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Old 04-08-2017, 04:05 PM
 
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My husband and I will be moving to Naples this summer (June 2017) and are looking into housing options. I will be working in North Naples (near Immokalee and 41) and would ideally not like to commute very far. We've been looking into apartments in the area (ARIUM, Alvista, Belvedere, River Reach, etc.) but the online reviews are so mixed that we aren't sure what to think. We have a dog and our budget is around $1500/month so we realize our options are limited. We would love any area, apartment, condo, etc. recommendations! Thanks!
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Old 04-08-2017, 08:34 PM
 
Location: Naples, Fl.
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GOOGLE THESE ADDRESSES (Good Luck!

3430 SACRAMENTO WAY NAPLES, FL 34105 $1500 (Dog under 14 lbs)
811 94TH AVE N NAPLES, FL 34108 $1,400 (dog with approval)
908 PLYMOUTH ROCK DR NAPLES, FL 34110 $1,250 (must be 40 years of age or older, dog with approval)
1200 RESERVE WAY NAPLES, FL 34105 $1300 FURNISHED (Dog with approval)
7950 PRESERVE CIR #812 NAPLES, FL 34119 $1295 (dog with approval)
7940 PRESERVE CIR #911 NAPLES, FL 34119 $1500 (dog with approval)
5300 ANDOVER DR #102 NAPLES, FL 34110 $1500 (off season only, April through Oct 15th-small dog with approval)
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Old 04-09-2017, 06:20 AM
 
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How can someone enforce "must be 40 years of age or older"?
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Old 04-09-2017, 07:48 AM
 
Location: Naples, Fl.
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How can someone enforce "must be 40 years of age or older"?
https://www.after55.com/blog/under-5...-plus-housing/

No Age Protection in Fair Housing Act
If you and your partner or roommate are not old enough to live in a specific retirement community, you may think it’s unfair. You may feel you’re being discriminated against. Usually, you aren’t.

Under the Fair Housing Act of 1968, homebuyers and renters cannot be discriminated against because of their:

Race
Color
Gender
National Origin
Religion
Familial Status
Disability
However, age is not protected under the federal Fair Housing Act. Therefore, developers can set limits on who can buy or rent their properties based on how old they are.
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Old 04-09-2017, 07:53 AM
 
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Naples is nice but very boring. The roads are a mess in the winter months. Only a couple options for north south travel. Summers are a little hotter than the east coast. Nicer calm beaches. Most communities are gated except some older areas.
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Old 04-10-2017, 04:35 AM
 
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https://www.after55.com/blog/under-5...-plus-housing/

No Age Protection in Fair Housing Act
If you and your partner or roommate are not old enough to live in a specific retirement community, you may think it’s unfair. You may feel you’re being discriminated against. Usually, you aren’t.

Under the Fair Housing Act of 1968, homebuyers and renters cannot be discriminated against because of their:

Race
Color
Gender
National Origin
Religion
Familial Status
Disability
However, age is not protected under the federal Fair Housing Act. Therefore, developers can set limits on who can buy or rent their properties based on how old they are.
So this is a 55+ community? Then why "over 40" and not over 55?
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Old 04-10-2017, 07:55 AM
 
Location: Naples, Fl.
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So this is a 55+ community? Then why "over 40" and not over 55?
80/20 RULE

There continues to be confusion concerning what is often referred to as the 80/20 split. HOPA states that the minimum standard to obtain housing for persons who are 55 years of age or older status is that “at least 80%” of the occupied units be occupied by persons 55 years or older. There is no requirement that the remaining 20% of the occupied units be occupied by persons under the age of 55, nor is there a requirement that those units be used only for persons where at least one member of the household is 55 years of age or older. Communities may decline to permit any persons under the age of 55, may require that 100% of the units have at least one occupant who is 55 years of age or older, may permit up to 20% of the occupied units to be occupied by persons who are younger than 55 years of age, or set whatever requirements they wish, as long as “at least 80%” of the occupied units are occupied by one person 55 years of age or older, and so long as such requirements are not inconsistent with the overall intent to be housing for older persons.

55 & Over Housing: What is the 80/20 Rule? | Florida Condo & HOA Legal Blog
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Old 04-10-2017, 10:17 AM
 
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your budget is pretty low for North Naples and those communities aren't stellar. Any commute you do add at least (minimum) 30 mins each way in season. You're looking closer to $1700+ for a decent place that's probably not in North Naples and allows dogs. Which is becoming harder and harder to find and with a price.
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