Zillow Wants to Make the Homebuying Process Completely Digital

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August 06, 2015

DotLoop, a company that enables brokerages, real estate agents, and clients to share, edit, sign, and store documents online, was acquired by Zillow for $108 million last month.

HousingWire spoke with Zillow’s Spencer Rascoff, and the CEO said making the real estate transaction process digital could be very valuable for the company.

Earlier this week, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau finished a study that said eClosings lead to “better consumer understanding, a more efficient process, and greater feelings of consumer empowerment,” according to HousingWire.

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