E-Recording in Allen County
Allen County has accepted electronic recordings since 2008 and currently receives approximately 54% of our documents through E-Recording.
We accept all document types for E-Recording, including transfer documents that circulate between the Recorder, Auditor and Assessor. Customers are also able to E-Record certain supporting documents, including sales disclosure forms.
The benefits of E-Recording include:
- Faster Turnaround: Hours vs. days to get your document back.
- The Race to the Courthouse Becomes Instantaneous: Your e-document beats one submitted via the mail
- Large potential cost savings in postage, overnight shipping and delayed proceedings
- Fewer Rejections and Faster Corrections: E-Recording eliminates rejections for incorrect fees. Rejected documents can be resubmitted in hours vs. days.
Learn more about eRecording by watching this video
(Windows Media file, 19MB, 2:31)
Allen County currently accepts e-recordings from three submitting vendors. To compare prices and to start e-recording with Allen County, Indiana, contact:
Corporation Service Company
eRecording Partners Network