Village Grande at Camelot Chooses mem property management

Village Grande at Camelot

We are very excited to have been chosen as the new property management company for the Village Grande at Camelot Homeowners Association and look forward to working with an outstanding and highly engaged HOA board to support this wonderful active adult community

mem property management, a highly-rated property management company in New Jersey was recently chosen as the new property management company for Village Grande at Camelot Homeowners Association in Glassboro, New Jersey in Gloucester County.

Village Grande at Camelot is a 55+ active adult community with 450 single family homes ranging from 1,299 to 2,261 square feet in size, with two bedrooms, two or two-and-a-half bathrooms and an attached two-car garage.

“We are very excited to have been chosen as the new property management company for the Village Grande at Camelot Homeowners Association and look forward to working with an outstanding and highly engaged HOA board to support this wonderful active adult community,” says Martin Laderman, founder and CEO of mem property management in New Jersey.

Village Grande at Camelot has a full-time activities director and The Grande Club features an 18,000 square foot community clubhouse with a card room, billiards room, lounge, library, exercise room, outdoor pool and bocce court.

Thanks to significant improvement in employment, income and public safety, housing prices are rising. 321 Glassboro properties sold in 2016, up 44% year over year. Glassboro is one of the hottest up and coming communities in the Philadelphia metro area. Combining advanced technology infrastructure with a thriving cosmopolitan atmosphere anchored by Rowan University, Glassboro residents are only minutes from downtown Philadelphia and Delaware, as well as some of the best beaches in the Northeast. “Glassboro residents have seen their downtown area enjoy a remarkable renaissance over the past several years and the municipality has ambitions development plans for the next decade and more,” said Matthew K. Laderman, VP of mem property management in New Jersey.

In addition to local attractions, like the South Jersey Museum of American History, the Heritage Glass Museum, the Broadway Theatre of Pitman, and…

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