Conklin, NY — Since Teton took over property management at Fountain Bleau Court Mobile Home Community in Broome County, NY at the end of September, the park is seeing multiple improvements in infrastructure in a short period of time. First on the list was illuminating the property’s streetlights, which hadn’t been in service for over ten years. Next, a brand new, state-of-the-art septic system was installed. “These are huge undertakings, but essential to quality of life, and our residents are responding very positively,” stated George C. Whaling, Owner & CEO of Teton Management. “A simple thing like turning on the streetlights makes all the difference in the world. Proper lighting makes for a safer environment for the families who make their homes in this community.”
Teton’s mission when acquiring new properties is always to stabilize and improve. Adding multiple mobile home communities to the Teton portfolio over the past few months, the objective has been to be sure each park is a well-managed, clean, safe, family-friendly environment for our residents.
To that end, demolition has already been completed on several uninhabitable homes that had challenged the natural beauty of this quiet, tree-lined community. In addition, any overgrown trees that had become dangerous were also either trimmed or removed. These physical improvements, in combination with Teton’s professional and responsive management, have been the key to quickly turning a forgotten community into one that is attracting new residents.
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Erin O’Brien, Marketing
PHOTO: Streetlights illuminated.
PHOTO: New septic system installed.
PHOTO: Uninhabitable homes demolished.
PHOTO: Tree Removal
PHOTO: First New Home Placed