PropertyInfo Corp. (PIC), a Stewart company, has introduced a new Web-based version of eSecureFile for attorneys, title agencies and lenders. The new version speeds up the title recording process, allowing for electronic recordation of documents in minutes, PIC says.
‘In today's real estate market, the race to record is an all important facet of doing business,’ says Pat Vaden, PIC's president and CEO. ‘And, to help reduce gap risk, documents should be recorded with their county recorder immediately after closing.’
Electronic filing helps to eliminate travel time and expenses associated with visiting a local courthouse, Vaden adds.
With eSecureFile, lenders, attorneys and title agencies enter the file number, select the document type, upload the documents and submit the packages electronically. Where electronic filing is permitted, eSecureFile supports all county requirements for recordation, PIC says. The system also reports transactions in real time.
eSecureFile includes an archival system, an electronic audit trail, ACH processing of electronic recording fees, and toll-free dial-in and e-mail support for submitters.
SOURCE: PropertyInfo Corp.