The July 2021 Mobile Home Park Investing Newsletter

Making Over $1 Million With A Boring Park In Wisconsin

The mobile home park industry is an interesting sector, as markets that don’t work well with other niches seem to do just fine with the affordable housing product. In this case study we review a mobile home park in Wisconsin that has little exciting going on, other than the ability to make huge profits.

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Mobile Home Park Mastery Podcast: Episode 205 - We’re Microsoft In 1996

Bill Gates founded Microsoft in 1975, and went public in 1986, at a stock price around $1. By 1996, the stock had risen to around $4 per share – a 400% increase in only ten years. Many investors jumped at the chance to sell, thinking that Microsoft had reached its maximum value. Today, Microsoft stock trades at around $250 per share. In many ways, current mobile home park values are like Microsoft stock in 1996; only beginning their ultimate rise.

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The Blessings Of Being A “Weird” Real Estate Sector

Mobile home parks have always been the “black sheep” of the real estate family. The stigma against mobile home park residents (commonly called “trailer trash”) and mobile home park owners (considered “evil” by the media) has long rendered the mobile home park industry off-limits to those who lack the bravery to overcome these stereotypes. But there are many positive factors to being the only sector of real estate that nobody seems to like or respect.

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Mobile Home Park Mastery Podcast: Episode 204 - Speeding Up The Acquisition Process With A Bucket List

Finding the right mobile home park requires sifting through a huge number of deals, and separating them into two buckets: 1) has the right raw material and 2) does not have the right raw material. But what does that raw material look like. In this Mobile Home Park Mastery podcast we’re going to review what makes a deal possible apart from a deal impossible.

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You either have higher mobile home park lot rents or you have this.

We recently saw this news story on the internet . Perhaps the writer should talk to John Oliver, who criticizes mobile home park owners for raising rents. You see, you can’t have both low rents and parks not being re-developed into more profitable uses. And it’s about time that media outlets start telling the truth about the situation.

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"Ask Me Anything" with Frank Rolfe from July 2021

You can’t be thinking about mobile home park investing without having a ton of questions. That’s where we were in the mid-1990s when we bought our first parks. Only – back then – there was nobody to answer concerns, or explain the science, or even hold out any hope that you could make money with “trailer parks”.

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Mobile Home Park Mastery Podcast: Episode 203 - Mobile Home Parks And Lay's Potato Chips

Lay’s potato chips has long used the slogan “bet you can’t eat just one”. But is that also true for buying mobile home parks? In this Mobile Home Park Mastery podcast we’re going to discuss what happens after you buy that first property and bring it back to life.

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Mobile Home Park Mastery Podcast: Episode 202 - The Great Race

I am often asked what the “future” of the mobile home park industry is. And I think it’s most appropriately called “the Great Race”. In this Mobile Home Park Mastery podcast we’re going to discuss what I mean by “the Great Race”, how to enter it, how it will end, and what you need to know about the contest. Since we all live under “time urgency” it’s only appropriate to have a talk about that ticking time clock in terms of the mobile home park sector.

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