If you live ina mobile home park, can you form a homeowners association?

Own home; rent lot.

Asked on December 8, 2011 under Real Estate Law, Florida


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Answered 8 years ago | Contributor

Good question. Owners of mobile hoimes in the mobile home park can form a homeowner's association. If the mobile home owners actually own the land that their mobile home sits upon, there is even more reason for the formation of a homeowners association.

There needs to be a basis and purpose for the formation of the association. The best way to get the process moving is to get a rough number of people who want to be members and discuss its purpose. After that is done and if there is enough interested people, then you should consult with an attorney that has created such associations to assist you and the people who want to join.

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