Recording Documents Electronically

Recording Documents Electronically


Electronic recording, "eRecording," enables title companies, lenders, law firms and others to electronically record documents with Washington County Recorder/Registrar of Titles through the Internet without leaving the office.

Electronic recording is rapidly becoming the preferred method to submit documents for recording. All documents can be eRecorded. Some of the most common are:
  • Assignments
  • Deeds
  • Mortgages
  • Releases of Mortgages
  • Satisfactions of Mortgage
  • Subordinations

Why Record Electronically


  • It saves time and money – it automates the processing, receipt and payment of real estate documents.
  • No need to manage paper documents, less impact on the environment.
  • It’s faster – in most cases, documents are recorded within a day or two of submission.
  • Original documents never leave your possession – you just scan them and they are ready for submission to the County Recorder/Registrar of Titles.
  • No special equipment needed – just a computer, scanner and Internet access.
  • Increased security – documents are tracked through the entire recording process.
  • Immediate image retrieval – once accepted for recording, you will receive notification that your document has been officially recorded in the public record.
  • Faster communication and resolution of rejection issues.

How does a company get started?


Contact one of the state recognized vendors listed below. The first four vendors listed currently do business with Washington County Recorder/Registrar of Titles.
  1. CSC/Ingeo - http://www.ingeo.com/
  2. Simplifile - https://www.simplifile.com/
  3. Indecomm Global Services - http://www.indecommglobal.com/
  4. ePN - http://www.erecordingpartners.net/

Additional Information


  • Read about the Electronic Real Estate Recording Commission.
- http://www.mnererc.com/downloads/