As we face an affordable housing crisis in the U.S., one solution is proving to be a win for residents in need and a good real estate investment.
With bonus depreciation, investors get to enjoy “tax-free” income, making mobile home parks at tax-efficient real estate investment.
How can you mitigate risk and maximize the probability of success for a mobile home park investment? 52TEN shares the four characteristics we analyze.
Most Americans take risks with their retirement savings without even realizing it. See how one investor reduced her risk and took control of her retirement with four simple questions.
Housing prices are rising much faster than wages as affordable housing supplies dwindle. Millions of Americans are being priced out of homes and apartments in their metro areas. Mobile home parks provide an affordable alternative.
Most investors find that a passive investment with a sophisticated syndicator is the simplest way to invest in mobile home parks and usually results in a better return.
There are two ways to invest in mobile home parks: buy a park yourself, or partner with a mobile home park syndicator. Learn the benefits and tradeoffs of each option.
In every market cycle, mobile home park investments tend to outshine other real estate investments. Why is this, and how do others compare? We’ll break it down for you.