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Old 01-20-2020, 08:43 AM
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Can someone please verify the child over 19 can live here statement. I’m not aware of that, I thought I bought In a 55 or older community. I did Hear they can use the pool with out being with an adult but nothing about being able to move in.
I know a few families who's disabled adult child lives with them. As long as the child is 19 or older, no problem.

In a 55 and over community like The Villages, just 80% of residents need to be over age 55. So 20% can be age 19 - 54. It is monitored via your ID card.
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Old 01-20-2020, 08:46 AM
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Housing-55 & Older Communities — Florida Commission on Human Relations

https://static1.squarespace.com/stat...l+DOC_7770.PDF

HOPA states that the
minimum standard to obtain housing for
persons who are 55 years of age or older
status is that ‘‘at least 80%’’ of the
occupied units be occupied by persons
55 years or older. There is no
requirement that the remaining 20% of
the occupied units be occupied by
persons under the age of 55, nor is there
a requirement that those units be used
only for persons where at least one
member of the household is 55 years of
age or older. Communities may decline
to permit any persons under the age of
55, may require that 100% of the units
have at least one occupant who is 55
years of age or older, may permit up to
20% of the occupied units to be
occupied by persons who are younger
than 55 years of age, or set whatever
requirements they wish, as long as ‘‘at
least 80%’’ of the occupied units are
occupied by one person 55 years of age
or older, and so long as such
requirements are not inconsistent with
the overall intent to be housing for older
persons.
The final regulation retains the
provision that a unit occupied by a
person or persons as a reasonable
accommodation to the disability of an
occupant need not be counted in
meeting the 80% requirements. This
provision ensures that a community or
facility seeking to authorize the
reasonable accommodation for a
resident who, because of a disability,
requires an attendant, including family
members under the age of 18, residing
in a unit in order for that person to
benefit from the housing will not have
its exemption adversely affected by
permitting the accommodation. The
authority for this provision arises under
the Act’s requirement that reasonable
accommodations be provided to persons
with disabilities.
Although occupancy by a person
under the age of 55 who inherits a unit
or a surviving spouse who is younger
than 55 years of age are the original
examples cited by Congress in justifying
the original 80/20 split, HUD does not
consider these to be the only
appropriate uses of the flexibility
provided by the up to 20% allowed by
the exemption, nor are protections for
those groups required. HUD believes
that the appropriate use of the 20%, if
any, is at the discretion of the
community or facility and does not
intend to impose more specific
requirements in this area. For example,
a community could allow some
percentage of its units, up to 20%, to be
made available to persons over the age
of 50, and, as long as the overall intent
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You did not buy in a 55 and older community. By law a certain percentage of residents can be under the age of 55
The law is a retirement community can allow up to 20% under 55 years old to live there if they wish. If they go over 20% under 55 years they can no longer be considered a retirement community. However, retirement communities can allow zero people to live there under 55 years old. Many communities right around here do not allow anyone to live there unless they are 55 years or older.
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Resale homes have no age restrictions!!

If we wanted to check the status the percentages who is in charge of keeping records of what age people bought what, where? Who moved in when they moved out? Etc?
(Just kidding....we all know it does not exist)....nobody knows and most don't care.
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Can someone please verify the child over 19 can live here statement. I’m not aware of that, I thought I bought In a 55 or older community. I did Hear they can use the pool with out being with an adult but nothing about being able to move in.
Call the standards office and get correct info. Yes over 18. Neighborhood pools are over 30 with owner or guests ID. Rec pools and family pools anyone with ID. Priority pools, residents with membership to priority and their ID guests, any age.
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It all depends on how the deed restrictions and covenants are written.
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Good to see them come and good to see them go.
I smile when they come & smile bigger when they leave.
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I agree. Nothing against kids, but we moved here specifically for peace and quiet. There is absolutely nothing wrong with what you’re saying.
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If we wanted to check the status the percentages who is in charge of keeping records of what age people bought what, where? Who moved in when they moved out? Etc?
(Just kidding....we all know it does not exist)....nobody knows and most don't care.
The age guidelines are monitored via the Villages ID card that we all have. Its the card you use to get into the rec centers and show when you play golf. They know who owns every house, your age, and if you rent your home.
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Let it go. As long as nothing is happened to hurt you or someone else. This is America! We are free to do anything as long as we like, as long as it does not hurt anyone. Again, let it go!

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Yeah, let it go so TV can gradually go ‘to hell in a hand basket’. Who cares?
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Let it go. As long as nothing is happened to hurt you or someone else. This is America! We are free to do anything as long as we like, as long as it does not hurt anyone. Again, let it go!

You forgot your smiley...…..oh, you were serious?
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Yes, 19+ can live here. So say, owners, 60, children 40, grands 20, all can live in the home. But I thought there was a limit to how many resident passes per house, though I may be wrong? 55+ communities retain that status as long as 80% of owners (only 1 is needed in the home) are 55. Supposed to be 30+ to use adult and sports pools.
No one in the home needs to be 55. It’s the law a percentage can be under 55, and the developer has those numbers. Up to Four people can have resident passes, per home. Any number can have guest passes.
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Up to Four people can have resident passes, per home. Any number can have guest passes.
Thank you! I wondered how many people can hold resident passes per home.

Any number from a particular home can be provided guest passes...WOW, can that be abused!
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