Selling Your Property?

Whether using a real estate agent or selling your property on your own, a resale inspection is required to be done by the Architectural Office before the sale is finalized.  

Resale inspections are valid for 12 months, and a copy of the report shall be signed by both the seller and buyer and filed with the Architectural Office (refer to the Roadhaven Architectural Rules & Regulations, Section B, General Matters, Paragraph 2).  

You may call or stop by the Architectural Office with any questions or to schedule a resale inspection. The Architectural Office is open on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, between 8:00 AM and 10:00 AM, November through March.  Resale inspections needed between April and October should be scheduled with the General Manager or Assistant Manager in the Front Office.

In order to facilitate processing the sales of Roadhaven properties, please provide the Front Office with the following information as soon as possible:

1.  Unit number and street name

2.  Legal lot number

3.  Copy of the new title (if applicable)

4.  Copy of the new warranty deed recorded with Pinal County

5.  Completed homeowner forms: Buyer Contact Information, Disclosure Statement, Affidavit of Age, and Waiver of Liability.

6.  $1,900 check payable to Roadhaven ($400 Disclosure Fee, and $1,500 Capital Contribution Fee)

7.  Resale inspection is required when selling your property. Resale can be ordered through the Front Office or Architectural Office. The Resale Inspection fee is $75. Resale inspection report completed/signed within 10 days of request.  Any compliance issues must be resolved between the Buyer and Seller.

For private sales of property, we encourage you to use a title company (not a notary) to assist you with the transaction.  


A notary public is a third-party who only witnesses signatures and verifies identities of signers of a document.  A notary will also ensure that all parties who signed the document did so willingly and under their own power.  However, filing of the new documents with Roadhaven and other appropriate entities still remains the responsibility of the buyer/seller.

A title company will do a title search to make sure that the person or company claiming to own the property does, in fact, legally own the property and that no one else could claim full or partial ownership of the property. During the title search, the title company also looks for any outstanding mortgages, homeowner association assessments, liens, judgments or unpaid taxes associated with the property, as well as any restrictions, easements, leases or other issues that might impact ownership. The title company will also issue title insurance which protects the owner against lawsuits or claims against the property that result from disputes over the title.  Most title companies work directly with Roadhaven to ensure that the new titles, deeds and other documents are filed with Roadhaven and the other appropriate entities.