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My apologies first for wandering off into an area not that relevant to this Board, but I thought perhaps you folks might know an answer or be able to point me in the right direction. Here goes:

In Texas, a Home Owners' Association (HOA) can apply to be a non-profit and get exempted from sales taxes. In order to do so, the state requires that you provide the following:

1) Number of lots/units in the plat map for the development

2) "Number of residential lots/units owned by individual owner"

3) "Number of residential lots/units owned by the declarant, developers, builders, banks, investors, or similar parties"

#1 can be answered pretty easily, but are there any kinds of tax records or anything in the public domain which'd answer #3? (We know the declarant, developers, & builders don't own any properties but have no idea how many "banks, investors, or similar parties" might own homes.)

Thank you and, again, my apologies for straying off the purpose of the board.
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