Asked by The Coach, La Jolla, CA • Sun May 27, 2012
I'm in the process of selling my single family home. There is an HOA. Escrow requires that I provide various HOA docs for the buyer to review (CCRs, board meeting minutes, aricles of incorporation, etc). My realtor contacted me and said that the management company NN Jaeschke, requires me to pay $340 up front to provide these documents. So, I've spent over an hour total talking to people at NNJ, being directed to their website to order, emailing their 'webmaster', etc. My question is multipart :
1) Isn't $340 excessive for printing 100 pages or so documents?
2) Anyone familar with CA State Assembly Bill 771 "The fee for providing the required HOA disclosures must be reasonable based upon the HOAâ€™s actual cost for procuring, preparing, reproducing, and delivering the HOA documents"...what is reasonable?
3) A related question : shouldn't my realtor be doing all this legwork?? I'm paying her $15,000 in commission for a house that sold in about 30 days.
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