Westhampton Courts Condominium Association Chooses mem property management

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mem property management, a highly-rated New Jersey property management company, was recently selected as the new property management company for the Westhampton Courts Condominium Association, a 148-unit condominium community of attractive one- and two-bedroom residences in Westampton, New Jersey in Burlington County.

Westhampton Courts Condominium Association

Westhampton Courts Condominium Association Chooses mem property management

We are very excited to have been chosen as the new property management company for the Westhampton Courts Condominium Association and look forward to working with the talented board and supporting this wonderful community.

mem property management, a highly-rated New Jersey property management company, was recently selected as the new property management company for the Westhampton Courts Condominium Association, a 148-unit condominium community of attractive one- and two-bedroom residences in Westampton, New Jersey in Burlington County.

“We are very excited to have been chosen as the new property management company for the Westhampton Courts Condominium Association, and look forward to working with the talented board, and supporting this wonderful community,” says Martin Laderman, founder and CEO of mem property management in New Jersey.

Westhampton Courts residents appreciate the low property taxes, convenient transportation options, and well-regarded local School system. Westhampton Courts offers residents tennis, swimming, and a clubhouse, but for those looking to venture outside the community, there are many things to do in the area. Rancocas State Park, located just a short drive away offers outdoor enthusiasts hiking, biking, fishing, canoeing, and miles of beautiful creek vistas and wildlife viewing opportunities. Deerwood Country Club is a public golf course located only four miles from Westhampton Courts. In addition to an 18-hole golf course, there is an outdoor swimming pool, and tennis courts providing seasonal recreation opportunities for local residents.

There are a wide variety of shopping and dining destinations nearby, and history buffs can enjoy downtown Burlington, only four miles away. Rich in historical architecture, Burlington has 40 notable buildings, including the country’s oldest home, the 1675 Revell House; and the Blue Anchor Inn, which once hosted an arm-wrestling match between Ulysses S. Grant (the town’s most famous resident) and Abraham Lincoln at its bar during Lincoln’s campaign for president.

Westhampton is a 30-minute drive from the state capital of Trenton, and one hour from Atlantic City and Newark International Airport. The close proximity to Philadelphia and easy commuting options to New York City, have helped make Burlington County, the second largest county in New Jersey (after Ocean County), one of the fastest growing and most desirable places to live in New Jersey.

“Westhampton Courts is a family-friendly community with an excellent location that is ideal for commuters looking for an affordable alternative to high-priced suburbs,” says Laderman, “Westhampton Courts is a place anyone would be happy to call home.”

About mem property management

mem property management is a privately held NJ property management company founded by Martin H. Laderman, with the vision to increase property value through solid, experienced management. Since that time, the company has expanded to manage dozens of properties from its New York border to the Jersey Shore and Gold Coast.

mem property management is privileged to serve some of the finest communities throughout New Jersey including many of the major developers and builders as well as communities as diverse as small ocean-front condominiums to large master-planned communities with several hundred homes to age-restricted retirement communities.

To learn more about mem property management corporation, its services or its policies, please visit http://www.memproperty.com/ or call 609-599-2870.

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