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CSC Adds 45 New Counties in 16 States to eRecording Network

For immediate release

May 16, 2022

For more information:
Laura Crozier
Public Relations Manager
(302) 636-5401 x65526
CSC® News Room

First quarter of 2022 sees growth despite uncertainty of real estate industry

WILMINGTON, Del. – CSC®, a leader in the electronic document recording (eRecording) industry, is pleased to announce the addition of 45 new counties in 16 states to its growing network in the first quarter of 2022. By providing a secure, web-based eRecording solution, CSC can help county recording offices and document submitters save time and streamline their workflows.

The new counties include:

Jefferson, AR
Lincoln, AR
Chicot, AR
Lee, AR
Town of Bridgewater, CT
Gwinnett, GA
Colquitt, GA
Hall, GA
Paulding, GA
Macon-Bibb, GA
Douglas, GA

Barrow, GA
Fayette, GA
Liberty, GA
Walker, GA
Baldwin, GA
Coffee, GA
Glynn, GA
Laurens, GA
Spalding, GA
Clark, IL
Boyle, KY

Union, KY
Whitley, KY
Nelson, KY
Bourbon, KY
Greenup, KY
Taylor, KY
Robertson, KY
Orleans, LA
Greene, NY
Gates, NC
Belmont, OH

Morrow, OH
Ashtabula, OH
Washington, OK
Columbia, OR
Calhoun, SC
Hickman, TN
Archer, TX
Foard, TX
Hampton City, VA
Accomack, VA
Summers, WV
Lincoln, WV

"Although mortgage lending and real estate transactions are beginning to slow, the number of county recording jurisdictions joining CSC's eRecording network increases," says Kevin Kinderman, market director for CSC's Real Estate business. "Our consistent network expansion and world-class customer support have been key to our growth. We're excited to work with these additional counties to help them provide their constituents with the best possible service."

A full list of counties in the CSC network is available at

About CSC

CSC provides a web-based document recording (eRecording) solution that allows document submitters, including title companies, banks, and law firms, to electronically record real estate documents with county offices throughout the United States. Our system bridges the gap between submitters and county offices, and enables easier document creation on the submitter side and faster recordation, indexing, and acknowledgment on the recorder side. CSC was first to electronically record in the U.S., and our services remain the benchmark for speed, efficiency, and security. For more on how CSC can improve the way you work,visit