Atlantic Coast Title Group and Pioneer Technology Group Announce Launch of YourDox, a New Consumer Benefit and Security Initiative for Real Estate and Loan Closings.
Atlantic Coast Title Group, a leading provider of title services to the real estate industry, announced the launch of their YourDox secure document storage service for consumers when buying, selling, and refinancing their homes.
Consumers generally walk away from a real estate closing with mountains of paper, most often in a file that contains paper-only copies of important documents that are not secure in any way. After closing, these paper documents are often forgotten or misplaced. And in the case of severe storms, important original documents can be lost forever.
Atlantic Coast Title Group, a leading provider of real estate closing services throughout the South Florida area, has partnered with Pioneer Technology Group to provide an innovative, "green" solution for buyers, sellers and borrowers that protects and preserves their documents, allowing homeowners the ability to add other important documents to their account for safekeeping and convenient access.
"If You’re Not Closing At Atlantic Coast Title Group, You’re Not Closing” said Mathew Krause, Marketing Manager. "Secure document storage just makes sense for document preservation, disaster recovery, and future access. This technology also reflects Atlantic Coast Title’s commitment to being a leader for environmental responsibility in the real estate industry".
"We're very pleased to partner with Atlantic Coast Title Group, a proven leader in the home and loan closing process in the South Florida Area” said Klaus Tuschmann, Director of Sales and Marketing, Pioneer Records Management. "Our expertise in secure records management for consumers, courthouses, and counties, and real estate brings a new level of security and convenience for the many consumers, lenders, realtors and builders that have come to rely on Atlantic Coast Title as one of the premier closing and settlement companies in the state of Florida.”