A useless couple’s reverse mortgage has come again to hang-out neighbors in The Villages.
The house at 1001 Soledad Means within the Village of Hacienda was the topic of a public listening to Friday earlier than the Group Improvement District 1 Board of Supervisors at Savannah Middle.
James and Suzanne Parker purchased the house in 2004 for $330,000. They’re each deceased and there’s a reverse mortgage on the house, in response to info supplied on the listening to by Group Requirements.
A grievance was obtained Could 22 for overgrown grass and weeds, resulting in the general public listening to.
The board discovered the property in violation of deed compliance and granted seven days for the property to be introduced again into compliance. If not, a collection of fines will likely be imposed and the District will start to keep up the property.