By adopting the CSC eRecording system, Alamance County, North Carolina, became the 1,000th U.S. county to implement an electronic method for real estate document recording.
Wilmington, DE (PRWEB) August 27, 2013
Corporation Service Company® (CSC®), a leading provider of electronic real estate document recording (eRecording) services, is pleased to announce that it has implemented eRecording in the 1,000th U.S. county to adopt this technology.
By adopting the CSC eRecording system on August 16, 2013, Alamance County, North Carolina (pop. 153,920), became the 1,000th U.S. county to implement an electronic method for real estate document recording.
CSC’s eRecording system serves as an electronic bridge between submitters of real estate documents (lenders, title companies, and attorneys) and county offices, enabling documents to be prepared, submitted, recorded/rejected, indexed and returned with unmatched speed and efficiency. Recording offices trust CSC for fast and secure receipt and recordation of real estate records. Counties that currently use a Land Records Management System (LRMS) can still benefit by using the CSC system.
Kay Wrucke, president of the Property Records Industry Association (PRIA), said the Alamance County milestone is one worth celebrating. “As a standards-setting body, PRIA promotes and monitors the adoption of eRecording throughout the United States,” said Wrucke. “In recent months, we have seen the rapid growth of recording jurisdictions using eRecording technology to streamline their office workflows and increase efficiencies and turnaround times for their submitters. PRIA congratulates Alamance County, NC, on their commitment to excellence in the recording industry. We’re looking forward the next surge of county eRecording adoption!”
CSC’s eRecording division pioneered electronic document recording in the U.S. more than a decade ago. In 2012, CSC was recognized by the Mortgage Technology Awards for its positive impact on the mortgage industry.
“We’re extremely pleased to have helped PRIA and the eRecording industry reach this milestone,” said Mark Rosser, vice president for CSC. “We congratulate the Alamance County Register of Deeds and all the recording offices that have made the transition to electronic document recording.”
Corporation Service Company® (CSC®), a privately held business and legal services organization, provides matter management, corporate compliance, and trustee services for companies and law firms worldwide; digital brand services for top global brands; and due diligence and transactional services for the world's largest financial institutions. Founded in 1899, CSC has more than 1,800 employees throughout North America, Europe, Africa and the Asia-Pacific region. To learn more about CSC’s eRecording solutions, visit http://www.erecording.com.