do I have to be a senior to buy a home in senior park in Natomas?

Asked by Dede, Sundance Lake, Sacramento, CA Fri Jul 6, 2012

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Dewey Textor, , Sacramento, CA
Tue Jul 10, 2012
At least one of the residents must be a senior, 55 or over. While others residents in the same home may not have to be 55, there still are age restrictions on them as well. It is important that you check with the park management to be sure that you are in compliance with their regualtions. Almost all parks require that you complete a residency application. You must do this before you complete the purchase of a home. Be aware that credit may also be one of the things that is checked as well as age.
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Teri Andrews…, Agent, Auburn, CA
Sat Jul 7, 2012
Yes one person needs to be a "senior" some parks the age is 55, some 50, check with the parks managers for details. You may also want to ask for a copy of the rules for any other restrictions or qualifications. Many of the parks have income requirements too, again your best bet is to talk with the park manager to make sure you qualify for the park and the unit you are looking at can stay. (once in awhile the older units have to be moved out, so you want to check before you buy)

If you can come up the hill and need an all ages park there is a nice smaller one in Loomis on Walnut Ave, Sierra Gateway.
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Patrick O'Ha…, Agent, Citrus Heights, CA
Fri Jul 6, 2012
Yes there is an age restriction. In this park, at least one purchaser has to be over
55 years old.
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