Disclosure Packet Request
If you are selling a property lot in Dunlop Farms, Virginia law requires you to disclose to the prospective buyer that the property is located in a development that is subject to the Property Owners' Association Act, and you must provide a Disclosure Packet in compliance with the Virginia Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation, Common Interest Community Board.
Real Estate Agents: Contact the Association's management company, ACS West, Inc., as soon as the contract has been signed. Virginia law authorizes ACS West, Inc. to charge a fee to produce, prepare, and deliver the Disclosure Packet.
Each Disclosure Packet contains statements uniquely relevant to your property lot, such as your compliance with the architectural guidelines and property upkeep, status of annual dues payment, violations of the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions, to name a few key declarations. In preparing the packet, the Association is allowed by Virginia law to inspect your property for discrepancies on the visible condition of your house and lot. (This is an Association compliance inspection and is not a home inspector's mechanical inspection). For this reason it is important to maintain your property in tip-top shape, comply with the Architecture Guidelines, and to pay the annual assessment on time.
If you have questions about the Disclosure Packet request procedure in general, please contact the Board of Directors.