NORTH LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Many residents at the Pair-A-Dice Senior Mobile Home Park say they were told to leave by June 2nd because the park is being torn down.
"Where are you going to put all the senior citizens who are on a fixed income," said Pair-A-Dice Senior Mobile Home Park resident, David Kille.
Another resident, Sayed Mohammad Sayed has lived in the park for nearly two decades. Over the years, he said he has invested about $20,000 into his home, but says Agora Realty, the company that recently purchased the land is only offering him $3,750 to relocate by June 2nd.
"Now to move from here and not give me the correct money is...
Our thoughts on this story:
“In a statement sent to Channel 13, Agora Realty said they are working proactively to help residents relocate because of the park's closure, but residents believe even with their help it will be nearly impossible to find an affordable place to live.”
Maybe those residents should spread the word to all the other mobile home park residents nationwide as to the importance of all park owners making sufficient profit as to not seek redevelopment.