All licensed dealers and brokers of manufactured homes, mobile homes and/or factory-built buildings are required to provide the Department with monthly sales reports (for the calendar month).
A recovery fund assessment fee of $30.00 is owed for each unit sale with a purchase price of under $50,000.00 if the sale went through a dealer’s trust account or dealer’s escrow account and that dealer has not met the requirements set forth in A.R.S. §41-4030 (C).
Sales report(s) must be filed online by the 15th day of each month. If the sales report is not filed by the due date or is incomplete, the Department may issue an Order to Comply or Suspend. The Order is self-operative in that it outlines the required administrative fine and the disciplinary action that can occur if the licensee does not resolve this administrative action by the given date. The administrative action could result in the suspension of the dealer or broker license.
Dealers are to file all sales reports online in the Salesforce platform. Reports are not to be mailed, emailed or faxed to the Department. IF you have not yet registered to use the platform, contact either Amanda Duncan ([email protected]) or Donna Grant ([email protected]) so that we may provide you with the company verification code (for the dealer license) that is required for registration.
The system creates a new sales report on the first day of each month.
Every dealer or broker who acquires or sells a previously titled (i.e. used) manufactured home or mobile home is also required to submit a written report of all such acquisitions and sales to the Department of Revenue and to the County Assessor of the County where the dealer or broker is located. Please contact the Department of Revenue and the County Assessor for their report forms and reporting instructions. The Department of Housing’s online sales reporting is not associated with the reporting requirements of other government agencies.
For instructions on filing online sales reports, download Completing Sales Report.