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    If you are going to Sell your Fairways of Sherrill Park Property:
Please provide copies of this page to your realtor and give it or insist that it be provided to serious potential buyers, no later than proffering of offer or
earnest money.

Also, title companies usually require sellers to obtain a
Resale Certificate from the HOA.
The HOA is not obligated (and is often unable) to provide resale certificates immediately on short notice. We are legally permitted up to 30 days; and as a
practical matter, it may sometimes take a couple of weeks.  
Please request your Resale Certificate well in advance, both as a courtesy to us and to make sure your title company has it for the closing.

To request a resale certificate, contact the Treasurer at
    Seller's Suggested Disclosure

Property address: _____________________________________________________________________, Richardson, TX 75082

This home is in a deed-restricted community, governed by a mandatory Homeowners Association (“HOA”).  All Members and
Owners are subject to the terms of the
Third Amended and Restated Declaration of Covenants, Easements, and Restrictions for
the Fairways of Sherrill Park recorded as Document 20151123001471460 in the Official Public Records of Collin County, Texas
(the "Declaration").  
The Declaration and other relevant documents may be found on the HOA’s web site here.  

As provided in the Article III of the Declaration, each property shall be used exclusively for “single Household” residential purposes.   While
most residences are Owner occupied, leasing to single Households is permitted if the Lease fully complies with terms of the Declaration.

Fairways of Sherrill Park Homeowners Association, in which each of our 280 Owners has an equal share, owns and maintains
several spacious grassy common areas throughout the community.  The HOA maintains an up-to-date, on-line Directory. There are several
fun, family-oriented events each year, including a July 4th Parade and National Night Out gathering, both with community-wide cook-outs.  
More community information is available at the HOA’s website

The HOA’s seven member volunteer Board of Directors serve staggered two- year terms.   HOA Members elect three or four Directors
each year at the HOA's Annual Meeting, usually in mid-February.  The Board meets monthly, and all homeowners are welcome to attend.
Assessments are used primarily for management of the neighborhood, including watering, mowing, and maintaining the common areas,
as well as neighborhood beautification and improvements.

Assessment for the next year is set by November 1, and cannot increase more than 20% from the previous year.  For calendar 2016 it was
$370.  Invoices are mailed in December and due January 1.  

Homeowners must keep their properties (particularly lawns, bushes, and fences) neat and well-maintained and must obtain approval from
our Architectural Control Committee for external, visible construction and similar projects.

As provided in the Declaration, the HOA provides for the orderly and efficient management, operation, and use and enjoyment of the
Subdivision and for the protection of the value and desirability thereof.
Revised 7/18/2016