Seven New Jurisdictions Offer E-recording Through Simplifile
January 15, 2013
Seven more counties are now available for e-recording through Simplifile, propelling what they anticipate will be an accelerated year of growth for the industry.
Within the first week of 2013, Simplifile’s e-recording service has been made available in the following counties:
- Toombs County, Ga.
- Wilkes County, Ga.
- Sumner County, Tenn.
- Oklahoma County, Okla.
- Cameron County, Texas
- Grant County, Ind.
- Swift County, Minn.
Sumner County’s Register of Deeds Pam Whitaker acknowledged that providing e-recording has bolstered their commitment to constituents by providing them the latest technology and streamlining their current recording process.
“E-recording with Simplifile will provide Sumner County a fast, secure and cost-saving solution that will significantly reduce the time required to receive, record and return documents to the public in a timely manner,” Whitaker said. “We are excited for the opportunity to work with Simplifile to implement our e-recording project.”
With millions of documents securely e-recorded and more than 800 counties across 44 states who are actively e-recording, Simplifile believes that 2013 will prove to be an accelerated year for the adoption of e-recording.
“Over the past decade, we have been the driving force behind the e-recording industry and have experienced steady growth with a service that remains unmatched by competitors,” said Paul Clifford, president of Simplifile. “Today, e-recording is no longer new or mysterious; it is accepted as a mainstream service proven to provide a safer, faster transfer of documents between recording jurisdictions and document submitters. Unquestionably, 2013 will prove to be another year of positive growth for the industry as more and more counties make e-recording their preference.”