Small County

Small counties save big with e-recording

You don’t have to record hundreds of documents for you and your customers to benefit from e-recording.

  • Automate document reception and return
  • Improve office efficiency
  • Avoid scanning, stamping, and return mailings
  • Provide faster document recording for customers
From Petroleum County, Montana (population 494), to Lafayette County, Florida (population 8,870), e-recording benefits even the smallest of counties across the nation, saving them time, money, and providing the most up-to-date online service for both local and national recording customers.

No matter how many documents your office records, having the ability to receive, stamp, record, and return documents electronically makes it easier for you and your customers. Fewer payment errors, faster recording, reduced paper and postage also rank among the biggest benefits our counties have found with e-recording.

Did we mention that it’s free?

We’ll let Saunders County Register of Deeds Don Clark and Deputy Register Rhonda Andresen in Wahoo, Nebraska, tell you – in their own words – how e-recording has made all the difference for them and for their customers. Click the image to play a short video.

Still on the fence about e-recording? We’d love to answer any questions you have.

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I started e-recording because I want to serve my customers in the best manner possible. With all the technology available today it was time to move forward, and I believe Simplifile will help our customers to have their documents filed in a more timely manner.
Shelia Bellamy, Clerk
Osage County, OK