Real Estate Agents

Part of being a real estate agent is being able to answer questions about a home's neighborhood. Our Chief Over Everything, Rex, may only be an 8-year-old golden doodle, but he knows this is a tall order. He might even say it’s “ruff” to know everything about a community or neighborhood. Community Lens is here to help you! Help your clients know if they’re “barking up the wrong tree” and know the details of any neighborhood. 

Did we mention that Rex loves puns? He’s “mutts” about them.

Property Information Report

One of the ways Community Lens helps real estate agents is through our Property Information Reports. Order our standard Listing Report, or the complete Property Information Report. These reports are customizable so you can choose the sections that are important to you. Our Property Information Reports can be for a single property or multiple. As a real estate agent, you may need information about a neighborhood for your listing, or multiple reports to help your buyer make a good decision. Your buyer is counting on you to know about the neighborhood, and you may not have all the information they need. That’s why Rex and the Community Lens team makes a perfect “paw-tner.”

Order a Report

With every Property Information Report, you choose what you want to know:

  • General neighborhood information. This includes the association type and status, properties’ style, amenities (what you’re paying for such as trash service, landscaping, swimming pool, etc.), and identifies if there are multiple HOAs.

  • HOA contact information. This is who to contact regarding any questions specific to the homeowners association or managed community.

  • Annual homeowner charges. This includes regular dues assessments and amounts for special assessments.

  • Transactional fees charged when buying a home. Includes transfer fees, administrative fees, and any other association fees related to the purchase or sale of a home.

  • Financial summary. These summaries can include the current fiscal year and up to three historical fiscal years, summarizing revenues and expenses, reserves funding, and association cash position.

  • Financial risks. These could be pending lawsuits, governmental notices and construction defect actions.

  • Policy data. This could include rental restrictions such as lease caps, tenant approvals, etc., occupancy restrictions such as maximum number of occupants and HOA eviction rights and purchase restrictions such as buyer approvals, rights of first refusal and more. We will find information regarding standard living restrictions—what the homeowner can do and cannot do—such as pets, parking, commercial vehicles, recreational equipment, trash container storage, signs and flags, home business rules and assessments rules such as increase limits, late fees and interest charges, architectural modifications requirements like approval periods, fencing and storage shed rules. We’ll “sniff out” any governance amendments standards that describe how these rules can be modified.

  • Association scores. Our unique scoring system that provides at-a-glance metrics for governance strength, financial health, and resident experience.

Community Lens Is Here for Real Estate Agents

If you need help but are not sure where we fit in, don't hesitate to reach out. We have many different services to help you find the information your client needs. Contact us for today for more information.