PRIA is an idea that government and business can work together, with mutual respect, to address issues of common concern in the world of property transactions.
PRIA was created based on the concept that participants from all industry segments come together as equals to openly discuss issues and develop best practices and standards for the industry.
PRIA is a place for all participants of the property records industry to come together and openly discuss issues of common concern. Our members include recorders, title and escrow companies, lenders, notary associations, technology companies and industry groups from across the real estate and mortgage industries.
By developing and promoting national standards and best practices for the land records industry, PRIA and its members are playing a leading role in making property transactions faster, safer and more convenient for everyone.
In the 1990s, the land records industry found itself at a crossroads. While new technologies and electronic commerce were being adopted across the country, the bulk of the nation’s land records procedures remained mired in paper and old business practices. At the time, there were few standards for document recording, and most recording offices lacked the funding to develop new technologies. Business was frustrated by an inability to get documents recorded quickly and efficiently. Government was frustrated by its inability to improve efficiency and customer service.
PRIA is propelling the property records industry into the future by fostering an environment where industry participants can openly discuss their challenges and issues involving land records. These discussions lead to best practices and standards, which are published and distributed to the industry.
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Are you looking for someone to discuss new technologies and developments in the property records industry for an upcoming meeting? PRIA can help.
Our Speakers Bureau has experts with years of experience in property records. They can share their expertise on a wide range of topics, from eRecording to decreasing document rejections, eNotarizations, GIS and land records, data and file format standards and more. Our speakers can travel to your location.
To request a PRIA speaker and presentation, please complete the short form below.