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Collect Rental Agreement Signatures by Text Message

Lacey Jackson
February 4, 2020
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Are you trying to attract modern renters, but tired of endlessly waiting to receive signed applications and leases? You need to meet your future tenants where they live with a digital rental application process and electronic lease signing. Streamline your rental processes by automating your workflows and allowing potential tenants to sign important documents securely from their phone.

Builders blog time requirements

This rental application workflow should take about 30 minutes to build.

Builders blog tools requirements
Builders blog instructions

1. Create your rental application. Using the Document Builder, build your rental application template and add merge fields.

2. Set up deliveries. Connect to your Formstack Sign account and prepare the text message you’ll send to potential tenants requesting their signature.

3. Export to Formstack. Use the Export to Formstack feature to automatically generate your rental application using fields in your document template.

4. Run a test. Fill out your application form with test data to see your workflow in action!

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Lacey Jackson
Lacey is a Product Marketing Manager at Formstack who is dedicated to creating content that showcases the power of the Formstack Platform. When she’s not creating Formstack Builders tutorials, she can be found reading, playing board games, or strolling with her dog. Lacey is a graduate of Franklin College.
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