realestatebusiness logo
realestatebusiness logo
Subscribe to our newsletter SIGN UP

Website Notifications

Get notifications in real-time for staying up to date with content that matters to you.

rpm logo latest

New online program aims to take the fuss out of signing leases

25 August 2015 Reporter

Property managers no longer need to bring tenants into the office to sign a lease or harangue them to return the lease after it’s been emailed.

A new online program called iAgree has been designed to make it easier for property managers to create and send leases.

Property managers can start with iAgree’s templates or create their own, with the ability to add further clauses such as pets, gardening, or polished floorboards.

Director Liana Slipetsky said that leases can be created, customised, sent and signed by all parties online within minutes, so property managers can know when tenants have received the lease, reviewed it and signed it. Tenants can also be prompted if the lease is not signed.


Signatures are valid, traceable and binding since the leases include clauses based on the Residential Tenancies Act and additional terms and conditions, according to Ms Slipetsky.

Tenants can read and sign a lease agreement from any smart device, with multiple tenants no longer needing to be together to sign.

Confirmation of the lease is then emailed to the tenants and the process is then complete.

No apps or downloads are required to use iAgree, which can be used with any operating system, according to Ms Slipetsky.

[Related: New online system to simplify inspection bookings]

Read more:

Heavy fine and permanent ban for property manager

Q&A: Sarah Thompson, We Love Rentals

YouTube: Comedian shows no mercy to landlord

Blog: How to ask clients for referrals

New online program aims to take the fuss out of signing leases
lawyersweekly logo
Recommended by Spike Native Network
Listen to other installment of the Real Estate Business Podcast
Do you have an industry update?
Ensure you never miss an issue of the Real Estate Business Bulletin. Enter your email to receive the latest real estate advice and tools to help you sell.