An Estoppel Certificate is required for the transfer of Real Estate from an owner to a buyer. When buying a property governed by a homeowner’s association you are made aware that dues are typically paid monthly. During escrow, an Estoppel letter from the HOA is requested by the seller or seller’s agent. This legal document outlines information regarding the current owner’s financial standing in regard to the HOA, what is due and what has not been paid. It also indicates any assessments that are in progress or projected. Occasionally, it will make notice if there are any violations in a unit according to the Associations Rules & Regulations.
Alternatively, you may fill out this Estoppel Request form, and we will get back to you within 24 hours.
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