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What if you could close without so much paper?

Barriers, doubts remain, but more work of the common closing is being done electronically, and the trend is only growing

By Emily Shartin
Globe Staff / May 28, 2006

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hese days, you can use a computer to order an entire wardrobe without trying on clothes first. You could earn a college degree without ever setting foot in a classroom. Or buy a car without stepping onto the lot. (Full article: 1090 words)

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