If you are putting your house on the market this spring, it is a good idea to request a Letter of Compliance from the village office well in advance of a pending settlement date. This letter is not required to sell your home, but it is a valuable tool for sellers. A Letter of Compliance verifies that your property is in compliance with River Hill Community Association Covenants and having this letter will make the transfer of ownership to the new homeowners run more smoothly.
Any covenant violations on your property become the responsibility of the new homeowner. Since covenant issues convey with the property when the property changes hands, home buyers often request a Letter of Compliance from the seller as part of their purchase contract. Request forms are available here or at the village office at Claret Hall.