RALEIGH --On behalf of the dedicated staff of the Wake County Register of Deeds office, I am delighted to announce the launch of our new online electronic recording (eRecording) application. Effective now, we are accepting all documents except maps for eRecording, which will save you time and effort, improve accuracy and efficiency, and reduce costs for county taxpayers.
Financial institutions, law firms, and other businesses involved in real estate transactions achieve significant benefits from electronic recording by eliminating the manual processing effort and time required by traditional document recording. In turn, the Registry staff will not have to expand as much as it would need to if traditional recording alone were to continue.
Financial and legal companies (title companies, banks, law firms, etc.) that would like to submit documents electronically to our office must first select and register with one of our authorized eRecording providers, who can tell you more about the products they offer:
Upon selecting an authorized provider, electronic recording submitters
must complete the Submitter Memorandum of Understanding
with our office.
Electronic recording providers
that would like to become an approved Wake County Register of Deeds provider must complete the Provider Memorandum of Understanding with our office.
As always, if you have any questions, suggestions, or other comments about this or any other office issue, please call 919-856-5460.