WHAT IS eRECORDING?

eRecording refers to the electronic delivery of real property/real estate documents (such as deeds, mortgages, deeds of trust, liens, assignments, satisfactions, affidavits, etc.) to and from the appropriate county/jurisdiction recording office for filing in public records. By eRecording, both document submitters and document recorders are liberated from the burden and risk of handling paper documents.
  • eRecording for Document Submitters

    A document submitter is any company or firm that regularly sends documents to and from the county recorder's office for recording in public records. Examples include, but are not limited to title companies, attorneys, lenders, loan servicers. Click here to learn more about solutions specifically tailored for document submitters.
  • eRecording for Document Recorders

    A document recorder is a government entity responsible for maintaining the accuracy and integrity public records for real property. In most places, it's known as the County Recorder or Register of Deeds. Click here to learn more about solutions specially tailored for document recorders.
  • eRecording for Vendor Affiliates

    A vendor affiliate is any company or firm whose customers would benefit from simple, fast and secure electronic document recording. Examples include, but are not limited to land record vendors and title software vendors. Click here to learn more about solutions specifically tailored for vendor affiliates.
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