An estoppel letter is a legally binding document, to find out whether the seller has any outstanding balances owed to the HOA.
Mortgage lenders require specific information regarding the association, (financial information, property ownership ratio, insurance agency, delinquency data, etc). This document is also known as the warranty letter, condo cert, HOA cert, PUD cert or mortgage cert.
Typically, the Title Company will order any documents needed for a closing however, a realtor, or other agent may order the document for their clients. A seller may request and pay for the resale disclosure document.
A standard estoppel order will be delivered within 10 days from the order date. If the estoppel is ordered as a rush the estoppel will be delivered no more than 3 days after the order date.
It is important to know if the seller is past due on assessments, and if the property has any outstanding violations.
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