If you are trying to buy or sell your home and require the association documents, please see:
Disclosure/Resale Report – This report contains disclosure information for the buyer and payoff information for the Title company. This report includes a complete set of current association documents. The report also meets the criteria Washington has for Resale Certificates. Make sure you work with the Title company and you have a buyer when ordering this report.
Community Association Documents – This report includes only a set of current association documents. This report should be ordered if an owner or realtor needs the association documents for an upcoming sale, or if an owner has lost their documents or need the most current ones. No other information is provided.
If you trying to refinance or purchase a home through a mortgage broker or bank, please order:
Lender Report – This report is used by banks and mortgage companies when preparing a loan or completing a questionnaire. It contains specific information relating to an association, including all information required by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. This report can only be ordered by a lender.
If you are with a title company or settlement company closing on a refinance or sale and need current account balance, please see:
Escrow Report – This report is needed by title and escrow companies. This report shows settlement information for an account that is closing due to the transfer of title.
Assessment Certificate – This report is used when refinancing a mortgage or to get the information to pay any current balances on an account. It shows just the current balance due to the association, if any. No other documents are included.
What payment options are there?
Please note that all reports that require advanced payment must be paid with either a check, or with Visa or MasterCard.
Once logged into ADI you will be able to see report types and costs associated with each report.
The HOA does not pay CMI for assisting homeowners and their lenders when they are selling, refinancing and/or buying a home. CMI provides this service directly to the owner or lender. CMI maintains the website and processes all orders through ADI, a web-based service that CMI subscribes to. Costs for this service are charged to the requester.
The Lender Report is used to procure a loan for the purchase of property. The Disclosure Report provides information for the association, such as the Association Documents, and discloses information for the association, such as litigation and special assessments.
Please click on the link “Sample Lender Report” to view the general template for CMI-generated Lender Report. [Sample Report Attached]
Please order the escrow report or assessment covenant report (refinance report) for any pay off information for the HOA fees. Please click on the below link and place your order online. Title demands are generally provided within 1 business day.
There are two options:
Yes, for Disclosure/Resale, Community Association Documents, Lender Report and Assessment Certificates. No, for Escrow Reports- escrow reports can be paid at closing.
Disclosure/Resale, Community Association Documents, Lender Report and Assessment Certificates must be paid in advance before the order can be processed. You can pay via credit card online when ordering or send a check to our office (Attention: Leang). Please note: your order is not processed until your check is received.
Escrow Reports may be paid at closing. Please select the ‘at closing’ option on the New Order Screen – Step 3 – Select Order Options to pay at closing.
Please email the customer form to [email protected] and we will upload it manually.
Less is more! Try entering just the house or unit number rather than entering information for all possible fields provided. The system will have an easier time bringing up the matching properties and you can pick from the list. If you are still having difficulty, please contact CMI at 503-233-0300.
If you wish to cancel your order, please email [email protected]. If the report has already been delivered, we are unable to refund your payment.
We provide unlimited updates on the Escrow Report for up to 90 days, without an additional cost. If you require an update to the report, please email your request to Spencer Corwin, [email protected]. Please include the order number in your request. We generally provide updates within 1-2 business days.
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