Frequently Asked Questions

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We know you may have some questions about the Palm River Village lifestyle.

Here are some of the questions we most often receive. If you do not see your question or solution, feel free to fill out our Contact Form with your concern!

1. Where can I find the information about the monthly lot fees?

Monthly lot fee information is available by calling our office at 239-597-3639.

2. Are pets allowed at Palm River?

The community prospectus limits pets to emotional support animals.

3. I’m 50 and my husband is 55, can we purchase a home at Palm River Village?

Yes, the primary owner of the home must be at least 55 years of age.

4. What does the Palm River Village lifestyle offer?

Residents have full access to all of the resort-style amenities and sponsored events. There are no HOA fees because everything is included in the monthly lot rent charged to you. Live in the comfort of happy neighbors and your Village management team support.

5.  Is Palm River Village a land lease community

Purchasing within a land-leased community provides you with peace-of-mind that you own your home, yet do not pay any extra taxes associated with the location. This choice helps you purchase a beautiful vacation or year-round home, along with saving money for the future!

6. Do you pay property tax on leased land at Palm River Village?

At Palm River Village, a small pass-through property tax is included in your monthly lot rental fee.

7. Can I rent my home?

You can rent your home but need the operator’s written permission before entering a site agreement. Renters do not need to comply with terms and conditions set within the agreement, and ultimately signed by the homeowner. These include, but are not limited to: Caring for the premises, report any repair or maintenance needs, paying utility bills promptly, no illegal acts on the premises, and not interfering with the comfort and privacy of neighbors.

8. Is there an HOA?

There is no community ownership-run HOA at Palm River Village. There may be an independent resident HOA group that organizes and runs a number of activities and events in addition to community sponsored activities.

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