While walking through the mobile home after closing, I noticed a curious smell. After turning on and off the kitchen sink, everything seemed fine. When I reached the hallway bathroom, I flushed the toilet. The toilet worked fine. It was then I heard the sound.
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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.
In most situations, you will not destroy a deal by not knowing an answer. Still, being caught off guard can make us look silly in front of others.
Beat yourself up over perceived failures? What may first appear to be a disaster can become one of the most fortunate happy mistakes of your career.
Mistakes are inevitable. Still, as prudent investors, we aim for our failures to be minimal and for our successes to be safe, predictable, and substantial.
A defaulting renter can be one of the more costly obstacles you’ll encounter as a landlord. Avoid the hassle by learning the warning signs!
Just closed on a mobile home? Make sure to bookmark this article as a checklist of steps you MUST complete after you purchase!
Human beings can sometimes be predictable. Common mistakes are common for a reason. Whether you are a future mobile home owner or newer mobile home investor there are common pitfalls to look out for along the way to mobile home ownership. Take the time to learn from the mistakes of others to prevent duplicating the same mistakes in your next few use mobile home purchases. Below is a list of 5 common mistakes used mobile home buyers commit
Investing in mobile homes can be highly profitable — or a major financial mistake. Make SMART investing decisions by avoiding these mistakes!
There are many reasons a mobile home owner might need to move out of a park or to other land. Here’s how that affects those in the mobile home marketplace.
Many mobile home sellers have no idea they’re making these mistakes — yet they’re often costly. Decrease stress and increase profits by avoiding these.
If you’re thinking about getting into mobile home investing, one of the first things you’ll want to do is gauge the competition in your market. Here’s how!
Over the last few years I’ve been trying to keep track of the responses received when strangers or new people learn that I am an active mobile home investor. Below is a list of the most popular things people say when I tell them, I am a mobile home investor.