Manchester and Farmington, Conn. hired Corporation Service Co. (CSC) to electronically record real estate and land use records. E-recording allows recording offices to reduce costs, eliminate payment errors, receive prompt payment and increase staff productivity. Document submitters also benefit from shorter wait times, fewer document rejections, faster rejection handling and more secure transmission of documents.
“Manchester has continuously been recognized by the National League of Cities for its use of technology in local government,” said Manchester Town Clerk Joe Camposeo. “As a leader our decision to move forwards with e-recording shows our commitment for utilizing technology in the best interests of our citizens and customers. I am delighted to see this opportunity occur and look forward to the growth of e-recording in Connecticut.”
This partnership will allow title companies, law firms, financial institutions and other real estate document submitters to electronically record documents quickly, easily and securely. Any submitter with a computer, internet connection and scanner/printer can now eRecord with the towns. Documents are in compliance with federal, state and local laws, as well as industry standards.