Mainlands Five Residents are governed by Florida Statute SS720, County and City Ordinances and Mainlands Five Deed Restrictions, Bylaws and Rules and Regulations, all of which dictate the behavior of our residents as it applies to their property. Our Deed Restrictions, Bylaws and Rules and Regulations constitute our Governing Documents.
Mainlands Five aggressively enforces all the provisions of the Governing Documents. We strongly suggest that your read these documents and familiarize yourselves with their provisions prior to purchasing property in Mainlands Five. You may open these documents by clicking on the links below.
All prospective residents of Mainlands Five need to go through a screening process. Each prospective resident must complete an Application, and comply with all requirements of our governing documents and with all requirements of the Screening Committee. It is imperative that you familiarize yourself with our governing documents and our rules and regulations. You may obtain those documents from the Seller or download them from this page.
A personal interview will be scheduled, after which. at the sole discretion of the Board, a Certificate of Approval will be issued.
This process takes about 10 days and you will need the Certificate of Approval to close your transaction
Mainlands Five has a beautiful Clubhouse and an exceptional heated pool. In order to properly maintain the Recreational Facilities, each household is assessed a monthly Maintenance Fee. All Maintenance accounts must be brought current prior to the closing of any transaction.
There is a $50.00 fee for Estoppel Information. You must send your form in pdf format to the link below. Send the $50.00 check by US mail.