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Say no to SB 818 AND SB998 that are terrible for homeowners in Florida Statute 723 communities.
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I STRONGLY OPPOSE SB 818 sponsored by Senator Ed Hooper, (R-Clearwater), and SB998 sponsored by Senator Hutson
The FMHA has filed a terrible anti-homeowner bill!! (Senate Bill 818) that is very alarming to homeowners and will negatively impact our standard of living. Many of us are retired or unable to move and we need affordable housing.
When we chose a mobile/manufactured home community as our lifestyle, the park or community owner made promises about living in his park. This anti-homeowner bill basically gives the park owner permission to ignore many of the promises and guarantees he made and that we are paying for. There are so many upsetting parts to this bill and these are just a few of them:
This bill will cause so much upheaval and unhappiness. We have more faith in the Legislature than to let this happen to our Seniors, Veterans, and all those of us living on fixed incomes.
We also encourage legislators to reinstate the tradition of requiring Bills involving Mobile and Manufactured home owners renting in parks to be presented only once agreed to by both the FMO and FMHA. That agreement avoids the conflict SB818 presents to all concerned. If we must support a Bill it would be SB1022 put forward by the FMO designed to protect home owners who rent in Mobile and Manufactured Home communities.
PLEASE VOTE NO ON SB 818 AND SB998
PLEASE VOTE YES for SB1022 sponsored by Senator Rouson