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Development Services Division
The Development Services Division oversees the sale of Subdivided Lands, Unsubdivided Lands, Timeshares, Membership Campgrounds, and Cemetery Plots.
Except in the case of Cemetery Plots, a developer must obtain a Disclosure Report (public report) prior to making offers for sale. A Certificate of Authority is required prior to cemetery sales.
Development Services forms and FAQs are available for download in the menu to the right.
To contact the Development Services Division, click here.
Development Services Investigations
The Arizona Department of Real Estate is always willing to help consumers by investigating violations of real estate law.
The Department is authorized to investigate complaints alleging violations of Arizona real estate law or Commissioner’s rules and take action. The Department cannot provide legal advice, but will assist consumers with questions wherever possible.
Development complaints may include the following:
- Illegal Campground
- Campground Violation
- Illegal Cemetery
- Cemetery Violation
- Material Change
- Public Report Violation
- Illegal Subdivision
- Subdivision Violation
- Illegal Timeshare
- Timeshare Violation
To file a complaint with the Department, click here.
Frequently Asked Questions
What must I do to file for a Subdivision Disclosure Report (Public Report)?
Can I file my application incomplete?
Why must I show proof of CAGRD payment?
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