How to eRecord or record documents with the county recorder electronically.
How to eRecord
Skip the long lines and hassle of driving.
E-Record your documents today.
How eRecording Works
Here is the best way to describe the eRecording process. Think of the internet as an electronic version of your current Courier, Attorney Service Runner, or the US Postal Service package. E-recording is the fast new cost-effective document delivery option. The documents are scanned, become images, and are submitted securely via a secure internet portal to the County Recorders office electronically. The image is recorded at the County Clerk and returned to you through the same method.
Here is how to get started
2. Place a new County Recording order. ( You will not be able to attach your document(s) to the order – See Image & Steps 3 & 4 below )
3. Once you have placed the online order, you will receive an order confirmation via email.
4- Reply to the Order Confirmation email with the scanned documents you want to record.
5- Make sure to attach each document separately
6- When the document(s) is/are recorded OR rejected we will notify you via email. If recorded, a link to the stamped digital copy of the document(s) will be available for you to download from the email or within the order online. If rejected you will be notified of the rejection reason and required corrections.
Important: ALL communications will also be in the order itself.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the cost? Currently, the eRecording cost is $55 plus recording fees and taxes (if any).
How do I pay the invoice? When you register, you will also be providing your preferred method of payment, whether it’s credit / debit card or (ECH) or electronic check.
How long does it take? Most counties are still eRecording documents same day as received during normal business hours. Past experience has shown, documents are returned within 48 hours.
Are there any recurring fees? No. We do not have any monthly or otherwise recurring fees, no memberships or subscriptions, just a one-time fee for the particular eRecording order.
Do I have to use Countrywideprocess.com? No. However, we take the time to format your document(s) to the specifications required by the county in order to avoid rejections due to formatting.
Which CA Counties are currently excepting eRecordings.
= Countrywide Process eRecording available
Contra Costa County
Del Norte County
El Dorado County
Los Angeles County
San Benito County
San Bernardino County
San Diego County
City and County of San Francisco – Pending
San Joaquin County
San Luis Obispo County
San Mateo County
Santa Barbara County
Santa Clara County
Santa Cruz County