Boise, ID (PRWEB) April 18, 2010
Full Disclosure is now offering title companies a free, reliable document management service they can refer agents to that is 100% California SB 133 compliant at http://www.getfulldisclosure.com. The basic service is free to both agents and title companies, with the option for title companies to brand the service with their logo and company information.
Agents can easily add and share an unlimited amount of documents for a property, including title documents, inspector reports, hoa documents and anything else. They can then easily share a link to those documents with other parties, and track who’s viewed what.
Visit http://www.getfulldisclosure.com to set up a free account and learn more about the service.
Because the basic service is 100% free to agents, there is no way to accidentally violate California Senate Bill 133, which prohibits title insurance companies from directly or indirectly offering any form of compensation to real estate agents. The service is free for agents whether they are referred by a title company or not. This allows title companies to provide a reliable, useful service to agents without violating the law. Full Disclosure generates income by offering extra features and storage space to power users for a reasonable charge (less than $5 a month).
As an added bonus, title companies can request a special referral link that places their logo and company information on the sites of all agents they refer to Full Disclosure at no cost.
Full Disclosure is part of Agent Zen, LLC (http://www.agentzen.net) a company dedicated to making simple, useful web-based software for the real estate industry. Agent Zen is based in Boise, Idaho and was created by a partnership of active real estate brokers.