DocuSign Transaction Rooms - Best Practices - Counter Offer

In Real Estate there are a lot of negotiations that take place. While DocuSign Transaction Rooms and DocuSign Signature don’t have a red-lining tool in place, here is a work around and some best practices when it comes to creating counter offers.
 
Counter Offer using the Correct Feature
1) Log into https://docusign.net, click on the Documents Tab, and then click on the In-Process Envelope and then select Correct:
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Once in the envelope, find the information that is being negotiated and drag a text box on top of the text.
i.e. in the Listing Contract, if they are negotiating the amount the owner has to pay the broker:
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3) Click on the Text Box. On the right hand-side the text fields properties will appear – click on the Add Text box and enter in enough dashes (-) or X’s to cover the initial text.
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4) Next, update the formatting so the dashes or X’s are easier to see:
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5) Drag another blank text field on the document, enter in the new number and then select Read Only in the Text Box Properties:
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6) Lastly, drag an Initial Tag out for the Seller/Buyer to initial.
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7) Click Save and Resend.

NOTE: As long as the document is In-Process, you can correct it as many times as needed. For more
information on Correcting an Envelope, Click Here.

 
Counter Offer – Resending a New Envelope from DTR
1) Log into https://realestate.docusign.com, click on the Transaction Tab, and then click on the Listing (alternatively, you can use the Transaction Finder and search for the active Transaction):
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2) Once in the Transaction, select the Documents Tab, find the Completed and Signed Envelope that is being negotiated:
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-If you are completing your forms outside of Transaction Rooms or scanning a paper copy and uploading it to the listing, there will not be a Green Signed badge.

3) Right Click on the document and a list of document actions will appear:
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4) Select Create Envelope from the document action list, and then fill out the Envelope Details:
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5) Click Next, and it will take you to the DocuSign Signature Envelope Page

To complete the process, review steps 2 through 7 above.



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