What You Need to Know

The HOA Report provides homebuyers and home sellers the protection from potential liability that may result from homebuyers not knowing pertinent information within the HOA documents when purchasing a home in an HOA community.

The majority of homebuyers do not review their HOA documents. Yet, they agree to accept all the HOA documents, the HOA rules and regulations without knowing if they actually can abide by them.

This is a risky proposition for homebuyers and a potential risk for home sellers, real estate agents and brokers.

The HOA Report is an easy to read, concise summary of the pertinent information within HOA governing documents; reducing the risk associated with the transfer of ownership of a home within an HOA community (single-family, condo or townhome).


Due to the time sensitive nature of the home purchasing process, order The HOA Report right when the purchase contract is accepted.
  • HOAs can insist that you follow rules that may adversely affect you
  • Every homeowner has different needs, limitations and expectations
  • Real estate agents should not advise their clients regarding the HOA documents and are not responsible for knowing the pertinent information within the HOA documents

What if... there is a restriction that you cannot abide by or... what if there are costly unknowns?

  • Only 1 dog allowed
  • Only 2 cars allowed (cars must be parked in the garage)
  • Undo at your cost any unapproved modifications
  • No permanent basketball setups allowed
  • $25,000 deposit required before exterior remodeling
  • Homeowner must paint the exterior of their home when the HOA determines it necessary
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  • There are thousands of HOAs in every major city
  • HOA’s rules and regulations vary significantly
  • Homeowners automatically become a “member” of the HOA corporation
  • Members must comply with the rules and regulations
  • HOAs have a great amount of power
  • Homeowners are liable for being aware of the information in the HOA documents
  • Homes can be foreclosed on if assessments are not paid

It's a Daunting Task... for Homebuyers to review HOA documentation that is both cumbersome and confusing; as is noted by the following:

  • HOA's documents can be hundreds of pages long
  • The legal verbiage is very difficult to understand
  • Restrictions, rules and regulations are often located in several documents
Click here to view A List of Typical HOA Documents.

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The HOA Report






The HOA Report provides homebuyers/owners essential tools to assist them in being aware of how their HOA is regulated.

What The HOA Report is:

  • An easy to read summary of the pertinent information within the HOA documents
  • A tool that assists homebuyers/owners in understanding their HOA
  • Confirmation of homebuyer’s receipt of state required HOA documents
  • References to specific documents and their respective page/section
  • A report that highlights concerns that homebuyers/owners may need to further investigate
  • A streamlined process for homebuyers and real estate agents
  • Bulleted information of the HOA rules and restrictions homebuyers needs to know:
    • Dogs, cats, pets
    • Parking restrictions
    • Lease restrictions
    • Home businesses
    • Basketball setups
    • Flags, signs
    • And many more
    • Vehicle size
    • Garage use
    • Landscaping
    • Modifications
    • Visible items
    • Walls, fences

What The HOA Report is NOT:

  • A review of every document, section or page of the HOA documents
  • A documentation collecting service – we only review documents we receive from the HOA
  • An analysis or opinion for the accuracy of financials, CC&Rs or any other HOA documents
  • A legal review or opinion regarding the prospective home purchase
Note
  • The HOA Report is NOT an all-inclusive report; it is a simplified summary of hundreds of pages of legal verbiage within multiple HOA documents
  • To keep this a reasonably short summary, we only provide information from the areas that we have determined most homeowners are interested in
  • The HOA Report does not eliminate the necessity for a homebuyer to read and understand the HOA governing documents and to perform due diligence on the management and operation of the HOA

Your home could be governed by more than one HOA. If this is the case, you need to be aware of the specific HOA rules and regulations of each HOA.

Recommended: Before ordering The HOA Report, please confirm the number of HOAs for the home you are purchasing by contacting your real estate agent and/or the HOA.

