Buying in Riverwood

Getting Access to Riverwood
 
After purchasing a home in Riverwood there are a few tasks you will need to complete so you can have full access to Riverwood.
 
1. The day you close you will need to turn in the following paperwork to the RCA Office. You will also receive a Riverwood Welcome Packet at this time.
  • A copy of your Warranty Deed
  • Your Resident Information Form - Click HERE for this form
  • Online Voting Consent - Click HERE for this form
*We will not accept these forms without the Warranty Deed.
 
You can drop these off at the office or call us for more information on how to submit these documents.
 
2. Once these documents are entered into our system the guard house will be alerted that there is a new resident. At this time you can stop in at the guard house to get your barcode for you car/s and an ID card to access Riverwood amenities. 
 
The hours for barcodes and ID cards are Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. 

Selling in Riverwood

For Sale Signs
Approved for sale signs are allowed in owners yards. 
 
Open House Signs
Open House signs are allowed on Saturday and/or Sunday from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM. The only approved color for directional signage is green on white and white on green. Uniformed Open House directional signs may be used at the Riverwood entrance and at street corners.
 
Click HERE for rules and policies on signage in Riverwood
 
 
HOA Dues
For any questions regarding HOA Dues please contact Myers, Brettholtz and Company, PA.
 
Myers, Brettholtz & Company, PA
12671 Whitehall Drive
Fort Myers, FL 33907-3626
Phone: (239)939-5775
E-mail: mbcopa@mbcopa.com

Leasing in Riverwood

An Owner has the right to lease his/her property in Riverwood in accordance with the Declaration of Covenants, the Neighborhood Supplemental Declaration and the laws of Charlotte County and the State of Florida.  Prior to the Lessee taking possession of the property, the owner must complete the RCA Lease Notification Form. There is also a $25 processing fee. The owner must also provide the Lessee with copies of the Covenants and Policies and Rules for Riverwood.  Further, the Owner does not have a right to use the Riverwood Facilities during the period of the lessee's occupation of the owner's property.  
 
The covenants in most neighborhoods state that residences may be rented for a one (1) month duration with a maximum number of rentals of 3 times a year. Click here for rental terms by neighborhood. Review your supplemental declarations since renting for periods other than stated may result in Fines.

No vehicle gate passes will be provided until the completion of paperwork and fees have been paid.
 
Tenants do not receive e-mail blasts from our office. You will need to forward those important e-mails to them in a timely manner.