When deciding on a lien and preliminary notice filing company, price is clearly a key concern. One thing you want to investigate is whether prices charged by other lien and notice companies includes the cost of postage, filing fees, courier expenses and other miscellaneous charges.
Nearly every document carries certain expenses. A mechanics lien, for example, has a filing fee ($30-100), the cost of delivery ($5-40), and the cost of delivering notices of the lien to one, two or more parties ($5-25). Notices must be delivered according to statutory specifications, which can cost between $5-10 if sent via ordinary mail, or $30-60 if served personally.
Zlien’s flat fee pricing is all-inclusive, meaning you pay our low flat fee for a document and nothing else. See our detailed pricing schedule here.
In addition to covering the expenses of each filing, outsourcing your lien, notice and other filing requirements to Zlien saves your company time, and provides your company with an independent department that can focus exclusively on your lien and notice needs.