transactions to bring access and communications with legal services directly into the Canadian national transaction management member benefit.

This new integration gives real estate professionals across Canada access to Dye & Durham’s Unity platform where available, so they can process and close deals without relying on email through access to the Dye & Durham lawyer contact database. It also allows them to send referrals to legal services through CREA Webforms directly to the Unity platform.

“With this new integration, we’re taking another step toward completely connected transactions—and furthering the mission to deliver the digital experience both agents and consumers have come to expect,” says Jimmy Kelly, CEO of Lone Wolf.

With the new integration, CREA WebForms’ super users can access the Canadian database of lawyer contact details, removing the need for users to maintain databases of their own. Details will be updated in real-time through the integration, so users will always have the most up-to-date contact information.

Super users will also be able to:

  • Monitor the status of transactions in lawyer or solicitor review

  • Maintain existing workflows with an integration specifically designed for CREA

  • Search for lawyers and submit transactional documents directly to Dye & Durham’s Unity platform, used by law firms across Canada.

This integration will be free of charge for super users and is now available to Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick members.

Screenshot provided by Lone Wolf Technologies

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