The latest on real estate recordings and new technology from the Middlesex North Registry of Deeds in Lowell
Our “new” furniture from the former Worcester Registry of Deeds is expected to arrive late this afternoon. Perhaps the most visible items will be six tables, all waist-high and eight feet long by three feet wide. These will replace the assorted tables and countertops we are now using in the recording room. Rather than have the counter extend directly across the width of the room, it will be L-shaped with the Middlesex North Recording counter staying where it is, but with the Middlesex South Satellite Office counter pivoting 90 degrees so that it will be perpendicular to the North counter. The purpose of this reconfiguration is to gain more space for the North recording area. While the number of recording terminals and scanners we have in place now are sufficient for our current low volume of recordings, the inevitable upturn in business, whenever that occurs, will require more recording terminals and scanners. The added capacity will be even more important as we switch to a full “scan and return” operation, something we expect to do early this fall. Along with the recording tables, we also expect to receive several 36 inch round tables that we will place in the remaining portion of the recording room. These will be reserved for real estate closings. Finally, there is some modular office furniture which we expect to place in the new Customer Service area (the former recording counter).
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