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Old 08-13-2017, 04:35 PM
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I just purchased a home for my son. He is 43 with special needs and I will be leasing home to him. Will we be able to obtain resident ID for him?
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Old 08-13-2017, 04:56 PM
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Old 08-13-2017, 05:52 PM
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Yes you have to turn in the IDS for the home and have a residence pass for him. There are a couple of ways to do it. You can have one that you do yearly if you'd like, or you can actually have one set up for 3 years so you do not have continually to renew it. Contact the office in Spanish Springs and they will help you do everything.
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Just curious on how the over 55 requirement works in the villages. 20% of the homes can be occupied by residences(all) under 55 so do you just apply for a waiver or do they have requirements you have to meet in order to get a waiver?
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Just curious on how the over 55 requirement works in the villages. 20% of the homes can be occupied by residences(all) under 55 so do you just apply for a waiver or do they have requirements you have to meet in order to get a waiver?
No waiver our oldest is 46 and looking here, TV told him they are no where close to the 20%
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Yes you have to turn in the IDS for the home and have a residence pass for him. There are a couple of ways to do it. You can have one that you do yearly if you'd like, or you can actually have one set up for 3 years so you do not have continually to renew it. Contact the office in Spanish Springs and they will help you do everything.
Go to the Spanish Springs office for the yearly pass. It will cost $50 each year and is a paper type pass. Go to the office at Lake Sumter Landing above Johnny Rocket's for the three-year pass. The entrance is in the passageway to the parking lot by Starbucks. This is a blue plastic pass with picture and, I believe, costs $25.
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Just curious on how the over 55 requirement works in the villages. 20% of the homes can be occupied by residences(all) under 55 so do you just apply for a waiver or do they have requirements you have to meet in order to get a waiver?
Have been told that the %ages are verified by keeping a tally according to IDs that are issued since the ID application requires providing birth dates.
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Just curious on how the over 55 requirement works in the villages. 20% of the homes can be occupied by residences(all) under 55 so do you just apply for a waiver or do they have requirements you have to meet in order to get a waiver?
This is the most misunderstood thing that I've ever heard of in my life. People who know keep posting it and yet misinformation is prevalent.

The law states that in order to qualify as an "Over 55" or retirement community at least 80% OF THE HOMES must be occupied BY AT LEAST ONE PERSON over the age of 55. That's it.

There is no 20% requirement or 80% of the population requirement.
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Just curious on how the over 55 requirement works in the villages. 20% of the homes can be occupied by residences(all) under 55 so do you just apply for a waiver or do they have requirements you have to meet in order to get a waiver?
There are no age restrictions on resale homes.
80-20 is much talked about......not a reality....and I would not guess in which direction.

No monitoring/no enforcement/no problem.
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There are no age restrictions on resale homes.
80-20 is much talked about......not a reality....and I would not guess in which direction.

No monitoring/no enforcement/no problem.
Oh, it is monitored. HUD requires the community to provide updates bi-annually. If The Villages is found to be outside the parameters it will lose it's status as an age restricted community forever. It would't be long after that before we would have families with small children moving in.
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