Indian Point is a strictly enforced Deed Restricted community. All homeowners, their family members, tenants and property managers are required to comply with the Indian Point Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions and the Osceola County Ordinances that govern our community or face assessment of a violation, fine and further legal action. Under Florida State Statutes, fines can be assessed at $100 per day per violation. Further legal action can include liens and foreclosure of property.
Homeowners are responsible and liable for all violations assessed, fines and legal action caused by violations by their family members, tenants and/or property manager.
As per the Indian Point Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions, short term rentals of 28-days or less are permitted through out the entire Indian Point community, Phases 1 through 7. Homeowners are required to have a Florida State issued Hotel License and Osceola County Landlord License to rent their home short-term.
Long-term rentals, those of more than 28-days, as per the Indian Point Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions are only permitted in Phases 3 through 7. Homeowners are required to have an Osceola County issued Landlord License to rent a home long-term.
Florida Statutes require that the seller provides the buyer with a copy of the Indian Point Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions. Simply since you were not provided with these documents does not exempt you from compliance, assessment of violations, fines and legal action, not limited to assessment of liens and foreclosure.
Submission of Buyer Application
Submission of a buyer application is required. Buyer application's can be requested by emailing estoppel @ iphoa.com. The application will be processed once application and application fee is received. Notification of the results of the vetting process will be sent. Please allow up to 30-days, however can be less, for the processing of the application.
Florida State Statute requires submission of an Estoppel in research for all outstanding financial and legal obligations on an individual property. This then allow the association to prepare a final and binding legal Estoppel document. Per Florida State Statute the association has 15 days to prepare and submit an Estoppel Certificate.
Submission of an Estoppel Request Form is required to be completed and returned in order to obtain a current Estoppel Certificate. Estoppel Certificates are valid for 30-days. Click on the Estoppel Request Form below, complete the form and mail to: IPHOA Estoppel, 246 Indian Point Circle, Kissimmee, FL 34746.
Failure to request or notify the Indian Point Homeowners Association of an estoppel will cause the buyer to pay for all outstanding fees, including transfer fees. And will delay clearing of title to new homeowner.