All homes in Hacienda Village are owned by residents. Residents have a choice when moving into Hacienda Village:
1.) Residents may purchase a share in Hacienda Village Co-op Inc. for $32,500. A share includes part ownership of all assets plus a 99-year proprietary lease to a site for their manufactured home.
2.) Residents may rent a site from Hacienda Village Co-op Inc.
3.) What are the average monthly costs to live in Hacienda Village?
a. Shareholders pay a monthly fee to maintain common areas and assets, including trash pick-up: $172.
b. Rent (if resident does not own a share): $461 (includes maintenance and site rent).
c. Water & Sewer: about $25 (depending on usage).
d. Electricity: about $100 (depending on usage).
e. Taxes: Low mileage rates in Seminole County (Florida has a $25,000 homestead exemption). Note:A new home will have higher taxes.
f. Lawn & Yard Care: owner provided or about $30 from multiple vendors.
g. Cable TV, Internet and Phone: multiple competitive sources. A bundled package with TV, Internet & Phone is usually between $100-$200, depending on options.
4.)Utilities serving Hacienda Village residents:
Electric Power – Duke Energy at https://www.duke-energy.com/home
Water & Sewer – provided by Hacienda Village Co-op Inc. (each home has it’s own water meter)
Trash – provided by Hacienda Village Co-op Inc.