The September 2021 Mobile Home Park Investing Newsletter

Mobile Home Park Mastery Podcast: Episode 214 - Correcting The Record

The mobile home park industry has an unusual public relations strategy. We seemingly let the media abuse us on a regular basis and never offer any pushback. So for all those fake articles that have hit the media of late, this Mobile Home Park Mastery podcast provides the actual stats that give conclusive evidence that mobile home parks are the sole solution to the affordable housing crisis.

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The Joy of Being A Mobile Home Park Owner

There are a lot of businesses and real estate assets you can own. But few that give you as much freedom as mobile home parks do. In this event, Frank Rolfe gives you a video review of how owning mobile home parks can give you vast rewards that are greater than just financial.

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Mobile Home Park Mastery Podcast: Episode 213 - Values And Gravity

America is in a unique position on investment returns, suddenly favoring speculation over income investing. And why not? Whether it’s Bitcoin or Tesla, values are simply based on “what people think things are worth” according to Mark Cuban. Whatever happened to the old-fashioned tie-back to earnings? In this Mobile Home Park Mastery podcast we’re going to discuss how America has entered the danger zone on valuations and how income-investing is the only way to avoid the inevitable collapse.

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A Mobile Home Park Case Study In Indiana

There’s a science to profitably buying and operating mobile home parks, and no better way to understand this science than through case studies. This is a case study of a park we bought, turned-around, operated and sold in Indiana.

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Evidence Again That The Mobile Home Park “Moat” Cannot Be Breached

About a decade ago I was at a mobile home park industry conference where a speaker gave a report on why single-family homes in the U.S. cannot be built at an affordable price. The reason was the high price of residential lots in most American cities, which average around $80,000 each. When you add the price of the home, the speaker remarked, there’s no way that even a small home could possibly go up for less than $150,000 or so. Recently a non-profit in Florida tried this unsuccessful strategy again and ended up with 900 square foot homes for over $200,000 which they claim was partially caused by lumber price increases as a result of the pandemic. But it all simply points out that the mobile home park “moat” of affordable detached dwellings cannot be breached in a modern America.

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Are You Concerned About the Brightness of Solar Lights?

Ambient light is one of the best ways to secure your park and create a more attractive environment. Some Park owners think that solar lighting is just for aesthetics, but the truth is that modern solar lights can put out plenty of bright light, particularly along roads and paths. Introducing Gama Sonic’s newest and brightest option: the (GS-102) Modern Solar Light.

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Mobile Home Park Mastery Podcast: Episode 212 - America Will Soon Learn The Concept Of Fightco Score

FICO scores are great when you’re trying to analyze the credit potential of someone buying a yacht on monthly payments. But more millions of Americans the entire concept of “credit rating” is merely theoretical and has no basis on real life. In this Mobile Home Park Mastery podcast we’re going to discuss what a “Fightco” score is and why that’s a far better measurement of performance.

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Mobile Home Park Mastery Podcast: Episode 211 - Here’s How The War On Landlords Ends

America has a new position on the concept of landlords: take their property without compensation and, better yet, public shame them. That plan of attack is about to backfire in a big way. In this Mobile Home Park Mastery podcast we’re going to review how the “war on landlords” is really going to end and it’s the alternative ending that won’t please the masses.

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How To Keep Mobile Home Park Investing Passive

One of the big attractions to owning mobile home parks is their very passive nature. You rent land and you collect rent. There’s no toilets to fix and no units to show. But even with a simple business model, complications grow as your holdings do, and many owners prefer to keep their involvement in day-to-day activities at a minimum. So how can you keep your mobile home park investing passive even as your holdings grow in size?

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