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HOA Estoppel Letter: Short Guide for Community Association Board Members

HOA Estoppel Letter: Short Guide for Community Association Board Members

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An estoppel letter is a legally binding document that certifies the amount of money a home seller owes to the Homeowners' Association (HOA). Since real estate lingo varies from one state to another, different people use different names to refer to the HOA estoppel letter. Other terms used to refer to a HOA estoppel letter include Estoppel Certificate, HOA Letter, HOA Status Letter, HOA Closing Statement, HOA Certificate, Current Dues letter, and Resale Letter, among others.

By Rolando Coronado on May 19, 2020 8:33:00 AM
   
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