Sunday, March 20, 2011

Recording electronicallyin the USA

More than 600 counties in 36 states now are able to record documents electronically, according to the Property Records Industry Association (PRIA), a coalition of government agencies and businesses within the property records industry. The announcement preceded PRIA’s Annual Winter symposium held March 2-4 in Washington, DC.

Electronic recording — or eRecording — is the automated process in a land records office of receiving, recording and exchanging documents and information in digital form. The trend also signals a potential increase in opportunities to have land records electronically notarized and could help drive the expanded use of electronic notarization because so many notarizations involve real estate-related transactions.

“It’s exciting to see so many counties embracing this technology” said PRIA President Richard Bramhall. eRecording improves the quality of information recorded and reduces turn-around times, providing significant cost savings over manual recording processes.

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