Receive Documents - Assessors

eRecording for assessors:
An essential capability

As an assessor, your ability to receive and return documents in an efficient, timely manner is pivotal.

Thankfully, with Simplifile eRecording you have the ability to receive electronic documents as well as review and stamp them electronically. You can also send documents back to the county or recording office with your electronic stamp and notes in minutes, avoiding paper handling and stamping each document by hand.

As you communicate between offices internally, Simplifile’s eRecording service also helps streamline your processes and overall recording document workflow. For example, with Simplifile you can convert your manual, handwritten tasks to electronic functions, including electronic stamps for parcel identifications, receipt numbers, and any type of stamp you may need.

We provide a designated area, or text box, to include any text or information that you, as the assessor, might normally free-hand on a paper document.

Most importantly, you’ll be able to quickly access the electronic history of all the documents that come through your office recording queue.

Less paper traffic. Increased efficiency. Easy electronic stamping. ACH payments instead of checks. Sound too good to be true? It’s not. On top of all of that, it’s free.

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Benefits for assessors

  • Automate document reception and return
  • Review and stamp documents electronically
  • Increase security and efficiency
  • Reduce paper-handling
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Discover how eRecording can benefit you

Simplifile makes electronic document reception, routing, and return simple so you and your customers save time and money.

Large counties

Small counties

Public trustee

County auditor


“Our customers are able to submit documents when they have them ready. We also are able to provide a much faster turnaround to the customers. They are getting their recorded documents quickly, often within minutes of their submission to us.”

Barbara Levey
Assessor-Clerk-Recorder-Registrar of Voters
Merced County, CA


“What used to take weeks now takes one day.”

Don Clark & Rhonda Andresen
Register of Deeds, Deputy Register of Deeds
Saunders County, NE