Simplifile E-recording Network Passes 1,700 Jurisdictions

January 25, 2018

Simplifile announced that 23 additional recording jurisdictions throughout the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, and Southeast have adopted it e-recording platform.

With the recent additions, Simplifile now offers its e-recording solution in 1,715 jurisdictions, which encompasses 97 percent of the total number of U.S. jurisdictions reported by the Property Records Industry Association (PRIA) as of Dec. 31, 2017.

“Having spent nearly two decades of my career championing the adoption of e-recording, hitting a milestone like signing our 1,700th e-recording jurisdiction is especially gratifying,” said Paul Clifford, president of Simplifile. “Every day, we see more jurisdictions begin to recognize the benefits of modernizing their offices through e-recording, and I look forward to the day when e-recording becomes a reality for every recording jurisdiction within in the United States.”

The latest additions to the Simplifile e-recording network are:

  • Talladega County, Ala.
  • Faulkner County, Ark.
  • City of Milford, Conn.
  • Town of Killingly, Conn.
  • Town of Marlborough, Conn.
  • Town of Wilton, Conn.
  • Town of Winchester, Conn.
  • Houston County, Ga.
  • Vernon Parish, La.
  • Montgomery County, Md.
  • Lee County, Miss.
  • Cherokee County, N.C.
  • Polk County, N.C.
  • Onondaga County, N.Y.
  • Rensselaer County, N.Y.
  • Tioga County, N.Y.
  • Schuylkill County, Pa.
  • Putnam County, Tenn.
  • Unicoi County, Tenn.
  • Craig County, Va.
  • Bedford County, Va.
  • Shenandoah County, Va.
  • Waynesboro County, Va.


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