As a principal on the transaction, the buyer is allowed to “walk-in” his or her paperwork for same day recording. You will need:
1) A great Title Rep. that will pick up all of your title paperwork and hand deliver it by 2:30pm.
2) Paperwork can only be dropped off at the Norwalk location for same day recording.
3) A principal in the transaction MUST be present. I’ve only done this with a buyer (but sounds like they would also allow for a seller to satisfy this condition).
4) Don’t forget to include “Exhibit A” or they'll reject your paperwork.
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At one time (a long time ago) there was an option for specials, the recorder would receive these "Special documents" up until 11AM, however this got abused and the practice stopped at least 7-8 years ago.
Best to plan ahead. Never plan to record on a Friday, always plan for Wednesday or Thursday latest. That way if there is a last minute issue with funding you might make a Friday vs waiting for Monday.
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It is best you check with your escrow/title officer.
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Check with your Escrow Officer - they would know. I know you can in Riverside County (where I do most of my deal) and in Orange County but I'm not sure about Los Angeles County.