Age, deed restricted housing options grow in popularity (PA)

Age-restricted or deed-restricted communities are a form of homeownership that has been popular for several decades in Sunbelt states like Florida, Arizona and California. Deed-restricted communities use governing documents created by the developers to outline what is and is not permitted. By purchasing a home there, all buyers — current and future — agree to abide by the governing documents.     Read more……..


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