While this article will not discuss a script or technique to introduce yourself, I’ll be aiming to provide an understanding of what to accomplish before, during, and after dealing with mobile home park managers.
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There are some types of mobile home parks that you’ll see over and over again as an investor — and some will cause you a LOT more headaches than others.
A mobile home park manager and you want the same goals and outcomes for the mobile home community. The park management and you both want to fill the park up with nice quality homes, keep all homes in the park, want qualifying hard-working buyers in those homes, and want to pay lot rent every single month. Any park manager in his or her right mind should love working with you or receiving your help on a regular basis. The list below discusses the 4 main reasons a mobile home community manager may not want you in his or her mobile home park.
Why will many park managers help you? Not all park managers will instantly welcome you into their community with open arms, however the vast majority of community managers will be open to the possibility of working with you and giving you a chance to invest in an individual mobile home inside their community.
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Most investors that buy, hold and/or resell mobile homes typically will do so concerning mobile homes on owner-occupied land or inside of a preexisting mobile home park with rented land. In this article we will be discussing the latter type of mobile home.