E-Record California documents through Countrywide Process for secure recording in California counties that accept e-Recording. Countrywide Process advances the county recorder fees on your behalf, and you receive one, itemized invoice per recording. Countrywide Process provides E-Recording in all 44 California counties that accept eRecording, including Los Angeles, Orange, Santa Clara, San Diego, San Francisco, and more! Click Here to download a List of California E-Recording and physical recording counties.
Rates below are based off the documents being received by the cut-off time of 3:00pm
Wondering how to settle your invoice? We offer convenient payment methods, including credit/debit cards and ACH (checking account). Please note that we cover the recording fees upfront, and payments are processed upon the completion of your request, using the payment method you have on file. You will also receive a payment receipt and individual paid invoices via email, sent to your chosen accounting contact.
Curious about the turnaround time? In most cases, counties still eRecord documents on the same day they are received during regular business hours. Based on our past experiences, documents are typically returned within 48 hours, often even sooner.
Worried about recurring charges? Don't be. We don't impose any monthly or ongoing fees, and there are no memberships or subscriptions required. You simply pay a one-time fee for your specific eRecording order.
Wondering when your document will be officially recorded? The recording date is determined when the document is processed by the county clerk. This processing time can vary, ranging from the same day to up to 72 hours, depending on the specific county's procedures.
Are you unsure if Preliminary Change of Ownership Reports (PCORs) or Transfer Tax Affidavits can be recorded? No, these are not recordable, however, are necessary for most jurisdictions and used as reference documents.
Should PCORs and Transfer Tax Affidavits be submitted as separate attachments within your order? Yes, please upload them as separate attachments.
Can Multiple Recordable Documents be submitted in a single eRecording order? Absolutely, you can. When uploading your documents, please specify the desired order for recording.
Is it possible to submit multiple deeds within one order? Yes, it is. However, keep in mind that each deed should be uploaded as a separate attachment, and all the helper documents, such as a PCOR, must be related to the same property or case.
If you need to upload a CLAIM FOR REASSESSMENT EXCLUSION FOR TRANSFER BETWEEN PARENT AND CHILD (Prop 58), please scan this document together with your Preliminary Change of Ownership Reports (PCORs) as a single attachment. If applicable, include the trust documentation behind the child exclusion for a complete submission.
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