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rumia6727
Apr 03, 2022
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Offer them a finders fee if they find something that you end up purchasing. I had a friend that knew I bought mobile home parks and he passed me on to an awesome deal in Texas. He had done some concrete work for the owner and the owner told him it was for sale. He told Email Database me about it and I purchased it about a month later. I sold it a few months after that for a profit of over $100K and wrote my friend a check for $25,000. He has been keeping his eye open ever since. In another instance I was having my oil changed at Wal Mart in Nebraska. The service guy asked me what I was doing there from Colorado. One thing led to Email Database another and he told me about a mobile home park that he lived in that was for sale. I went straight to the park and talked with the owner and purchased it a couple of months later. It was a park of about 45 units but was Email Database mismanaged and priced right. I sold the park about 6 months later at a profit of over $75,000. I call this the best Oil Change ever! 15. Heirs: another great place to buy a park. They usually want cash not a mobile home park to manage. 16. Make Unsolicited Offers: In the past, I have collected information on certain mobile home parks, number of spaces, lot rents, occupancy, who pays water, sewer, and trash and then plugged this into a basic Email Database valuation formula and generated offers. I would prepare a purchase and sale contract with all the standard provisions with the price I was willing to pay and mail these out to the owners. I received a much higher response rate doing this than any other type of direct mail.
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