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In addition to copies of financial reports, governing documents, meeting minutes, etc. there are three types of forms generally ordered: Trustee Letters, Resale Disclosures (also known as Resale Certificates) and Lender Questionnaires.
Pursuant to the Missouri Uniform Condominium Act, both a Resale Disclosure and Trustee Letter must be ordered to complete the sale of a condominium. Regardless of which party is paying for which documents, both documents must be ordered and a Trustee Letter will not be processed if a Resale Disclosure hasn’t already been ordered for the same property. This applies to condominium units in Berview Condominiums, Bramblett Crossing Condominiums, Garment Row Lofts, McKelvey Manor Condominiums, Monreale Condominiums, Mason Green Condominiums, Spring Hill Farm Condominiums, Sherman Park Condominiums, Stone Ridge Estates Condominiums, Tenth Street Lofts and Wood Lake Condominiums..
For PUD’s/HOA’s, a Resale DisclosureMAY be ordered, especially if it is a condition of the sale, but Missouri law does not require it. A Trustee Letter is required for closing. This applies to units in Charleston Estates, Townhomes at Montclair, Columbus Square Townhouses, Cedar Groves, Manors at Hurstborough, Oakleigh Park and The Villas at Woodlawn.
Lender Questionnaires are never required by law or a requirement for closing, but may be required by your lender for a purchase or refinance.
Other types of documents, including governing documents, financial reports, meeting minutes, etc. may be ordered individually or as part of a package connected to one of the other forms. It is cheaper to order them as part of a package than individually. Remember, when selling a condominium it is the responsibility of the seller to ensure the buyer receives the governing documents, and regardless of whether the unit is part of a condominium or a PUD/HOA the buyer automatically accepts the terms of the governing documents upon closing. Especially for buyers, do not overlook the need to obtain and review these documents.