Spectrum Association Management has partnered with HomeWise to offer a more effective process for ordering and delivering resale disclosures, statement of accounts and other closing documents. Creating an account is easy and you can start utilizing the system immediately. HomeWise representatives are also available to help with any questions you may have by calling toll-free.
1. Create/Login to your account:
Go to our homepage by clicking below. Click on the Sign Up tab or enter your Username, Password, and login. Click on the Place New Orders tab found directly after logging in.
2. Find your association: (Please refer to the Search Tips)
Enter the Unit Address or Association Name. Specify the transaction type as either Purchase/Sale or Refinance, and click Continue.
3. Select your items:
Locate the document(s) you need and select the box to the right. Click continue at the bottom of the page.
4. Complete your order:
Proceed and enter the buyer and seller or current homeowner information; click continue. At the delivery and payment page enter the appropriate information; click continue.
5. Review and Place Order:
Review your order and add/remove items if necessary. Click Place Order. You will receive a confirmation number and an email confirmation as well.
A resale package is a packet of vital information provided to those purchasing a condominium or a home in an association. The package includes a complete set of recorded documents that govern your association. The Resale Package may vary from state to state.
6-10 business days – Fees May Apply for Rush Requests
Statement of Account
A statement of an account is a document intended to inform the title company of monies to be collected at the time of closing. Due to privacy practices, parties other than the homeowner or the title company cannot order the Statement of Account document.
6 business days – Fees May Apply for Rush Requests
A disclosure packet provides you financial information for the association, the governing documents or rules of the association, statement of account and the certificate of insurance. In Arizona, these fees are charged at the time of closing per statutory requirements.