Thank you for reaching out to us and considering our community as your home. Due to State mandates and CDC guidelines we have canceled all tours until next year. There are different ways to purchase or lease your next home in the Village and the decision you make is unique and personal to suit your needs, and should be made with a realtor. If you do not have a realtor in the area, please perform a Google search using key words “Realtor”, “Laguna Woods”, “92637”. Keep in mind, there are many agents out there and you may want to choose one that is already familiar with buying, selling and leasing in the Village. As a property management company we are not able to make a recommendation for you.
United Laguna Woods Mutual
In a cooperative, residents are members of a corporation which owns all real property, including the dwelling units, carports and laundry facilities within the mutual’s boundaries; each member is entitled to occupy a specific dwelling unit under the terms of a n occupancy agreement. Members are governed by an elected board of directors. As corporate members, each resident enters an occupancy agreement to pay a share of the property taxes, maintenance and other operating expenses. A board of directors, elected by its members, governs affairs of the cooperative mutual. For information on financial qualifications, please click here. To review other documents pertaining to United Mutual, please click here. Homeowners’ monthly assessments start at $601.98 (which includes the property taxes).
Third Laguna Hills Mutual
A condominium owner has an equal interest in common with other owners within the project in the common area, together with separate interest in a unit. The common area consists of building exteriors, carports and laundry facilities within the mutual’s boundaries. The common area is controlled and administered by the Third Laguna Hills Mutual Board of Directors. All condominium owners are required to apply for Membership in the Corporation. As a Member, the owner has rights and privileges including use of the recreational facilities. Each condominium owner is required to pay for the common expenses and contribute to reserves. The common expenses and reserve contributions are established by the Board of Directors. For information on financial qualifications, please click here. To review other documents pertaining to Third Mutual, click here. Homeowners’ monthly assessments start at $652.22. This does not include property taxes.
With both United and Third Mutual water, waste management, landscaping, security, social services, maintenance, facilities, local transportation and basic digital cable services are included in the monthly assessments.
Is managed by a separate property management company, please visit their website that is linked from our homepage here. Homeowners’ monthly assessments start at $2,219.66.
Golden Rain Foundation
GRF is responsible for seven clubhouses, five pools, two fitness centers, the equestrian center and trails, two garden centers, two golf courses, the tennis complex, plus the fine arts and crafts facilities. GRF oversees those important services residents count on: the private bus system, security patrols, gates, Social Services, cable system, roads, parking lots and the maintenance of all common buildings and properties. GRF also oversees Laguna Woods Village’s extensive social and recreational programs. To review documents pertaining to GRF, click here.
At this time we encourage you to open our brochure or preview our virtual tour. There are several floorplans to choose from, please consult with your agent to see what inventory is available. Should you have any other questions, please contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Village Management Services