The eCRV is an electronic replacement to the four-part paper CRV form. eCRV is the preferred method for submitting a certificate of real estate value.
For more about the eCRV project, see below. You may also:
eCRV Submission is Available in All Counties Statewide
- eCRV form available to submitters for use for all sales statewide.
- All counties allow online acceptance, review, and editing of eCRV submissions.
- The eCRV follows an all-electronic process, replacing paper forms or printouts.
e-Recording with eCRV
- The submitter will be instructed to save the eCRV ID created on submission, and they may simply include the eCRV ID in the e-recording packet.
How does eCRV work?
- Submitters fill in the online eCRV form.
- Submitters receive an eCRV ID number on submission.
- Submitters reference this eCRV ID number when presenting the deed to the county.
- Counties view eCRV data online, verify, and add additional information.
- Counties may download eCRV data as XML files to their local systems.
- Counties may upload data from their local systems into the eCRV system.
County Participation and eCRV Funding
- Counties provided a modest contribution to help partially fund development of the project. County contributions were based on the number of CRVs filed in each county in 2005. Additional project funding came from the Department of Revenue (development costs plus annual maintenance) and the real estate industry ($25,000).
- For more information, see: