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NTC Pushing Mortgage Industry Into Digital Age

Not only is eRecording faster, NTC says, but it also provides a safer, more reliable way to process documents, minimizing risk of losing documents in transit and cutting down on the time and effort it takes to find public records. Though eRecording is catching on in most states, a few have been more receptive than most—including Colorado and Nevada, where 90 percent or more of NTC documents have been recorded electronically.

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Indecomm’s eRecording Service Available in More Than 500 Counties

Indecomm Global Services is now offering eRecording to lenders and title agents in more than 500 counties nationwide. The company passed the 500-county mark with the recent addition of all Hawaiian counties to the Indecomm eRecording roster. The company already offers paper recording in all U.S. jurisdictions.

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Two Connecticut Towns Partner with CSC to Offer eRecording

Two towns in Connecticut teamed up with Corporation Service Company (CSC) to transition into electronic recording for real estate and land use records. The towns of Manchester and Farmington now accept eRecording, which allows recording offices to reduce costs, eliminate payments errors, and receive prompt payments.

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Data Tree Releases DocEdge.com Lien Search

Santa Ana, California-based Data Tree, LLC, a provider of recorded land documents and a part of The First American Corp., announced the release of DocEdge.com™ this week. The company describes DocEdge.

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