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Mobile Home (trailer park) communities in Florida

Hi All,

Looking to retire in  a few years and we are thinking about wintering in Florida. We were thinking about buying a used trailer in a nice 55+ community. Does anyone have any suggestions? Our budget is not huge (<60K). We have found that management is not overly upfront with the monthly HOA. Do you live in a communuity like this that you love? Please let us know.

Kindly,

Ron

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Check out Marion/Sumter County, Florida.  Lots of mobile home parks near The Villages.

 

 

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Ron,

I am not sure of where you want to winter since Florida is a big state! There is a community called Ancient Oaks near Okeechobee, FL. South central FL. It is fairly reasonable (HOA) and fits your budget for a small unit. I know several people who live there, but don't myself. You can get information online that tells more about it. Good luck, there are probably many choices in the state!

Donna

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