New York is steadily growing its number of electronic recording (e-recording) jurisdictions with the help of e-recording service vendor Simplifile, adding both Nassau and Saratoga counties. E-recording enables customers including title companies, banks, attorneys and lien filers to record public documents via the Internet. This provides a more cost-effective and time-saving option than the traditional paper document recording method through the mail or a courier service.
“Our national submitters as well as local New York submitters have been waiting for this announcement to have the option to e-record in Nassau County and Saratoga County,” said Paul Clifford, president of Simplifile. “The difference in time and money saved by e-recording versus mailing documents or walking them into the courthouse is huge.”
Simplifile has 950 counties nationwide actively using its “paperless” recording method.