Simplifile has extended its industry-leading e-recording network to include 21 additional recording jurisdictions across the southern United States.
“E-recording is becoming the preferred way to do business as more settlement professionals and recording jurisdictions recognize its abundant time- and cost-saving benefits,” said Paul Clifford, President of Simplifile. “With the addition of these 21 new counties and parishes, Simplifile continues our efforts to expand the availability of e-recording in the South and nationwide for the benefit of consumers, lenders, settlement agents, and counties.”
The new jurisdictions are:
- Columbia County, Arkansas.
- Jackson County. Arkansas.
- Pope County, Arkansas.
- Camden County, Georgia.
- Fulton County, Georgia.
- Glascock County, Georgia.
- Jasper County, Georgia.
- Oglethorpe County, Georgia.
- Tift County, Georgia.
- Wayne County, Georgia.
- Iberville Parish, Luisiana.
- St. Charles Parish, Luisiana.
- St. Martin Parish, Luisiana.
- St. Tammany Parish, Luisiana.
- Tangipahoa Parish, Luisiana.
- West Baton Rouge Parish, Luisiana.
- West Feliciana Parish, Luisiana.
- Swain County, North Carolina.
- Calhoun County, Texas
- Roanoke City, Virginia.
- Suffolk City, Virginia.
Settlement agents in these jurisdictions can now electronically submit documents directly to the county recording office via Simplifile’s secure e-recording service. Within minutes, county recorders can review, stamp, record, and return documents electronically through the Simplifile system. The secure platform also reduces errors and eliminates check-writing costs by allowing settlement agents to electronically pay recording fees and other associated expenses.
Throughout the U.S., more than 1,629 county recording offices now electronically record deeds, mortgages, and other documents using Simplifile. For a current list of all jurisdictions within the Simplifile e-recording network, visit https://simplifile.com/e-recording-counties/.