The agreement looks to make compliance simpler with Hutly’s technology. Source: Oleg Magni from Pexels.
  • REIV partners with tech company Hutly
  • REIV will utilise Hutley's technology to improve its forms platform

The Real Estate Institute of Victoria (REIV) recently announced a partnership with technology company, Hutly.

The partnership will see Hutly introduce its One Touch signing technology across the REIV VicForms platform over the coming months.

The first improvement is scheduled to go live for Victoria’s new Residential Tenancy Agreement this month.

Hutly describes their service as the highways, roads, and bridges that allow customers to easily connect their accounting platform with all the other companies that service their agency.

Their Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) looks to provide convenient features for editing and resending an agreement, mobile-friendly signing, and event recordings to send and execute an agreement as easily as possible.

The company claims its service will increase agency revenue, reduce administration, increase visibility, and provide greater transparency.

“Members won’t have to wait long to see improvements,” said CEO of REIV, Gil King.

“We will be introducing Hutly’s One Touch signing technology across all REIV forms over the coming months, with the first improvement scheduled to go live on Victoria’s new Residential Tenancy Agreement in March 2021. The first form updated with the requirements under the new RTAA.”

Gil King, CEO of REIV

Hutly currently has over 1700+ agencies using their technology.

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