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Earnnest Is Now Integrated with Form Simplicity

April 21 2022

Form Simplicity's new integration with Earnnest, the largest digital earnest money service in the United States, brings digital earnest money payments to Form Simplicity users and their homebuyers.

How it works:

  1. Click Request earnest money inside your transaction within Form Simplicity.
  2. Payment details auto-fill from your transaction.
  3. Use the escrow search to choose your escrow holder. If you don't see them listed, invite them to join the Earnnest network.
  4. Click Request.
  5. After the buyer pays, a transaction notification will automatically upload to your files.

Fast, Secure, and Convenient

There are several benefits for homebuyers when using a digital earnest money service — it eliminates the dependency on using checks or wires for escrow payments, as well as the fraud that comes with them. Users will be able to complete earnest money transfers within minutes.

Escrow Holders: How to Register with Earnnest

This new integration gives users access to Earnnest directly within Form Simplicity. Form Simplicity users may invite escrow holders to join the Earnnest network. If an organization is an escrow holder, they may self register their escrow company with Earnnest as well.

Low Cost Fee for Homebuyers

Earnnest is free for agents and escrow holders to use. Earnnest charges a flat convenience fee of $15 to the homebuyer to transfer their funds. That is less than a wire and the same as a cashier's check but more convenient. Digital earnest money payments are fast, easy, and secure. Watch this to learn more.

About Earnnest

Greenville, S.C.-based Earnnest is the largest digital earnest money service in the United States, allowing buyers to securely and electronically deposit funds to an escrow holder. Earnnest keeps agents, buyers, and escrow holders in the loop with automated emails and tracking information. Visit to learn more.

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