We get it. Resale packages, governing documents, condo questionnaires and disclosure letters are a large part for your property management company or community association to handle. If you are buried in paperwork and outdated processes the process is tedious and time consuming. ReadyRESALE can help you take back control over this process PLUS create an additional revenue stream at the same time. Save time & resources with a click of a button.
ReadyRESALE enables property management companies, title companies and real estate agents to request necessary documentation required for a resale package, property closing or refinancing in a secure online environment. Our cloud based RR2 application provides you with unparalleled flexibility and automation while you retain complete control of the document management process - with no set-up or maintenance fees. Make more money with less work.
Are you tired of spending countless hours preparing & printing community specific documents such as governing documents, resale letters or lender questionnaires for owners, title companies and lenders? Searching for an easier way to organize, collect and vend your documents with a click of button?
ReadyRESALE offers your HOA a streamline production of business-critical documents, which are stored in a fully centralized, searchable, web-based repository so your data is always at your fingertips. ReadyRESALE automates estoppel or questionnaire drafting using an intelligent learning database to ensure a fast, consistent outcome every time. ReadyRESALE integrates with your existing website, documents can be accessed online, 24/7.
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"Our relationship with AssociationREADY has been a positive one. Everyone there is very accommodating. The personal attention is outstanding. Anytime there has been an issue, I can always go to Todd to get things straightened out and it is taken care in a very timely manner. Larry has been a great help many times, too."
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