Pennsylvania Document Recording Services
Blue Streak Docs provides document recording services to all of Pennsylvania’s 67 county courthouses.
Our efficient process shortens document recording time while helping to reduce costs. With 10+ years of experience in the real estate document recording industry, we know how to record documents as quickly and efficiently as possible. Here's what our services include.
Pennsylvania Real Estate Document Recording Services
When it comes to recording thousands of real estate documents, attention to detail is crucial.
Our services make sure that:
- All documents are free of inconsistencies and/or errors
- Recording fees are confirmed
- Documents are recorded as efficiently as possible
We provide mail-in recording, walk-in recording, eRecording, and UCC filing. At Blue Streak Docs, our network of document recorders will do everything they can to fulfill your real estate recording needs.
Pennsylvania Mail-In Document Recording
Blue Streak Docs provides mail-in document recording services throughout Pennsylvania.
First-class postage is used to send all real estate documents, including mortgages, deeds, and leases. Or, depending on your requirements, we can expedite your delivery to the County Recorder using FedEx or priority mail.
In addition to the above, we’ll provide you with a copy of the recorded document or county receipt.
Walk-In Document Recording in Pennsylvania
Walk-in recording is our most reliable method for timely processing and recording of documents. Once we have your documents in hand, they’re sent to one of our professional recording agents. From there, your real estate documents are personally delivered to one of Pennsylvania’s courthouses for filing and recording.
You’ll receive a county receipt with the recording information or a copy of the files once your documents are recorded. Sometimes, counties can get a bit behind on recording documents. If this happens with your documents, Blue Streak Docs will send you continuous updates so you always know where things stand.
eRecording in Pennsylvania
In Pennsylvania counties that subscribe to the service, documents can also be electronically recorded. eRecording real estate documents generally takes about 24 hours and is considered a fast and affordable substitute for mailing or delivering your documents in person. Compared to mail-in and walk-in recording, there are fewer rejections with eRecording services.
Pennsylvania UCC Lien Filing
Based on your specific needs, we can file UCC documents at the county or state level in Pennsylvania. UCCs, or Uniform Commercial Codes, can be recorded electronically, mailed to the court, or walked into the courthouse. All UCC documents will be filed by our professional recorders.
Fast, Accurate Pennsylvania Document Recording Services
Blue Streak Docs aims to deliver high-quality, accurate results at lightning-fast speed. We’ll take care of all your document recording needs in Pennsylvania. Want to experience the Blue Streak Docs difference? Contact us today!Try Us Out!
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Pennsylvania - Economics
Iron smelting, made possible by abundant supplies of ore and of hardwoods for the furnaces, became important in the 18th cent. In the 19th cent., after the Bessemer process made the use of its great bituminous deposits economical, Pennsylvania quickly emerged as the nation’s leading steel producer, but the industry has since declined dramatically. Another Pennsylvania resource, anthracite coal, found in the northeast, long made the state a dominant force in American railroading. Heavy industry has declined in general, but the state still manufactures metal products, transportation equipment, foodstuffs, machinery, chemicals, and a wide variety of plastic, rubber, stone, clay, and glass products.
The Pittsburgh and Philadelphia metropolitan areas, situated at opposite ends of the state and dominating the commercial and industrial life of their regions, present startling contrasts in production and culture. Other leading cities are Allentown, Bethlehem, Erie, Reading, Scranton, and Wilkes-Barre.
Pennsylvania - Facts & Figures
|Area:||45,333 sq mi (117,412 sq km) Pop|
|Population:||12,281,054 (as of 2000), a 3.4% increase since the 1990 census|
|Statehood:||Dec 12, 1787 (2nd of the original 13 states to ratify the Constitution)|
|Highest Point:||Mt. Davis, 3,213 ft (980 m)|
|Lowest Point:||Sea Level|
|Motto:||Virtue, Liberty, and Independence|