Electronic Recording

The Register of Deeds office currently accepts Electronic Recording (e-recording) of all document types related to land records, with the exception of Plats. Some of the many benefits of Electronic Recording include: Saves time and reduces rejections; Streamlines your workflows; Gets documents into public record faster; Eliminates check-writing expenses; Avoids mailing costs, traffic and wasted time; Eliminates payment errors.

We currently have over 500 e-recording submitters, which include banks, attorney offices, mortgage, time-share and utility companies, etc., who submit Deeds, Deeds of Trust, Satisfactions, Easements, Power of Attorney’s, and many other types of legal documents through Electronic Recording.

Our Electronic Recording vendors include:

Simplifile: 1-800-460-5657 or visit www.simplifile.com

Corporation Service Company (CSC): 1-866-652-0111 or visit www.erecording.com

eRecording Partners Network (ePN): 1-888-325-3365 or visit www.GOePN.com