eTitleSearch.com anticipates 4 million transactions in 2006
August 9, 2006
eTitleSearch.com, Ultima Corporation’s Web portal for publishing land records and title plant information, has processed more than 2 million transactions through May of this year with 4 million transactions anticipated by the end of 2006.
“We surpassed one million transactions last year,” says Neal Morris, Internet services director for Ultima. “Our customers, representing 86 counties across the Unites States, have not only made their land records available on the Internet, they have directed efforts in their individual markets towards increasing the usage of eTitleSearch.com.”
eTitleSearch.com customers and subscribers include both title companies and counties. Users of eTitleSearch.com include title companies and their staff, mortgage companies, banks, and members of the public who access land records via county subscribers.
“Title companies who discover the benefits of eTitleSearch.com realize a contribution to their overall financial success while users benefit from searching online with premium features,” added Morris. “We are happy for our customers and their clients at the success of eTitleSearch.com.”
Users across the World Wide Web search land records and related documents, employing such search criteria as document number, book and page, property address, name and legal description. Advanced searching features are also available such as phone book and hyper-link name searching, range of dates, book and page range, instrument types, SoundEX and initial name matching.
eTitleSearch.com recently released its Professional User Interface, delivering high level functionality for the title professional. Its features include SearchManager™ and Advanced Search Analysis™. SearchManager is an order-centric workspace allowing search results to be sorted, printed, and emailed to the examiner’s specifications. Advanced Search Analysis applies user-defined rules to identify examination issues and to create requirements and exceptions. SearchManager and Advanced Search Analysis optimize examiner efficiency and productivity.
Source: Stewart Information Services Corp.