The July 2020 Mobile Home Park Investing Newsletter

Why Sam Zell Is Considered A "Gravedancer" -- And Why That's A Good Investment Strategy

Sam Zell is the largest owner of mobile home parks in the U.S. He’s also been the largest owner of apartments and office buildings. But regardless of the sector, his strategy has always remained to buy assets that are near death and then bring them back to life. Why has this strategy worked so well?

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A Tip on Mobile Home Park Mailboxes

Mobile home park mailboxes are generally ignored by most buyers, but there is a science to them that is focused on safety, reliability and cost.

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Common Issues That Happen To Homes In Transport - And What To Do

Mobile homes are an engineering marvel: they are the only form of housing that can go down the highway at 55 miles-per-hour. But even though they have this unique skill, transporting a 15,000 pound object down the interstate can frequently cause minor damage to the home by the time of its arrival. What do you need to know when you order a new home to be delivered at your property?

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Tips On A Successful Closing

Closing on a mobile home park can be a very stressful experience. Making it go smoothly requires proactive preparation and strategy. So what are some concepts to improve your closing experience?

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Take The Mask Off And Use This Moment To Build Your Financial Future - With A “Trailer Park”

This is no time to travel, and that’s why we’re doing our July 17th to 19th Mobile Home Park Investor’s Boot Camp in a “virtual” format from the safety and security of your home or office. It’s the exact same material you’d have in-person, with Q&A throughout, and you leave with the same tools you need to be a successful investor.

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Bad Times Are When Fortunes Are Made

Industrialist Andrew Carnegie once said “problems are only opportunities in work clothes”. And J. Paul Getty, the nation’s richest person during the 1950s and 1960s, held the belief that depressions were a great time to make acquisitions and to refine business operations – he, in fact, was only happy when times were bad. Throughout American history, most fortunes were built upon the bedrock of times of economic collapse, when values were lower, distractions few, and the fundamentals of business were easier to enact.

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Risk, Reward and the Perfect Mobile Home Park

What are the issues with risk and reward in this sector, and how can you model that into the perfect mobile home park? That’s the topic of this lecture. We examine what the typical risk vs. reward scenarios under various basic buyer tranches from low capital and high risk to high capital and low risk.

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Successful Business Models Do Not Require Subsidies

The U.S. government frequently attempts to modify investment and business creation in support of policies that are not profitable. They do this through subsidies – either direct cash or tax savings. The wind turbine shown above – used to create electricity from the wind – are just one of the products or industries that the government has created through artificial subsidies. So what’s wrong with this behavior?

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