It may not come to any surprise to hear that mobile home sellers and manufactured home sellers are quite different…
Author John Fedro
Can you talk the talk? If you’re an active mobile home investor, be sure to add this lesser known terminology to your vocabulary!
The mobile home niche is a great way to invest in real estate — IF you avoid these common errors many newbies fall prey to!
The exterior of any mobile home you purchase should ideally be aesthetically pleasing to your buyer and should absolutely be safe and weather-tight. Below is a short list of common areas you will find exterior repairs needed concerning many used mobile homes.
Many mobile homes need some repairs, and some mobile homes need many repairs. Below is a short list of common areas you will find repairs needed concerning many used mobile homes.
In today’s article we will be discussing 3 misconceptions that should help unburden your worries if you are inexperienced concerning manufactured home repairs. In this three-part series on evaluating Mobile Home Repairs we will be discussing common interior and exterior repairs, as well as uncovering hidden problems that may cause you time, capital, and anxiety if overlooked.
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.
As seasoned real estate investors we can typically grasp if a local real estate opportunity is a “good deal”. However during the course of your due diligence and pre-closing process you, the investor, can possibly sabotage yourself and your investing business without the slightest idea of doing so. Below is a short list of verbal and situational clues to keep aware of while investing logically.
The modern manufactured home is a mansion and technological wonder compared to generations past. Safer construction, wireless capabilities, and an eco-friendly footprint are only a few of the improvements manufactured homes are making. Today’s manufactured homes are certainly not your grandfather’s mobile homes. Below is a brief outline of how today’s manufactured homes came to be…
Why would any rational real estate investor waste his or her resources buying and selling used mobile homes? Below we take a look at even more areas to be concerned with while investing in used mobile homes inside pre-existing mobile home parks.
The present-moment is a very powerful thing. You are confident and committed that this year will be different; this is the year your specific goals will be reached and you will personally be helping many local buyers and sellers in and around your area. While all these things can, and very well should happen, it is important to remember that your real estate investing business is a journey with twists and turns, both expected and unexpected. Below are a few examples of temporary things while real estate investing.
Below is a list of the few properties that have nearly tricked me into purchasing them under false pretenses and potentially leading to a great deal of stress and lost money. Learn from these examples and aim to perform all due diligence accurately and in a timely manner.
While these homes can absolutely be a tremendous value and profit, there is of course proper due diligence always be done before pulling the trigger on any deal. Below are a few things to consider before purchasing or investing in any vacant mobile home inside a pre-existing park or attached to its own private land.