The Toronto Regional Real Estate Board (TRREB) is partnering with proptech company SkySlope.
SkySlope will be digitizing TRREB real estate forms and giving the board’s more than 70,000 members free access through SkySlope Forms as a part of TRREB’s expanding member benefits.
The company says its technology dramatically reduces the time it takes for real estate professionals to complete real estate forms. SkySlope promises Forms will shorten the time required for data entry by pre-populating forms with data pulled from MLS. According to a press release, it auto-populates matching data fields and comes equipped with embedded e-signature.
“Launching in January of 2023, SkySlope Forms will provide a best-in-class forms environment eliminating redundant data entry, incorporating pre-mapped digital signature features, offering two-way MLS® integrations and a number of workflow automations,” says Kevin Crigger, president of TRREB.
Following the release of Forms, Skyslope says it will be rolling out SkySlope Offers in partnership with TRREB — a digital platform designed to compare and share offers on a property.