Thinking of moving to Leisure World of Maryland?
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What is a Leisure World of Maryland Mutual?
When Leisure World was originally established in 1964, the term “mutual” was the word given by the original developer for each of the housing associations within the Leisure World community.
There are 29 mutuals that vary in size and housing style and together form all the neighborhoods within the Leisure World community. There are three kinds of mutuals—one coop, one homeowners association, and the rest are condominium associations.
Each mutual is governed by a board of directors elected annually by the residents of that housing association and controls its own budget and sets its own policies. The mutual board collaborates with a property manager and a mutual assistant to ensure mutual policies are upheld and the expectations of homeowners are met. Representatives appointed by each mutual serve on the community-wide Leisure World Board of Directors.
What is Leisure World Community Corporation?
The Leisure World community is governed by Leisure World Community Corporation (LWCC), a voting body composed of residents, established in 1980. LWCC is commonly referred to as the Leisure World Board of Directors. Responsible for the governance and operations of Leisure World, the LWCC board meets monthly providing leadership to sustain the community. The board has an executive committee and directors who represent each mutual.
What is Leisure World of Maryland Corporation?
Established in 1977, Leisure World of Maryland Corporation (LWMC) is a wholly owned subsidiary of LWCC. Working in collaboration with the board of directors, LWMC is charged with the management of Leisure World and employs our community’s more than 240 full- and part-time staff members. LWMC is helmed by four officers, including a president who serves as general manager of the community. The board appoints the officers of LWMC.
What are Leisure World’s age requirements?
Leisure World of Maryland residents must be aged 55 and older when they close on their home. For couples, at least one person, whose name is on the deed, must be 55. The other must be at least 50. Exceptions to the age restriction may be made in extreme circumstances when an adult child requires the care or guardianship of a parent. Such situations are decided on a case-by-case basis by management in accordance with the mutual.
Homeowners aged 55 and older who desire to live well and live better choose Leisure World of Maryland. Whether you are constantly on the go or seek a more leisurely lifestyle, our convenient location and picturesque environment have broad appeal. Residents enjoy a variety of services and countless amenities in a pet-friendly community with 24-hour security.
The Leisure World gated community is well maintained and offers a variety of natural outdoor settings. Homes are sited throughout the 610-acre campus.
Choice of Home Styles
The selection of home styles and sizes include hi-rise and low-rise buildings, patio homes, townhomes, and single-family homes offer a variety of living styles and pricing. Prices range from $60,000 to more than $700,000.
Convenient Amenities and Services
Amenities include two clubhouses, restaurants, an 18-hole championship golf course, a fitness center, two pools, tennis courts, and MedStar Health medical center. Leisure World Plaza Shopping Center is just outside the main gate. Leisure World is maintenance free.
For more information or to schedule a private tour of Leisure World of Maryland:
Contact Barbara Michaluk, Realtor and Authorized Leisure World Specialist Phone 240-506-2434 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Barbara Michaluk, Realtor
Email: email@example.com / Web: BarbaraSellsMDhomes.com
Authorized Leisure World Specialist / Senior Real Estate Specialist /
Internet Marketing Specialist / Certified E-Pro / Certified Staging Agent
Weichert Realtors / 3816 International Dr / Silver Spring, MD 20906