You should never allow a seller to remain in their mobile home after closing, right? Here’s why that “never” rule can be bent sometimes.
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Looking to find mobile deals out of state? If you want the process to go smoothly and the investment to be worthwhile, take these items into consideration.
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.
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.
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.
Using short videos of your mobile homes is a great way to weed out flakey buyers and advertise your properties. Learn the whole process here!
It may not come to any surprise to hear that mobile home sellers and manufactured…
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 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.
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 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.