For busy real estate agents in Seattle, a virtual data room will help you share information with several people while keeping all parties anonymous. Agents can store secure and sensitive documents within the virtual data room and only give permission to certain individuals to access that information.
A virtual data room is perfect for a busy real estate agent that has multiple bids on a hot piece of Seattle real estate. The listing and the property information can be shared with all of the bidders without them knowing each other or that the information is being shared. Activating a virtual data room with Onehub is easy, secure, convenient, and cost-effective.
We actually serve a ton of real estate firms, both commercial and residential because of the efficiencies Onehub enables. If you’re a real estate agent, here are just a few of the ways we can help you save time and money:
A Virtual Data Room Can Help You Save Time and Money
- Securely store files: Keep all the relevant reports, photos and any other paperwork associated with the house in a Onehub Workspace. Our bank-level security means your documents are safe and accessible to your clients whenever they need them. Plus, our advanced permissions means you can limit a client’s interaction precisely how you’d like.
- Streamline communication: Use our Tasks and Comments feature to keep all your communication around a particular listing within Onehub — eliminating the need to track down questions or answers across different IM and email threads.
- Create a Virtual Data Room: If you find a listing you think might appeal to many different parties, create a Virtual Data Room. It’s a central place where you can share the same information to multiple people, without them knowing about each other. Perfect for accepting multiple bids.
Whether you’re in Seattle or St. Louis, Onehub makes selling and buying easier for real estate agents. Contact Onehub today to learn more about setting up and activating your virtual data room for a safe and easy real estate data storage solution.
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