Associations across the country have rallied together to keep the leading real estate transaction management solution in the hands of their members

DALLAS and CAMBRIDGE, Ontario, May 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Lone Wolf Technologies (“Lone Wolf”) is pleased to announce that it has partnered with 76 associations in the United States to provide Lone Wolf Transactions (zipForm Edition) as a member in 2022. That means over 665,000 real estate agents will have the unparalleled form and transaction management solution in their hands.

“These incredible associations have stepped up and are supporting their members at a crucial time,” said Lisa Mihelcich, CEO of Associations at Lone Wolf. “We are entering a post-pandemic world and digital real estate transactions are more important than ever. Transactions is the best transaction management solution in the country, and the only one that can deliver a complete and modern real estate experience for agents, brokers, buyers and sellers. In this way, it is not only an essential tool for real estate professionals, but for real estate as a whole.”

Associations that now offer Transactions as a member benefit, which includes the industry-leading forms engine, transaction tools, and unlimited document storage, include the California Association of REALTORS® (CAR) and Texas REALTORS®. Several associations, including the Indiana Association of REALTORS®, South Carolina Association of REALTORS®, Wisconsin REALTORS® Association, NC REALTORS®, Hawai’i Association of REALTORS® and New Jersey Realtors®, renewed the current member benefit along with additional time-saving solutions like zipLogix Digital Ink® and zipForm Mobile for its members at no additional cost.

“Many of our members were already using Transactions as their solution of choice, so we were happy to offer the product as a member benefit,” said Travis Kesler, CEO of Texas REALTORS®. “Equipping our members to tackle the many moving parts of the real estate process is part of our mission, and we believe Transactions, more than any other solution, can help them do just that.

Since acquiring zipLogix in 2019, Lone Wolf has and will continue to make significant updates to transactions to meet growing digital expectations and changing consumer behavior. The solution now has a comprehensive set of digital tools to simplify an agent’s workflow and enhance the customer experience, including:

  • Integrations that bring together the real estate experience in one place, connecting Transactions to leading digital marketing, CRM and CMA solutions
  • Native connections to the best real estate electronic signature solution, Authenticationas well as offer management and MLS integration tools
  • New features for digital title and home warranty ordersForged in conjunction with the nation’s leading title and home warranty providers
  • An upcoming update to Transactions cutting-edge form editor, with a new workspace, redesigned interface and intuitive forms

Transactions is available for renewal to individual agents in regions that do not offer the membership benefit. Renewal at the individual level can be done within the solution and comes with exclusive pricing on basic and premium transaction bundles including top real estate CRMs, LionDesk, eSignature, mobile zipForm, and more.

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Nick Gaede | Industry Relations
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About Lone Wolf Technologies

Lone Wolf Technologies is the North American leader in residential real estate software, serving more than 1.5 million real estate professionals across Canada and in the United States With cloud-based solutions for agents, brokers, franchises, MLSs and associations, the company provides the entire real estate industry with the tools they need to surprise clients, grow their business and improve profits, back-office transactions, insights, and more, all in one place. Lone Wolf’s offices are located at Cambridge, ON, Minneapolis, Minnesotaand Dallas, Texas. Learn more about

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