The January 2021 Mobile Home Park Investing Newsletter

Mobile Home Park Mastery Podcast: Episode 181 - Celebrating The Builders

Dale is an 87-year old contractor that made affordable housing possible for nearly 70 families for the past half-century. An innovator. A visionary. A pioneer. And a hero. In this Mobile Home Park Mastery podcast, we’re going to celebrate the Greatest Generation figures like Dale that built our industry from scratch and created the only form of detached, non-subsidized housing in America.

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Abraham Tours One of His Recently Purchased Parks

In this video, Abraham gives us a personal tour of one of his properties. Abraham is bringing old mobile home parks back to life one community at a time, and this video demonstrates the impact this has on America.

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Mobile Home Park Mastery Podcast: Episode 180 - It's All In The Jobs

America is changing but virtually nobody is following the big news story. The winners and losers in this transition are readily apparent, but only if you cut through the fake news and wrong conclusions that protect those that the media want to coddle. We simply have become a nation devoted to creating lower-paying jobs. And this groundswell in employment change is fueling one of the biggest booms in affordable housing history.

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Mobile Home Park Mastery Podcast: Episode 179 - Stanford University’s Megatrend List and the Impact on Mobile Home Parks

Megatrends are seismic shifts in society that fuel strong business gains if properly anticipated and harvested. Stanford University’s bulletin has recently released a list of their projected megatrends and it creates some interesting observations on how mobile home parks are aligned with these powerful forces.

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The New Golden Age of Mobile Home Parks

In the 1950s and 1960s, mobile home parks were the hottest sector of real estate. The demographics of mobile home park residents was higher than stick-built dwellings. Elvis lived in a mobile home park in two movies. Frank Lloyd Wright designed a mobile home prototype

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Mobile Home Park Mastery Podcast: Episode 178 - What If Johnny Appleseed Owned A Trailer Park?

What are big and green and equally loved and hated by mobile home park owners? The answer, of course, are trees. On the one hand they have beneficial effects both aesthetically and scientifically, and on the other they cause clutter, danger and utility line issues.

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How We Sold 11 Homes On The First Business Day Of 2021

Selling 11 homes on the first business day of 2021 is quite an accomplishment. But many park owners are similarly having the highest level of demand in industry history. And we didn’t get those 11 sold in just one “hot” property but spread out about evenly across five states: Texas, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin and Kansas. So what’s with all the demand out there for mobile homes?

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Mobile Home Park Mastery Podcast: Episode 177 - Why Parks May Be The Most Valuable Land In Any City

Mobile home parks may just sit on the most valuable piece of land in any city they serve. A bold statement? Not when you understand the rarely-discussed value of holding the key to infinite zoning. In this Mobile Home Park Mastery podcast we’re going to explore the amazing land value and potential that virtually all mobile home parks possess and give real-life case studies to support this argument.

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