RHP Properties Purchases 50 Communities in Three States

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RHP Properties, the largest private owner and operator of manufactured home communities in the U.S., has acquired 50 communities, including 41 communities in Wisconsin, seven in Minnesota, and two in Michigan.

It plans to add more than 500 new manufactured homes to the new addition in the portfolio during the next five years, the company stated. 

“This acquisition will make a difference for thousands of Midwest families, seniors, and others feeling the squeeze of today’s housing market,” RHP Properties CEO Ross Partrich said. “By growing our portfolio and delivering 500 new homes we are reinforcing a central part of our mission to offer homes people can afford in safe, community-focused, and well-managed environments.”

RHP said it plans to spend about $7.5 million in the first 18 months of ownership on utility upgrades, roadwork, and amenity upgrades, such as playgrounds and parks to improve infrastructure and lifestyle.

“We recognize all that Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Michigan have to offer,” Partrich said. “Wisconsin’s commitment to economic development and its recent infrastructure investment positions cities across the state for a strong job market, and we’re excited to invest and participate in communities where residents have the opportunity to thrive.”

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