Delaware County is eRecording!

Another county in New York State has begun eRecording documents and A&G Title is prepared to do it!

We have been eRecording documents in other counties across New York for close to two years now and as the list of counties keeps growing – we just add it to our options and we are ready to go!

For the official blog from CSC – our partner in eRecording – click here.

Rensselaer County, NY is now eRecording!

Another county in New York State has begun eRecording documents and A&G Title is ready to do it! We have been eRecording documents in other counties across New York for close to two years now and as the list of counties keeps growing – we just add it to our options and we are ready to go!

For the official blog from CSC – our partner in eRecording – click here.

eRecording now available in Wayne County, NY

Another county in New York State has begun eRecording documents and A&G Title is ready to do it! We have been eRecording documents in other counties across New York for close to two years now and as the list of counties keeps growing – we just add it to our options and we are ready to go!

For the official blog from CSC – our partner in eRecording – click here.

 

838 – ready or not here it comes!

It’s coming – this weekend! Are you ready?

On August 19, 2017 the new 838 area code goes into effect.

Currently the 518 area code encompasses Albany, Clinton, Columbia, Dutchess, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Greene, Hamilton, Montgomery, Rensselaer, St. Lawrence, Saratoga, Schenectady, Schoharie, Warren and Washington counties. The new 838 area code will be overlaid in the same 17 county geographic area.

Have you gone through the contacts on your home and mobile phones and added a 518 to all your numbers you frequently call?

Will you remember to dial 518-xxx-xxxx when you call to order pizza?

There is definitely a learning curve associated with this new area code arriving this weekend but at least with the invention of smart phones you change it once and it remembers.

Some facts about the 838 area code:

  • Our telephone number (and yours) will not change. You just have to dial 518 first.
  • Calling someone who was assigned a 838 number – you will need to dial area code + telephone number. It will still be a local call.
  • Dial 911. Not 518-911 or 838-911. 911 will continue and always be just 911.
  • If you have 211, 311 etc. available in your area – they too will just be dialed as normal

If you forget the area code and only dial the 7 digits – you will get a recorded message stating your call can not be completed as dialed.

So remember – our phone number is now 518.674.1131. We look forward to hearing from you!

 

 

Chenango County, NY is now eRecording…

Chenango County, NY is now electronically recording (eRecording) real estate documents.

The eRecording process is the future of the home buying process and A&G Title is on the forefront of Title Agencies prepared to handle this new and improved method!

While not all counties in New York are eRecording – the list keeps growing.  Our partnership with CSC eRecording allows us the ability to eRecord in counties as they become available.

Please let us know if you have any questions…

Genesee County, NY is now eRecording!

The list keeps growing and we are ready! Genesee County, NY is now electronically recording (eRecording) real estate documents.

The eRecording process is the future of the home buying process and A&G Title is on the forefront of Title Agencies prepared to handle this new and improved method!

While not all counties in New York are eRecording – the list keeps growing.  Our partnership with CSC eRecording allows us the ability to eRecord in counties as they become available.

Please let us know if you have any questions…

For the official announcement from CSC eRecording – click here.

Fulton County NY is eRecording Title Documents

Fulton County, NY is now electronically recording (eRecording) real estate documents.

The eRecording process is the future of the home buying process and A&G Title is on the forefront of Title Agencies prepared to handle this new and improved method!

While not all counties in New York are eRecording – the list keeps growing.  Our partnership with CSC eRecording allows us the ability to eRecord in counties as they become available.

Please let us know if you have any questions…

For the official announcement from CSC eRecording – click here.