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Mobile Home Parks are one of those few investment properties that you can buy and immediately start having cash flow. With the difficulty in obtaining financing on any type of commercial real estate right now, it is a buyer's market at last. If you are creditworthy and have the capital to invest there are some great mobile home park investments which have immediate 10% plus cap rates and 15% plus cash on cash returns.

If you are tired of negative cash flow on single family homes and low cap rates on apartments with the constant repairs that go along with them, then you might want to consider the best kept secret in commercial real estate... Mobile Home Parks!

In a poor economy, there tends to be a greater demand for affordable housing and this asset class fits that bill.

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Encouraging Signs From A Younger Demographic By Frank Rolfe

The other day I was driving through one of our communities in Illinois and I noticed a nicely dressed young couple on the deck of a new Clayton home we had brought in. I’m seeing more and more of that these days, and it’s great news for the industry, as we seem to be attracting a more upscale, youthful crowd all of a sudden. Is this a fad or a permanent trend? Attraction to smaller living spac...
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Calculating Repair And Maintenance On A Manufactured Home Community By Dave Reynolds

Of all the expense categories to get a handle on when buying or operating a manufactured home community, perhaps the hardest is “repair and maintenance”. In over twenty years of pouring over budgets for various properties, I’ve discovered many facts and assumptions that I use today when tackling this difficult calculation. Inaccuracy of seller data Seller numbers on repair and maintenance ar...
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Why Cap Rates Can Sometimes Be Misleading By Dave Reynolds

Cap rates are the generally accepted method of comparing different properties and sorting piles of listings into the “make offer” and “don’t bother to make offer” stacks. But cap rates can be misleading in some cases – especially when you are buying properties from non-professional owners who have not been operating theproperty to its full potential. Going-in cap rates are often based ...
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