Redfin x Notarize

Redfin enabled home buyers to search and buy online. Online closing with Notarize completed the missing piece in their vision to create a better home-buying experience.
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Redfin powers fully online close with Notarize

>20%
of closings expected to be online
Buyers
save time and money
Homes
can sell faster

For homebuyers, this means you can choose the time and place to sign your documents, whether that’s from the comfort of your couch of on your phone in the moving truck outside of your new home.”
Jason Bateman
Head of Redfin Mortgage
You have notarization questions, we have notarization answers. While we at Notarize pride ourselves on providing helpful resources (like this blog!) to demystify notarization, we’re not lawyers and don’t give legal advice. Pro tip: always check with your own attorneys, advisors, or document recipients if you have further questions about notarization or digitally notarized docs.

The Problem

Since 2010, Redfin has made a commitment to using technology to create a better home buying experience. In the process, they have built a complete solution, from lending to home buying. However, within their digital experience, there was one missing piece that would help them realize their vision: an online closing solution. To complete the home buying process, Redfin customers needed to find a notary or schedule a mobile notary to come to their home. Redfin knew they needed to find a solution that empowered their customers to close 100% online, anytime, anywhere.

The Solution

Notarize was a natural partner for Redfin, focusing on delivering an online closing process that was the industry leader in customer experience and innovation. With Notarize, Redfin is enabling customers to search online, buy online, and now, close online. Notarize is serving as a catalyst to buying and selling homes faster while saving money in the process. Through its partnership, Redfin expects more than 20% of its closings to be done online in the coming months.
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You have notarization questions, we have notarization answers. While we at Notarize pride ourselves on providing helpful resources (like this blog!) to demystify notarization, we’re not lawyers and don’t give legal advice. Pro tip: always check with your own attorneys, advisors, or document recipients if you have further questions about notarization or digitally notarized docs.