Condo Owner Information


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Things To Know About Resale Certificates:

1. All orders for Resale Certificates must be paid in advance by check, cashier’s check or money order. No cash accepted, thank you.

2. We require up to three business days (once confirmation of request is given) to process your request and issue your Resale Certificate

3. No refunds will be made after the documents are delivered.

4. Please know that all requests need confirmation of receipt.

5. Payment must be received before a digital copy is given.

 Price List Effective January 1, 2021:

-Resale Certificates are $275.00
-Escrow/Bank Questionnaires $250.00
-Transfer Fee $150.00
-Document Fee $250.00
-Refinance Questionnaire $75.00

FAQ:

When is my payment late?

Please be sure to write your property number / owner number / unit number on your checks so that our bookkeepers can correctly apply your monies.

If you own a condominium, your payment is due according to your CC&R’s. Generally they are due on the 1st of the month. You will need to check with a Board member or refer to your CC&R’s to find the exact due date and the grace period. However, if your payment is not received on time according to your CC&R’s, your account will be assessed a late fee, if your association issues late fees. Generally payment is considered late after the 15th day of the month.

How do I keep you updated if I change my phone number, email address, or physical address?

Give us a call! We would be happy to update your information. You can also make changes directly in AppFolio.  


What do I do if something is broken here at my association?

If you notice that something is broken or in need of repair at your association, fill out a maintenance request via AppFolio. You can also reach out to your property manager directly to talk about anything that needs assistance.


What if I decide to rent out my condo? Can you help me with that?

Before you do anything else, you’ll need to determine if your association has a rental cap. You’ll need to check your CC&R’s or check with your association Board to see if renting units is possible.

If there is no rental cap, then you're good to go! We are a property management company and would be happy to discuss managing your unit!