The Iowa County Recorders Association, which operates a county land records information system, Iowa Land Records (CLRIS) announced the successful integration of the Ingeo Electronic Document Recording System with the statewide portal, which will allow Iowa citizens to submit real estate documents through online.
The system will integrate all 99 Iowa's counties. The Iowa Land Records Portal and electronic submission service will enable Iowa counties to work together. Now, every county in Iowa would be able to receive, validate and record all real estate documents through electronically. Now all of Iowa's counties can electronically receive lien releases and assignments from national, regional and local submitters. The Iowa Land Records system provides the bridge between county systems and document submitters including Ingeo and their customers. Ingeo's Electronic Document Recording System consist two parts, Ingeo ePrepareR for submitters and Ingeo eRecordR for county recorders. Through Ingeo ePrepareR, the system prepares digital documents using standardized XML data, embedding digital and digitized signatures and notaries, and attaching electronic payment advices. ePrepareR integrates with leading loan servicing, title, escrow, document management and recording applications. eRecord receives the documents and, after an examination and validation review, processes each document according to established business rules in each recording office.