For the past 25 years, We have made a name for myself in the manufactured home arena by buying and selling manufactured homes and the parks they reside on.
We have met a lot of people along the way and I have listened to what they had to say. There are two key points that come up in almost every conversation.
Where can I make the most money in the manufactured home business and is there a way I can make enough to actually retire on?
This determined a need we could fill. We developed a program to help all around.
First, We help the park owner remove the burdon of expense of his park owned homes. We do this by either finding a local buyer to purchase and move in and we finance the deal. We also work with the park to manage the unit in the case we simply sell the unit to an investor yet still resulting in shedding the cost of the park owned home.
How can I increase my parks value?
There are many things a park owner can do to increase value such as pave roads and put up new signs but these cost money and there is a better way to increase the value of the park without costing anything. In fact it decreases your cost and puts cash into your pocket.
A simple and fast solution is to convert park owned homes into tenant owned homes.
By removing the expense of management, maintenance, insurance and taxes the average NOI can increase by 15%.
By selling your units to Investment Properties on demand over time you will be paid for the home. CA$H!
Now you have not tax burdon, no management expense, no maintenance expense and no insurance expense since the new owner has taken on this burdon.
Len Bellotti has been in real estate since the early 1990’s. He has been involved in every aspect of real estate from high-end golf course luxury homes down to the Fannie Mae leftover homes at auction.
Len has seen every end of the real estate business.
Property Management, Sales Manager, Salesman, Accounts Manager, Title search, Document retrieval work and everything in between. For the past seven years he has been working with mobile home park owners to relieve them of the financial burdons of park owned homes by converting them into tenant owned homes.