Looking for deed restricted mobile home communities in south Florida?
If so great care should be taken to identify those that are "land lease" situations as opposed to owning the land. There seems to be any number of these arrangements that tenants are paying huge monthly fees($700+) for parking their mobile home on the site and using the community amenities.
Your best and most reliable resource for identifying potential property locations and considerations would be via using the services of a local real estate professional.
If you are looking for lot rent mobile home communities then you work directly through the sales office of that particular community. You can search for those mobile homes on the Mobile Home Village web site at: http://www.mhvillage.com.
Tammy Hayes, Realtor
RE/MAX Palm Realty
We're unaware of any site that claims to maintain currency with regard to "deed restrictions" by types of communities throughout the entire State of Florida.
Most mobile home communities in our local area have "rules and regulations" with which residents are required to comply, particularly those in which the residents do not take title to the land on which their unit is located; we presume this to be the case in most counties since the statutes applicable to real estate are generally enacted and enforced at the state level.
We suggest you identify a RealtorÂ® with knowledge of the mobile home communities in those areas in which you have interest and rely on their expertise to identify communities that meet your specific criteria.
Good luck with your search!