E-recording software company Simplifile reported that five county recording offices across California, New Mexico and Washington are now on its e-recording network.
The news follows last week’s announcement that the firm had added 23 new counties to its network – all in the Midwest and Southeast.
The recently added counties include Napa County, Calif.; Sonoma County, Calif.; Tehama County, Calif.; Quay County, N.M.; and Jefferson County, Wash.
The addition of these counties brings the total using Simplifile’s software to 1,481.
“Simplifile makes it easy for both settlement agents and counties to experience the efficiency and cost benefits of switching from paper to e-recording – which is why our network is not just the largest, but also the fastest-growing in the country,” said Paul Clifford, president of Simplifile, in a release. “For example, we tailor our services to meet the unique needs of each county, whether that means creating a custom integration with the county’s land record management system or interfacing with another county office, like the assessor or treasurer.”