In a July 8 story, the Daily Commercial wrote about how the Residents of Sharp’s Mobile Home Park in Eustis have been living a life of uncertainty since March when the city announced the park was being sold to make way for the Eustis Lake Club. According to Jacqueline Husebo, spokeswoman for Husebo Marketing who represents the developer and builder, residents will be given the required six-months notice. Here's what Facebook users had to say:

"Unfortunately when you rent vs. own the owner own's and can sell the property. Notice was given to the renters from what I've read in other stories. Costly to move but an owner has legal power to enforce." — Stephen Turner

"They own the mobile homes, and rent the lot...laws since have passed that these older homes can't be accepted and moved into a mobile home park as they are older and don't pass mobile home placement qualifications..its horrible!!!!" — Lori Fawcett

"I’m sure Morgan and Morgan is watching this carefully, one wrong move and a class action lawsuit will happen along with an emergency court order blocking it." — Steven Bradley

"Remember the rental contracts are legal documents.Have an attorney look at them. Good luck Orange County is absorbing Lake County and rent is shooting up like a rocket ship to mars!" — Richard Province

"It's all there in the article. Sale has not closed, when it does they will be given 6-month eviction notice and 6k in assistance from the state." — John Scott

"They will only get that if they have a double wide and they move it! Which most probably can’t because of the age of the homes. If they are older than 1984 they can’t be moved. Per city or county laws. Unless they plan on ignoring those rules for just those individuals. I don’t see that happening! Do you? So they’ll end up with between$1300-$2200 estimated. Paid to them by the state." — Lisa Bolton Cousino

"But they have to pay some of that money back and that's not right. I have a friend that lives there. What are these people going to do? The article also said that if they choose to abandon their homes they would get like $1,600 for a single wide, $2,200 for a double wide and if they choose to bring their home with them they would get a certain amount for a single wide and a certain amount for a double wide. Not everybody is going to get $6,000. That was my understanding when I read the article." — Linda Snell

"It cost alot of money to move." — Colleen Lovett Fulcher

"I don't know who these negative people are but I do know if there elderly parents were in that situation I bet they wouldn't b so uncaring !!!!!" — Barbara Warrick

"The city of Eustis says they have no responsibility for the residents, but I think they have a moral responsibility to helpnthese people. I'll be praying for all involved." — Patricia Carol Smith Nation

"This is how it's going down ... once the park closes sale in August and eviction letters arrive, I'm not signing my title to anyone period. I will move out per eviction notice. Then, my lawyer will pursue compensation for my mobile home without applying to the state and compensation for moving expenses." — Carolyn Osborne

"So don't wait. Move now!" — Shannon Elliott-Oliver