Welcome Atlanta Commercial Board of REALTORS®!

This page will help you get the most out of the ACBR templates and Propdocs. Below are answers to common questions, links to detailed help articles, and best practice guides tailored for ACBR members.

Getting Started with ACBR Templates

How do I access ACBR templates?
ACBR templates are available to all members through the Propdocs platform. To access these templates:

  1. Log in to your Propdocs account.
  2. Navigate to the "Templates" section.
  3. Select "ACBR Templates" from the list.

Onboarding for New Users
If you’re new to Propdocs, we recommend starting with our onboarding article: Atlanta Commercial Board of REALTORS® Onboarding.

Using ACBR Templates Effectively

Best Practices for Using ACBR Templates

  • Ensure all sections of the templates are completed.
  • Double-check for accuracy before finalizing documents.
  • Send documents for internal review before sharing externally.

Common Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

  • Ensure all signers are added before sending for signatures.
  • Double-check all dates and contact info for accuracy.
  • Verify that all information is in the correct section.

Tips for Streamlining Your Workflow

For more information on getting started, read our Next Steps Guide.

ACBR Template Library

The Forms Committee of the Atlanta Commercial Board of REALTORS® is constantly reviewing and adding to the forms library which currently contains over forty forms relating to all aspects of commercial real estate transactions including:

  • Purchase and Sale Agreements
  • Leases
  • Subleases
  • Commission Agreements
  • Listing Agreements
  • and many more ...

To view a complete list of ACBR Templates, log in to Propdocs, go to the Templates section, and there you can click to view all the ACBR templates. While viewing a template you can also click "Use Template" button at the top right to being drafting an agreement in an existing or new Deal.

Fully Editable and Restricted ACBR Templates

ACBR members get access to two versions of each form: Fully Editable and Restricted.

Fully Editable: These are fully editable documents that you have complete control over, including all text and formatting. This is the preferred option when you are redrafting clauses and have legal counsel revieiwng the contract that wants to make more signifiacnt changes.

Restricted: Unique to Propdocs, you can think of restricted templates as a hybrid of a Word document and a PDF. ACBR has selected only specific parts/sections of the document that are able to be edited, allowing for a streamlined exprience to 'complete' the document. You're able to 'tab' from field to field. Note that you can enter any amount of text into a restricted area and the document will propogate - you're not limited to the field width like in a PDF.

For both Fully Editable and Restricted versions you can track changes to ensure you don't miss anything that was updated in the document.

Read more about Best Practices for using the Document Editor.

Trouble Shooting and Support

Common Issues and Solutions

  • Issue: Cannot edit the template
    Solution: While the templates themselves cannot be edited, you can create documents to begin drafting the agreement.
  • Issue: Document isn't fully editable
    Solution: You likely used a Restricted Templte to create the document. These are simplified contracts that only have specific sections/parts of the document that are editable. When creating a document select a Fully Editable template to have complete control of the document.

How to Contact Support

  • Visit our Help Center for comprehensive support articles.
  • Submit a support request here.

Useful Links to Help Articles

Popular Resources

Document Editor

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This guide includes best practices for sending documents in Propdocs so you can confidently move your CRE transaction through the deal process, including internal and external review.

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