E-Recording FAQ

What is e-recording?

A method of electronically delivering and returning documents between submitter and recorder.

What are the benefits of e-recording ?


Receiving recorded document quickly

Reduced cost

Less rejected documents

Fast turn around time for the submitter and client

Is it legal to e-record?

E-Recording is legal and accepted by lenders, underwriters and government.

How do I start e-recording?

The eRecording Agreementmust be completed and submitted back to Crawford County for processing. The form can be submitted back by mail, fax or email: P.O.Box 608 317 Main Street, Van Buren, AR 72956 , 479-474-1821 or CKilgore@crawford-county.org  

Next, Crawford County will contact you once the agreement has been processed. You will be provided a link where you can sign up by creating a account on the Crawford County e-recording site.

 *Please contact your eRecording vendor; SimpliFile, Corporation Service Company, Indecomm Global Services, eRecording Partners Network or Electronic Document Logistics to get the process started for eRecording.

How do I pay recording cost for e-recording?

Recording fees through e-recording are paid by ACH bank draft. All you will need is the routing and account number for which you wish to use for recording fees.