What You Need to Know About Estoppels
What is an estoppel?
An estoppel is a document that provides you with vital financial information regarding your community association and your home, including covenant compliance, past due balances, fees due and upcoming assessment fees.
Need an estoppel?
Home resale: For homes that are being resold, a title company, lender or seller is required to initiate the estoppel order through our partner Estoppels.com.
Newly constructed home: For homes that are brand-new construction, the developer or builder may send a request to email@example.com. The request must include the following information:
- Property Address
- Lot Number/Legal Line
- Seller Name(s)
- Buyer Name(s)
- Anticipated Closing Date
Per FL Statutes 718.116, 719.108, and 720.30851, the association has up to 10 business days to provide an estoppel after receiving the request and payment for service is made. However, a 72-hour (3-day) rush may be added for a fee of up to $100.00 per estoppel.