E-Recording allows you to record your documents more quickly than mailing documents to the Auditor’s Office. You must submit documents through one of four contracted third-party vendors (see below).
Below we’ve included some answers to common questions about eRecording:
What types of documents can be electronically recorded?
You can use eRecording to record almost all types of documents. The only exceptions are documents requiring excise tax or review by the Treasurer's Office and maps.
Do documents submitted for e-recording need to meet regular formatting requirements?
Yes, all regular formatting requirements apply to e-recording documents.
How do I pay for e-recorded documents?
Contracted vendors handle payments for e-recorded documents.
Which vendors have eRecording contracts with the Auditor’s Office?
Our four contracted eRecording vendors are
Do vendors have any additional requirements or restrictions?
Contact vendors directly to find out if they have additional requirements or restrictions.