Are you a Renter or Landlord in River Plantation?
Welcome to River Plantation. Here are some frequently asked questions:
Q: If I purchase a home in the community, is there any restrictions about renting it out?
A: Yes. These restrictions are listed in Article VI, Section 36 of the governing documents. Here is a link for the specific section: RPHOA Leasing Rules.
Q: Is there any requirements when renting my home out?
A: Yes. If you are renting your home out, the following documents must be submistted to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Application for Lease must be signed by the Tenant and Homeowner (or legal representative) and submitted with the $200.00 application fee (See www.river-plantation.com/documents right column)
- Copy of the Lease showing expiration date and all adult tenants
- Key fob request form if you want access to pool and restrooms (https://river-plantation.com/wp-content/uploads/keyfobrequest.pdf) along with $25 payment per fob.
- $200 fee paid (by check or using TownSq.io under your account) only if this is a new renter or any adults on the lease have changed since the last lease.
Q: Do the Renters have access to the amenities?
A: Yes! The signed application agreeing to abide to the rules along with the signed lease are sufficient to grant access. If the Tenant needs a key fob to the pool and restrooms, it can be purchased for $25. If the landlord or prior tenant give them a fob, it simply needs to be turned on. PLEASE NOTE: your key fob works for the duration of your lease. Upon each renewal, a new copy of your lease needs to be submitted to email@example.com to extend your access (no $200 fee for renewals).
Q: Who is responsible for property HOA violations.
A: Ultimately, the homeowner (Landlord) is always responsible for all violations. Should the home receive a violation for aesthetics, landscaping, nuisance, or any rule, both the homeowner and tenant may receive the notice, however it is the reponsibility of the landlord to cure the violation. If any fines are assessed, it will be placed on the homeowner’s account and collected in accordance with Florida laws from the homeowner. In addition, a violation notice that is ignored can prohibit a tenant from using the amenities until it is resolved.
Q: Can a Renter have pets?
A: Yes! However, as will all rules, the Renter must follow the governing documents as to the quantity and breed. Please see all the governing documents at: www.river-plantation.com/documents