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February 6, 2019

Auditor announces launch of Electronic Document Recording

If you’ve been hoping for a simpler, faster way to formally record your documents with the Skagit County Auditor’s Office, you’re in luck: Electronic Document Recording is now available.

Previously, recorded documents had to be mailed or brought in person to the Auditor’s Office. Today, documents can be submitted online through one of three contracted third-party vendors: eRecording Partners Network, CSC Erecording Solutions, or Simplifile. Maps, or documents requiring excise tax or review by the Treasurer’s Office, must still be mailed or delivered in person.

“We understand that the process of recording documents can be time-consuming,” said Skagit County Auditor Sandy Perkins. “Offering online, electronic recording gives our residents a faster way to submit documents. Regardless of whether you choose to record in person at our office or online, our staff is always happy to help you with any of your document recording needs.”

Documents submitted for recording must still meet all regular formatting requirements. Specific vendors may have additional requirements or restrictions. Payments are processed through third-party vendors.

Find more information about eRecording, or submit your documents, by visiting skagitcounty.net/auditor. For questions or more details, please contact the Auditor’s Office 360-416-1700.