CSC acquires e-document business from PropertyInfo

Expanding eRecording business into 600 additional counties

Corporation Service Company, a provider of electronic document recording services, announced that it has acquired the electronic document recording submitter business of PropertyInfo Corporation, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Stewart Title Company, which, in turn, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Stewart Information Services Corporation (STC).

“We are pleased to transition our eRecording business line to the leading eRecording service provider in the industry,” said Kyle Chaney, senior vice president, PropertyInfo.

“PropertyInfo was one of the first companies to offer eRecording services, and we feel honored that a reputable company like CSC will continue to build upon our eRecording successes and service and support our customers as they grow their eRecording offerings to their clients.”

By becoming part of the CSC network, current PropertyInfo customers will now have access to more than 600 additional counties for eRecording. CSC currently provides electronic recording capabilities for approximately 90% of the population where eRecording is currently permitted.

"CSC pioneered the eRecording industry more than a decade ago and continues to extend its technological capabilities and geographic footprint,” said CSC Vice President Mark Rosser.

“This strategic partnership will provide Stewart’s agencies and affiliates with a much broader network of jurisdictions in which to eRecord, reduce their risk, and increase the efficiency of their document recording processes,” Rosser added. “We are excited to serve these new customers.”

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