E-Recording, or electronic document recording, is the process of transmitting real property documents electronically to the local government entity charged with recording and maintaining public records. The process is similar to traditional recording methods except that documents are submitted within minutes without ever leaving your house or office, and recorded documents are returned electronically immediately after recording.
Electronic recording does more than simply eliminate paper. It automates document examination, fee collection, image retention and data processing.
Electronic recording results in greater efficiency and better use of existing resources. Productivity increases by minimizing time requirements, reducing costs and increasing document acceptance and accuracy.
Title companies, financial institutions, law firms and other businesses involved in real estate transactions recognize great benefits from electronic recording.
Counties reduce the manual processing effort associated with paper processing from days and weeks to just minutes.
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