New Recording Requirements for Documents Affecting Ownership of Real Property As of Jan. 1, the preparer's name and address as well as any witness's name and address must be included on recorded documents affecting ownership of real property. Read full details.
eRecording enables customers to conveniently file and record documents online with the Official Records Department.
Customers who should utilize eRecording are attorneys, closing agents, title companies, and contractors. Customers no longer need to submit records by express mail, courier, or in-person. With eRecording, customers simply scan the original document, convert to an electronic image, add indexing information, and electronically submit it to the Clerk's office within minutes.
Funds are transferred using Automated Clearing House (ACH) for transfer taxes, recording fees, and a nominal fee paid to the vendor.
Benefits include original documents that never leave your possession. Lost documents are eliminated. eRecorded documents can be tracked through the entire recording process, and documents are typically recorded the same day. Once the document is recorded, you can immediately retrieve an image that includes our recording stamp. Don't miss out on the most cost-effective, efficient, and secure method for recording your documents!
Documents That Cannot Be eRecorded:
DD-214 (Military Discharge Paperwork)
Notice of Contest of Lien
Notice of Homestead
Power of Attorney – Bail Bonds
Warranty Deed that includes Lien on Real Property (filed as one document)