Esignature problem..underwriter wont accept seller wet signature

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  • #47220
    25andwise
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    Help! When I first went under contract, our realtor wrote up and docusigned it to me but only had us as the signees. She sent my signed version via email to the agent and the sellers signed via their own docusign. The underwriter is requesting authentication of their esignatures.
    The sellers are older and unfortunately not very tech savvy and have no idea where to locate the certificate. Instead they provided their wet signatures instead of the signatures but the underwriter will not accept their signatures to clear the condition. Can anyone advise of what to do from here? I hate to miss out on this contract!

    #47221
    25andwise
    Member

    @ttrumble do you think you can help point me in the right direction please?

    #47223
    25andwise
    Member

    Issue resolved

    #47237
    TTrumble
    Member

    Hello 25andwise,

    Now that’s what I like, a problem that gets fixed before I even get to it! 😀

    Glad it got resolved!

    Tim Trumble
    Online Operations, NACA
    ttrumble@naca.com

    #49984

    Hi 25andwise. Will you please elaborate on how you were able to resolve this issue? Also, did you docusign the purchase and sell agreement or did you have to give a wet signature? Thanks!

    #49987
    Nelsont
    Member

    Wet signature is required and that is non negotiable apparently at this point.

    I docusigned my contract but during the credit access my MC printed out the docusigned contract and had me wet sign next to the docusign on every signature and initial.

    #49989

    Does the wet signature apply to both the seller and buyer?

    #49991
    Nelsont
    Member

    I believe so. I know my seller has docusigned everything but the title company told him he needs to come in to sign everything once a time to settle has been determined.

    #50018
    clevelar
    Member

    This held up my credit access request. All signatures on the contract must be wet.

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