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Old 12-15-2017, 07:14 AM
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Where did you find the police records of arrests of Village residents?
You don't. The Sun posts who was arrested, listing where every one arrested lives.
or example "Joe Smith, residing in The Villages, was arrested for shoplifting at Belk's".

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Old 12-15-2017, 07:34 AM
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You might want to look at what TVLSI has been doing. many properties are purchased by investors and they can rent them out to whom they choose. Secondly there are homes purchased by people under 55. we have three neighbors who fit that age range.

Many of the villa's over in fenney were purchased strictly as investment properties. I was told that TVLSI has plans for townhouses multi-family dwellings and condo's ??????????

You have read on these pages and in the other online publications residents who have lamented that the 3rd generation is destroying the original villages's lifestyle concept.

This may be true because what marketing people told buyers in 1999 ...2000....2006....2008....has evolved as TV continued its build out.

Instead of having meaningful, relevant and logical dialogue concerning the preservation of the TV lifestyle some posters defaulted to their defense of TV and TVLSI. This has always been non-productive. so here we are

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Old 12-15-2017, 07:50 AM
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I understand that 2
0% can be under 55. I don't understand how residents under 19 are living here, or, who is keeping track of HUD guidelines, to know how many people are living here, and the Villages promise, to screen everyone living here.
Please read post #3.
There IS NOT A SET percentage that can or cannot LIVE here.
Post #3 sums it up quite well.
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Old 12-15-2017, 10:23 AM
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You might want to look at what TVLSI has been doing. many properties are purchased by investors and they can rent them out to whom they choose. Secondly there are homes purchased by people under 55. we have three neighbors who fit that age range.

Many of the villa's over in fenney were purchased strictly as investment properties. I was told that TVLSI has plans for townhouses multi-family dwellings and condo's ??????????

You have read on these pages and in the other online publications residents who have lamented that the 3rd generation is destroying the original villages's lifestyle concept.

This may be true because what marketing people told buyers in 1999 ...2000....2006....2008....has evolved as TV continued its build out.

Instead of having meaningful, relevant and logical dialogue concerning the preservation of the TV lifestyle some posters defaulted to their defense of TV and TVLSI. This has always been non-productive. so here we are

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Just because you have a lot of "youngsters" living near you doesn't mean that anything has changed or that the "third generation is destroying the original Villages Lifestyle". It probably means that folks near you exited stage right and are playing bridge with St. Peter and new folks have moved in. WHY in the world would anyone destroy a business plan that works so well?

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What Is the 80/20 Rule in Active Adult Communities?
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Old 12-15-2017, 02:17 PM
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I understand that 2
0% can be under 55. I don't understand how residents under 19 are living here, or, who is keeping track of HUD guidelines, to know how many people are living here, and the Villages promise, to screen everyone living here.
My guess is that when folks go to Admin Hdqtrs to get their IDs the info for HUD re age is obtained from those applications.
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Old 12-15-2017, 03:47 PM
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Just a question. I have seen over the last 3 months, police records from all 3 counties, of arrests of Village residents. How is it that, of the 60 or so people arrested, all but a few were under 55, and, some under 19. How could all these underage people be living in the Villages. The police reports say "resident of the Villages", not visitor.
Here we go again. The "rule" is that 80% of the homes must be occupied by at least one person under that age of 55.

That leaves a lot of room for people under age 55 to live here.

It's also illegal for anyone under the age of 19 to live here so that question is a bit more puzzling.

We do have three or four "family" villages that have no age restrictions. I'm guessing that the people who live in those might also be considered Villages residents.
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Old 12-15-2017, 04:02 PM
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Here we go again. The "rule" is that 80% of the homes must be occupied by at least one person under that age of 55.

That leaves a lot of room for people under age 55 to live here.
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Sure does leave a lot of room.............80% under. Never heard that one before.

But again, I'm not a dentist.
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Old 12-15-2017, 04:03 PM
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Sure does leave a lot of room.............80% under. Never heard that one before.

But again, I'm not a dentist.
Freudian slip?
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Old 12-15-2017, 04:05 PM
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Old 12-15-2017, 08:57 PM
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I understand that 2
0% can be under 55. I don't understand how residents under 19 are living here, or, who is keeping track of HUD guidelines, to know how many people are living here, and the Villages promise, to screen everyone living here.
Where did this 'screening process' come from ? Never heard that one before. Only way someone under 19 is living here "legally" is if they have special needs.
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