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eRecording Fundamentals: Tools for Every Market
Understanding market conditions and using advancements in electronic document recording (eRecording) technology to gain new efficiencies means growth for your business and the ability to adapt to changing conditions.
Recording for Law Firms: More Than Just a Deed
Deeds and mortgages aren't the only documents your firm manages and records. Understanding the ways efficient recording of other documents—like powers of attorney, affidavits, and personal estate documents—can make your business transactions much smoother.
Recording Fundamentals—Tools for Every Market
Join us for a discussion of recording fundamentals you need to know as well as a comprehensive look at CSC's real estate services with new features to assist you in all aspects of document recording. This hour long webinar will provide an overview of our full suite of real estate services and a demonstration of enhanced tools such as our fee calculator.
Florida eRecording: Tools to Adapt to the Ongoing Waves of Change
Join two of CSC’s leading eRecording experts for this free hour-long webinar to review the impact of the tremendous growth in Florida real estate and discuss how CSC can help you bring clarity and control to your document recording processes.
California eRecording: Tools to Adapt to the Ongoing Wave of Change
The last year and a half has been marked by extremes for the real estate industry, with California often experiencing these events on a magnified scale.
The Next Wave of eRecording Technology
Having multiple vendors to support the many transactions of a loan can be cumbersome. Where do you turn for eTrustee services, the preparation of borrower notification letters, and property search services?
Learn the benefits of eRecording for lenders, title companies, and law firms.
How to Lock Down Your Document Recording Processes
Learn how document submitters can realize immediate compliance and security benefits of adopting an eRecording process.
Fraud and Electronic Document Recording
Learn how electronically recording real estate records can be substantially lower the risk of fraud.