At SignHouse, we've spent lots of our time on building the library of contract templates. There you can find many documents that you can duplicate and use freely.
All of the electronic signatures created with SignHouse are legally binding. You don't need to pay for any digital certificate or experience any hidden fees.
Pay once for SignHouse and enjoy electronically signing documents forever with our lifetime deal offer. No need to pay monthly or yearly for Signeasy anymore!
Aside from our library of contract and agreement templates that you can duplicate and use for free, you can upload any document and edit its contents in seconds: compress, convert to other formats, eSign, and more.
You won't have to wait for a clunky system to load your documents and attach your eSignature to them. Invite all of your team's members to SignHouse and enjoy electronically signing files and editing different documents in seconds.
Switching from Signeasy to SignHouse won't be a pain at all. We're here to cover all of the technical details when it comes to changing your eSignature provider. Hence, you can start editing documents with SignHouse immediately.
At SignHouse, you can work 100% only in your browser. Save the time you'd spend on downloading an app (and some memory in your device) by simply accessing our online eSignature maker and file editor. Let's work more efficiently, together.
That's a very good question. Obviously, we think that SignHouse is a very good service, but we have to be honest and help you make the right decision for you needs.
Both SignHouse and Signeasy help you turn your physical signature into an electronic one. And then, both help you eSign with your whole team (and share documents as well).
Although, Signeasy is primarily an electronic signature builder. At SignHouse, we're helping you do moer than that, all in the same place: introducing our PDF editor and document builder.
While Signeasy lets you electronically sign documents, know you can also build and edit them with SignHouse.
One key feature that Signeasy is missing is the document editor. Though, we've got you covered with our PDF editor that lets you do so many things: add text, compress, convert, and so on.
You can import your own document and start editing it before sending it to other signees.
With our drag and drop document builder, you can select any field from the menu on the left, and simply attach it to the file.
Aside from our eSignature maker and document builder, we've also got many contract templates that you can grab and edit against no charge.
With SignHouse, you can built all types of documents: freelancer contracts, construction contracts, marketing agreements, and generally any type of contract or agreement.
These are part of our library of contract/agreement templates, and you can always duplicate, edit, and electornically sign them for free.
Besides, you can always import your very own documents to edit and digitally sign them.
Our templates simply make it easier for you to have a starting point. They're very good especially when you're in a hurry and can't spend time on researching what an agreement should look like.
Truth is that you can request email attachments with both SignHouse and Signeasy. One difference is that you need to paymore for Signeasy.
You can request attachments at plans that are over $60/user/mo, and if that's not the plan you're looking for, it can be a pain to have to pay more just for one feature.
On the other hand, SignHouse lets you request attachments from your signees on all plans. No need to pay any extras — simply enjoy all the features of our eSignature solution.
As you may know by now, eSigning documents with us is pretty easy:
With SignHouse, you get unlimited analytics featurs. This means that you get to know when your document was received by your signees, when they've opened it, and when they've signed it.
You do get some of these features at Signnow as well, but the truth is that they're quite limited, meaning that you don't get all of the analytics that you can get on all of SignHouse's plans.