The 2016 Affordable Housing Summit featured 18 speakers discussing new trends for 2016 in the various sectors of the mobile home park industry. Predictions for 2016 regarding finding a park, evaluating a park, conducting diligence on a park, financing a park, the legal side of closings on a park, maximizing net income on a park, using modern technology for management, mastering water billing and selling for the highest price were all addressed at the Summit. Even one good idea would be worth ten to one hundred times the cost of the Summit ticket – and many people came away with dozens.
If you missed the live event, you can still get a copy of the recordings. It’s about 8 hours long and costs just $99. If you were to call and talk to these 18 folks directly, it would cost you $4,000+. If you want to start 2016 off on the right foot, then you definitely want to make the Summit a part of your intelligence gathering for the year, to help you make the right strategic decisions.
Here is the list of recordings you will be able to view and download instantly.
Introduction: Frank Rolfe
Maximizing Park NOI: Dave Reynolds
Interview: Anthony DiMarco
Interview: Jonathon McClellan
Insurance Challenges: Kurt Kelley
Rehabbing 101: Randy Dailey
Working with a Broker: Joanne Stevens
Maximizing Appraisals: Erik Hanson
The Legal Side of Closings: David DiMarco
Industry Economics: Charles Becker of Duke University
New Park Marketing Techniques: David Graham
Taming Community Water: Brad Rymer
Technology Tools For Park Management: Brandon Reynolds
Industry Challenges: Tim Williams CEO of 21st Mortgage & Chairman of MHI
Filling Vacant Lots with New Homes: Clayton & 21st Mortgage
Environmental Issues: Mike Renz
Final Summary: Frank Rolfe