Title Transfer  and Documentation Fees

If a property is located within the jurisdiction of the NPOA then it is subject to a buyer’s administrative and documentation fees/also known as a title transfer and documentation fees, on any person or entity who/that purchases or otherwise becomes the owner of a lot, whether by deed, by a trustee’s deed upon sale, by a deed in lieu of foreclosure or any similar means upon transfer of title of any property within NPOA jurisdiction of $335, as well as a $400 documentation fee, due and payable upon close of escrow.

The NPOA is a mandatory membership property owners association regulated only by the Non-profit Corporation Laws of Arizona and does NOT collect annual dues or monthly fees; however, a permit and approval from the NPOA Committee of Architecture (NCOA) is required for any exterior work on the home or property.

The NPOA Permit Application download now contains all the permit application forms and fees in a single PDF document.

For new construction, all forms must be completed.

For Remodels and other construction, fill out only the forms that apply.

The Committee meets weekly to review all plans and permit applications.

NPOA Permit Application (Revised 06-13-2024)

Neighborhood Complaints

If you have a complaint about a property within NPOA / NCOA jurisdiction, fill out the complaint form and submit by mail, or E-mail your complaint following the same outline as presented on the form. If you have any questions please contact us via e-mail or call 480-837-5317.

Flat Roof Coatings

If you are planning on recoating your flat roof, you need a permit.

The permit fee is $50 and a refundable security deposit of $100.

Note: white coatings are no longer allowed.

Don’t risk a fine. The permit process is quick & easy.