The Mobile Home Park Manifesto – Overview
"An absolute must read."
The Mobile Home Park industry is constantly changing, so whether you are a first-time investor or a seasoned industry professional, this book will help you stay ahead of the curve at any stage from leveraging the market to evaluating MHP properties confidently, and ultimately sealing the deal.
- The Mobile Home Park industry & why it is important
- People over profits – Ethical investing
- Establish short-term & long-term goals
- Most critical aspect for success – underwriting
- How to keep your property stable
- Navigating the due diligence process
- Steps to find and seal a deal
- Getting comfortable with risk exposure
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“Glenn does a great job of striking a balance between the seller and buyer and has delivered profitable deals. He has also worked hard anytime a deal has any challenges, to come up with creative solutions to get to the finish line and keep all parties comfortable and protected.”
“Glenn Esterson possesses a rare perspective on the manufactured housing industry. Few have achieved his high volume of transactions, positioning Glenn as more than just another expert. Glenn’s view from the top pushes his take on the industry to the front of the line. For those within the industry or trying to break in, this book is an absolute must read.”
“Glenn walks with you shoulder-to-shoulder, showing you the opportunities, pitfalls, valuation intricacies & required mentality to own a mobile home park business. He blends his own personal anecdotes with ideas on how to form a niche in the industry in today's market.”
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The mobile home park industry might be the last thing you ever thought of investing in, but the MHP niche is one of the last real estate verticals that still has all the fundamentals to turn a high profit. There is a steep learning curve in this ever-changing business, so I aim to help you achieve a stable footing in the wild west of real estate!
“I am an architect of high roads and middle grounds. I believe that humble beginnings and rough starts do not determine future outcomes.”