For use by developers who are required to file for and obtain a CFPB Report from the Interstate Land Sales Registration / RESPA Division of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) for Interstate Land Sales.
As a subsequent owner of lots located in a single platted subdivision for which there is a current and accurate Disclosure Report (Public Report) issued within the past 5 years, you may qualify for an exemption that allows you to use that Disclosure Report (Public Report) in lieu of obtaining a new Disclosure Report (Public Report) if no material changes have been made (other than ownership) which would require a new Disclosure Report (Public Report). Use this form to apply for the exemption
Use this form to assist you in filling out your draft Public Report Template. It also contains a list of all required documents that need to be submitted with your application. You do not submit the worksheet with your application, you retain the worksheet in your records
What must I do to file for a Subdivision Disclosure Report (Public Report)?
Download the Subdivision Disclosure Report (Public Report) Application from our website. There are three sections:
Section I contains the instructions, general information and fee requirements.
Section II lists the required documents that must accompany the application upon submission to our Department.
Section III is the "questionnaire" that you must fill out and submit to our Department at the time of filing.
Can I file my application incomplete?
It is not recommended that you file an incomplete application. Filing an incomplete application can result in the closure or denial of the application. You will then need to refile with a new application and fee.
Why must I show proof of CAGRD payment?
All information and requirements called for in the Subdivision Disclosure Report (Public Report) Application, including the CAGRD requirement, are required by state statute or rule.
Why must I prepare a title report within 30 days of application?
As previously stated, this required document is required by statute and rule.