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Stewart Aquires Online Residental Real Estate Forms Provider

Stewart Transaction Solutions, Inc. announced today that it acquired online forms provider Formulator, marking the entry of the nation's third-largest real estate information services provider into the online forms business for residential real estate professionals. Launched in 1992, Formulator offers online forms management through its current Web-based platform, WebForms. “Stewart has been a leader in providing online forms solutions for mortgage lenders since 1995 with its subsidiary Online Documents Inc., and similarly Stewart has deep expertise in online forms for title agents, including its AIM online title document libraries servicing all 50 states,� said Travis Wright, president of Stewart Transaction Solutions. “The acquisition of this realty forms provider is a natural compliment to Stewart's expertise in online forms and document management systems.�
“Stewart welcomes the addition of Formulator Forms to its growing portfolio of electronic transaction solutions,� Mike Davis, chief executive officer of Stewart Transaction Solutions and chief information officer of Stewart Information Services Corp. “Stewart Transaction Solutions currently provides the real estate industry the SureClose transaction management platform, AIM title and escrow production systems and electronic signature platforms.� Stewart's forms solutions and its SureClose transaction management system are open platforms, and are available for integration to non-Stewart online applications, including other transaction management and online forms applications.

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