InfoTrack has now signed an agreement with the Law Institute of Victoria to licence their Contract of Sale of Real Estate. The LIV Contract of Sale will be available for clients to order in our Property Enquiries menu. This means that from wherever you are, you can now order, compile, edit and sign your Section 32 and LIV Contract of Sale of Real Estate in Victoria completely electronically through InfoTrack.
Only the vendor's representative needs to be an InfoTrack client to use our Electronic Contract of Sale of Real Estate and Section 32.
Faster and easier for all conveyancing parties
Prepare conveyancing documents with greater speed and accuracy. No more sorting through reams of paper or dealing with postal delays – there is just a single pdf copy of the Contract that can be compiled, edited, sent and signed electronically. The vendor has the ability to create a special conditions template and hand over to the real estate agent to setup the contract.
Receive a link to the documents via email that can be easily forwarded on to the purchaser electronically for review and signing in any location.
Fast track transactions by receiving documents faster from the lawyer or conveyancer and having the ability to sign documents electronically from wherever you are.
Real estate agent
Faster access to the Vendor Statement and Contract with ability to add special conditions, purchasers details and options that allow for same-day signing by the purchaser and vendor. There are two types of signing available in the real estate agent workflow:
1. Auction signing – in auction signing there is no email used, the link for the first purchaser to sign will automatically appear on the screen. This screen will keep refreshing until all parties have signed. Once all parties have signed the agent will be redirected back to the SignIT dashboard.
If a party accidentally closes the signing session before all parties have signed, they can recommence signing by simply selecting on the setup contract using the original link sent to the Agent. This will them resume the signing process.
2. Request purchaser signature – this will send the links to the real estate agent, which they will then forward on to the relevant parties.
New LIV Contract with e-Signing capability
To find out more about our new LIV Contract