Economics and Emergencies Are Pressuring and Perplexing Age-restricted Condominium Communities

The marketing brochure for an “age-restricted” condominium development shows a group of smiling, active seniors obviously enjoying the amenities in a community designed for and limited to people their age. There is no hint of bitter battles like the one that erupted at a Florida condominium when the board moved to evict owners who had won custody of their young granddaughter, because children were not allowed to reside permanently in the “55 and over” community.   Read More……


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