Valencia communities in South Florida and Valencia homes for sale Boynton Beach, Delray Beach, and Lake Worth. For the Upscale 55 plus home buyer! Stephanie Kaufman has you covered.
Valencia communities feature a variety of amenities for the sought-after lifestyle in an active adult neighborhood. Here is a list of the features you can expect in any of these properties:
Theater for Many Lectures and Events
Resort Pools and Resistance Pools
Indoor or Outdoor Cafe (Full Restaurant and Bar in Newer Communities)
Fitness Centers, classes and Classrooms
Arts and Crafts
Soooo many Social Clubs
Newer Homes With Impact-Resistant Glass and Windows and Some Natural Gas
There are 10 Valencia South Florida communities with many Valencia resales to choose from!
The 10th community is Valencia SOUND and now under construction.
Allow me to find You the best Valencia South Florida home and community.
If you are looking at building a new Valencia home, contact me first! I will guide you to the right choices in floor plan, lot and options
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Valencia Homeowners’ Association dues vary.
Valencia communities can cover the maintenance of the common areas, security, clubhouse, facilities, the painting of the exterior of your home and landscaping, amenities, cable TV or Internet access. You will be charged fees for those services on a monthly, quarterly, or yearly HOA basis.
If you are buying a Valencia home in a new subdivision where homes are still under construction, the developer still controls the homeowners’ association (HOA). The turnover happens when control of the HOA is given to the resident owners and when 90% of the units in a community have sold and closed.
As required by the state of Florida, the developer is still responsible for maintaining the public aspects of the community (streets, common areas, and more) and carrying out the duties of creating a budget and setting HOA dues accordingly until the turnover occurs.