Lowell Deeds

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March 10, 2009

Electronic Recording Statistics

by @ 2:20 pm. Filed under Archived

During the past few weeks it seems that there’s been an increase in the number of documents recorded electronically. With more and more registries about to make the leap to electronic recording, I thought it might be helpful to quantify our volume of electronic recordings, probably for 2009 to date. Because that will take a considerable amount of time to compile the statistics, I did a quick snapshot of the first six days of March 2009. Here’s what I found:

During five days last week plus yesterday, 13% of the documents we recorded were received electronically (an average of 34 per day). Of the daily total, 66% were discharges, 3% were deeds, 17% were mortgages and other documents accounted for 13%. The first hour of each day is our busiest for electronic recording. During the 8:30 to 9:30 am hour, 42% of that days e-recordings are received. The next busiest hour is 2:30 to 3:30 when 14% come in. The least likely time of the day to receive e-recordings is the 9:30 to 10:30 hour - we only receive 4% of the day’s documents during that 60 minutes.

Once I’ve compiled the stats for the multi-month period, I’ll share the results here on the blog.

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