Request for Resale Certificate and Disclosure Documents
33rd Company® Property Management produces Resale Certificate, packages, and Declarations Documents in both general and Lender required formats. Our documents requests are made available on-line 24/7 and the documents on available behalf of the Home Owner Associations (HOA’s) that we manage.
If you are in the process of selling your unit, you should request a resale certificate soon after obtaining a signed purchase agreement. You can also get a copy of the HOA Declarations and Governing Documents to give to prospective Buyers while you are marketing the property.
There is a fee, typically payable by the Seller, for preparing a resale certificate and you can pay this in conjunction with your on-line request. Our Resale Certificate and Documents are available for order 24/7 thru our automated documentation request page.
Click here, or the below Icon to request a resale certificate, or any other Association Documents you wish to receive. You will need to know the property address, and name of the association where the property is located.
33rd Company® offers 24/7 access to ALL of our managed Associations for the following documents:
- FULL Resale Package (Contains everything required for a sale or transfer)
- Resale disclosure Certificate
- Annual Board Meeting Minutes
- Annual Financials
- Articles of Incorporation
- Budget Documents
- Condominium Declaration
- Current unaudited Financial Documents
- Governing Documents
- Insurance Declarations Page
- Regular Meeting Minutes (for previous Quarter)
- Reserve Reports
- Rules and Regulations
- Lender Questionnaire (in most Lender formats)
- Custom Questionnaire
- Refinance Package
- Updated package options are also available
We also offer standard 10 day service, or expedited services for your convenience and can get documents to you in 2 business days or less.
Regulatory Notice: Under Minnesota Law, MN Statute 515B.4-107, Sellers (other than the declarant), unless exempt, must furnish to a Buyer before the execution of any purchase agreement for a unit or otherwise before the closing, all of the following documents relating to the Association or to the Master Association as applicable:
(1) A copy of the declaration (other than any CIC plat), the articles of incorporation and bylaws, any rules and regulations, and any amendments or supplemental declarations;
(2) A copy of the master declaration, articles of incorporation, bylaws, and rules and regulations, if the common interest community is subject to a master declaration; and
(3) A current resale disclosure certificate from the association, dated not more than 90 days prior to the date of the purchase agreement or the date of conveyance, whichever is earlier,
For more information, please contact your Association Property Manager. You should also be sure to contact your Real Estate Attorney for the specific transaction and types of documents you need in order to support your desired transaction.
COMMON RESALE FAQ’s
Q. Who has to pay for the resale disclosure packet?
A. Usually the seller is required to pay for this unless the buyer and seller agree on something different in writing.
Q. When do I need to deliver the resale packet to the buyers?
A. Within 10 days of signing a Purchase Agreement.
Q. What if the sale falls through or is delayed, do I have to reorder the packet?
A. If it is after 90 days, yes, you will need to reorder and there is an update fee for that.
Q. How long does the buyer have to review the resale packet and get back to the seller?
A. The buyer has 10 days to accept or reject the packet that was supplied to them.
Q. How do I document that I have provided the buyer in a timely manner of the resale packet?
A. There is a Realty form the buyer should sign upon acceptance of the resale packet.
Q. If I close in the middle of the month and have already paid my HOA dues, will I get money back?
A. Yes, your HOA dues will be pro-rated at closing by the Title Company for the months they were paid.
Q. What if there are pending issues addressed by the HOA in the resale packet, who is responsible to address these issues?
A. The buyer or the buyer’s agent would be responsible for this.
Q. As a buyer what kind of insurance will I need for my new HOA property?
A. You will need Hazard Insurance if not covered by the master policy, but they will need an HO-6 policy to cover all additional items not included in the master policy. Contact your insurance agent to review your insurance binders.