The HOA Report Pricing
With 1 HOA: $195
With 2+ HOAs: $295

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Homebuyers and Home Sellers
Homebuyers: Be Aware

Most of the challenges and disputes homeowners have with their HOAs are due to not being aware of the HOA rules and regulations, not knowing how it is run and by not abiding by the HOA rules.

Navigating through all the various documents and trying to find the pertinent information within the HOA governing documents is very difficult. Order The HOA Report and let us do the hard work for you.

Why homebuyers purchase The HOA Report:
  • HOA documents can be hundreds of pages of legal verbiage within multiple HOA documents
  • HOA documents give the HOA an enormous amount of power which could affect the homebuyer’s future use and enjoyment of their home
  • Brokers and real estate agents do not verify all the information and are NOT responsible for knowing the pertinent information in the HOA documents
  • Homebuyers only have 5 days to review the HOA’s governing documents
  • To assist homebuyers in making an informed decision regarding issues that could affect them
  • Homeowners automatically become a “member” of the HOA corporation
Homebuyers: Due to the time sensitive nature of the home purchasing process, order The HOA Report right when the purchase contract is accepted.

Click here to view HOA documents and information required by Arizona state law to be provided to the homebuyer.

Home Sellers: Be Prepared

When home sellers offer prospective homebuyers The HOA Report, they can feel assured that they have provided the homebuyer with the information they need to feel confident going forward with purchasing their home.

Why home sellers purchase The HOA Report for homebuyers:

  • To prevent potential unnecessary challenges, delays and cancellations at close of escrow
  • To provide prospective homebuyers with tools to make an educated decision
  • To confirm the homebuyer has received all of the legally required HOA documents

Home Sellers: Due to the time sensitive nature of the home purchasing process, order The HOA Report right when the purchase contract is accepted.


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Real Estate Agents and Brokers

The HOA Report provides professionalism
and reveals the information homebuyers need to know.

Real estate agents protect their clients by informing them of the potential unknown challenges that may arise during the purchasing process of a home.

The HOA Report provides real estate agents with a source to better serve their clients by revealing the information they need to know regarding their HOA documents.

Real estate agents and their brokers recommend The HOA Report because it:

  • Builds client confidence during the purchasing process of a home
  • Protects homebuyers from overlooking future potential challenges and disputes
  • Informs and educates homebuyers regarding relevant HOA rules, regulations and amendments
  • Protects sellers from unknown issues that may slow the purchasing process or affect the sale
  • Confirms that the homebuyer has received all required documents

We understand the challenges a real estate agent encounters during the purchasing process. Our goal is to streamline the HOA process for you and your clients.

Real Estate Agents: Due to the time sensitive nature of the home purchasing process, order The HOA Report right when the purchase contract is accepted.

When you protect your client… they will want to refer you.



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About

The HOA Report LLC was established to reduce the risk associated with the transfer of ownership of a home within an HOA community. The HOA Report provides an easy to read, concise summary of the HOA governing documents.

Laurelle Adrian, founder of The HOA Report LLC, is a licensed real estate agent. Through working in the residential market, she became aware that most homeowners do not have an adequate understanding of their legal obligations as a member of an HOA community. Therefore, homebuyers are at risk of facing potentially troubling challenges that can be avoided. With the amount of litigation and the multiple HOA horror stories, it became apparent that this is an unmet need.

The HOA Report Development
We are dedicated to providing unparalleled service to our customers. Each HOA has a variety of governing documents with its own unique variations. Through working with experienced professionals, we have developed a detailed system which we utilize to provide our customers with The HOA Report.

  • Top producing real estate agents
  • Title company executives
  • HOA managers
  • Residential real estate brokers
  • Real estate and HOA attorneys
  • Experienced professionals
  • Real estate, HOA, title or law industry
  • Detailed and specific training process
  • Protect homebuyers, home sellers, real estate agents and brokers
  • Report concise and simplified information with special attention to detail
  • Provide unparalleled customer service
  • Positively change the real estate industry, homeownership and HOAs
  • Treat everyone with integrity, care and respect
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