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CSC Welcomes 44 counties to eRecording Network

CSC Welcomes 44 counties to eRecording Network

WILMINGTON, Del.— CSC®, a leader in the electronic document recording (eRecording) industry, is pleased to announce the addition of 44 new counties in 21 states to its growing portfolio since the start of the third quarter (July 1).

The new counties include:

Adams, Illinois Henrico, Virginia Pierce, Wisconsin Town of Fairfield, Connecticut
Aiken, South Carolina Highland, Ohio Placer, California Town of Killingly, Connecticut
Aurora, South Dakota Hocking, Ohio Pope, Arkansas Town of Middlebury, Connecticut
Baxter, Arkansas Hughes, South Dakota Portsmouth City, Virginia Town of Portland, Connecticut
Blanco, Texas Jefferson, Washington Red River, Louisiana Town of Wilton, Connecticut
Burnet, Texas Keith, Nebraska Saginaw, Michigan Venango, Pennsylvania
Carbon, Wyoming Lincoln, Wisconsin Schuylkill, Pennsylvania Walker, Alabama
Clark, South Dakota Madison, Montana Shenandoah, Virginia Wayne, New York
Craig, Virginia Marshall, Indiana Smyth, Virginia Weston, Wyoming
Douglas, Nebraska Moody, South Dakota Susquehanna, Pennsylvania Wheeler, Oregon

“CSC is proud to be the industry’s only total recording solution through our eRecording network and our national paper recording services,” says Mark Rosser, head of Real Estate services at CSC. “We are seeing a huge trend to adopt electronic recording, and eRecording reduces county and submitter risk, cuts costs, streamlines operations, and also makes our partners’ lives easier.”

By providing a secure, web-based eRecording solution, county recording offices and document submitters can now save time and streamline their workflows with the help of CSC.

Now, CSC’s eRecording solutions cover over 237,228,015 United States residents. The full list of counties is available at

For more information:
Laura Crozier
Public Relations Manager
(302) 636-5401 x65526
CSC News Room

About CSC

CSC provides a web-based document recording (eRecording) solution that allows document submitters, including title companies, banks, and law firms, to electronically record real estate documents with county offices throughout the U.S. Our system bridges the gap between submitters and county offices, and enables easier document creation on the submitter side and faster recordation, indexing, and acknowledgment on the recorder side. CSC was first to electronically record in the United States, and our services remain the benchmark for speed, efficiency, and security. For more on how CSC can improve the way you work, visit