One of the challenges in selling a home in an HOA community is that the buyer who submits an offer generally has no idea what the CC&Rs or rules and regulations of the community say until after the contract has been signed, the property is taken off the market and the buyer begins to investigate the condition of the property. Only then, does the buyer receive the Community documents to review. Many times buyers cancel the contract and the deal falls apart because the CC&Rs and rules of the community do not fit their lifestyle. The seller must then put the property back on the market and find another buyer having wasted precious time with someone who was never going to purchase the property. You can save time, energy and frustration by clearly disclosing the key provisions of the CC&Rs and rules and regulations of the community when the property is listed with a Seller’s Community Disclosure Statement.

The Seller’s Community Disclosure Statement discloses the amount and frequency of dues and assessments and also summarizes key provisions of the community documents that a buyer should know before submitting an offer to purchase your home. The disclosure statement is prepared by an attorney.

  • Standard Report – $250 (single association)

Includes summary of community documents along with financial and community lawsuit details.

  • Premium Report – $350 (two associations)

This Report is for homes that are located in both a master and a subassociation.

No money is due upfront. The cost of the report is paid at close of escrow.

To request your customized Seller’s Community Disclosure Statement simply email your completed Order Form – Seller to and within one week you will have your customized report.

View a sample report by clicking Seller’s Community Disclosure Statement