MobileHomeParkStore 100

Industry News

Dec 12, 2022
MobileHomeParkStore 100: The 100 Largest Mobile Home Park Owners in the U.S.
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TO FIX OR NOT TO FIX? THAT IS THE QUESTION By Mike Renz

Article

Nov 15, 2022
Six years ago, the transmission went out in my aging GMC Yukon. It had about a billion miles on it and The Blue Book Value was around $2.75. It made no sense to fix it as it was not worth the cost. So I moved
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The Top Ten Ways To Gain Accountability From Your Manager By Frank Rolfe

Article

Sep 14, 2022
Webster’s Dictionary defines accountability as the fact or condition of being responsible. Now, why do we need accountability with mobile home parks? Well, just as we need it in the rest of America today, no one wants to take responsibility.
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SHOULD I REPORT THIS TO MY INSURANCE COMPANY? By Kurt Kelley

Article

Sep 12, 2022
Business owners Mobile Insurance serves often ask me whether to report a loss to their insurance company. Payment of any part of a claim is in the short term best interest of the client. However, some claims
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The Actual Facts About Rent Control By Frank Rolfe

Article

Jun 8, 2022
The Wall Street Journal recently released an article touting a grassroots movement for rent control. It cites that U.S. rents are up 18% on average in some markets as the catalyst to a new world order
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Harnessing The 80/20 Rule By Frank Rolfe

Article

Apr 21, 2022
There’s an old rule in sales that 20% of your sales force typically generates 80% of your sales. In the manufactured home community business, that “80/20” rule permeates all levels of the industry.
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MHI 2022 CONGRESS & EXPO

Article

Mar 23, 2022
After a two-year hiatus, the manufactured housing industry’s largest event is back! Join over 1,200 professionals April 11- 13 in Orlando for MHI’s 2022 Congress & Expo.
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Texas Housing Manufacturers Prepare for Sales Surge Despite Ongoing Supply Chain Disruptions

Industry News

Mar 23, 2022
Manufactured housing sales were relatively flat in 2021, but the industry is optimistic about demand and expects Texas activity to accelerate in 2022.
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Top Ten Warning Signs of a Potential Bad Tenant By Carolyn Gibson

Article

Dec 6, 2021
L et’s assume you are already doing the basic screening duties. Everyone fills out a rental application. You check the credit report, the employment and bank account information, landlord references, and the applicant has shown the ability to pay the rent.
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TEXCO 2022 PARKFLATION: RISING VALUES ARE CHANGING EVERYTHING

Press Release

Nov 30, 2021
MHC OWNERS JOIN US FOR A ONE-DAY POWER CONFERENCE FILLED WITH FAST, POIGNANT, TOPICAL PRESENTATIONS.
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