@Jason Lavender I have absolutely no experience or knowledge really on this topic, but with that said, I think it could be tricky mixing this type of property class with a profit in mind. You've eluded to the fact that it's been done before, and I do not doubt that. Personally, it just seems that some things may be better left untouched by investors - and this seems like one of them.
I would think the pressure to crank out a positive cash flow or ensure you're making a profit could conflict with the goal and intention of providing the folks with a well-suited and safe environment.
Hopefully someone with extensive experience will chime in and give you a more appropriate response to your questions - I'm interested in at least learning more about this subject.
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