Maryland Document Recording Services

Get your documents recorded in any county in the State of Maryland! With over a decade of experience, our document recording process is fast, effective, and affordable.

Learn more about the Maryland document recording options we have here!

Maryland Document Recording Options

We have multiple document recording options for your real estate documents:

Our mail-in document recording services include first-class mail, priority mail (with tracking), and FedEx or UPS delivery!

How Long Does Document Recording Take in Maryland?

The timeline for getting your document recorded depends on the method you choose. Mail-in is usually the slowest, while eRecording is the quickest. Walk-in document recording is also pretty quick, however, it can be slowed down if there's a backlog.

Sometimes, counties can become backlogged. This means it will take even longer than the normal timeframe for your document to be recorded. If this happens with your request, we'll keep you updated until it's completed!

If you have any questions about the document recording process, contact us!

Walk-In Document Recording in Maryland

If you need your documents recorded ASAP, our network of recording agents in Maryland can hand deliver your document directly to the county clerk. This gets your documents recorded as soon as possible, bypassing mail-in document recording requests.

Mail-In Document Recording in Maryland

When you choose mail-in document recording, you can let us know your preferred shipping method. For example, we can send it through regular mail, expedite it with priority mail, or send it through FedEx or UPS.

eRecording in Maryland

In Maryland counties that subscribe to this service, Blue Streak Docs can record documents electronically. This method is pretty quick — it usually only takes about 24 hours. If you've never tried eRecording, we highly recommend it! Not only is it fast, but we deal with fewer rejections compared to walk-in and mail-in recording.

UCC Lien Filing in Maryland

Need a UCC lien filed in Maryland? We can take care of it! Whether you need the UCC to be filed at the county or state level, our team of document recording experts know exactly what to do.

Expert Document Recording In The State Of Maryland

We've simplified the document recording process to make it as efficient and affordable as possible.

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Maryland Counties Served:

Allegany • Anne Arundel • Baltimore • Baltimore City • Calvert • Caroline • Carroll • Cecil • Charles • Dorchester • Frederick • Garrett • Harford • Howard • Kent • Montgomery • Prince Georges • Queen Annes • Somerset • St Marys • Talbot • Washington • Wicomico • Worcester

Maryland - Economics

Although the fishing industry is declining, the catch of fish and shellfish, chiefly from Chesapeake Bay, yielded an income of over $67 million in 1998, and the state’s annual catch of crabs is the largest in the nation. The coastal marshes abound in wildfowl. Stone, coal, and iron, mined chiefly in the west of Maryland, are much less significant than in the 19th cent.

Leading manufactures include electrical and electronic machinery, primary metals, food products, missiles, transportation equipment, and chemicals. Shipping (Baltimore is a major U.S. port), tourism (especially along Chesapeake Bay), biotechnology and information technology, and printing and publishing are also big industries. Service industries, finance, insurance, and real estate are all important. Many Marylanders work for the federal government, either in offices in Maryland or in neighboring Washington, D.C.

Although manufacturing well exceeds agriculture as a source of income, Maryland’s farms yield various greenhouse items, corn, hay, tobacco, soybeans, and other crops. Income from livestock (especially broiler chickens) and livestock products, especially dairy goods, is almost twice that from crops. Maryland is also famous for breeding horses.

Maryland - Facts & Figures

Area:10,577 sq mi (27,394 sq km)
Population:5,296,468 (as of 2000), a 10.8% increase since the 1990 census
Largest City:Baltimore
Statehood:Apr 28, 1788 (7th of the original 13 states to ratify the Constitution)
Highest Point:Backbone Mt., 3,360 ft (1,025 m)
Lowest Point:Sea Level
Nickname:Old Line State
Motto:Fatti Maschii, Parole Femine (Manly Deeds, Womanly Words)
Bird:Baltimore Oriole
Flower:Black-Eyed Susan
Tree:White Oak
Abbreviation:Md, MD

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