What Is an Estoppel Letter from a Homeowners Association?

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The Estoppel letter from a Homeowner's Association is a certification which shows the financial obligations of a condo or homeowner to the association, if any. This is usually when applying for a bank loan or an escrow. Obligations include maintenance fees.
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A homeowners association estoppel form is used to officially notify a homeowner of the fees they must pay as members of the association. It is typically completed and filed when a home sale is closed. The terms in the form are legally binding and must be followed. A homeowners association is put in place to help maintain order and set standards within a neighborhood. The fees they collect are used to help maintain the area and complete improvement.
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