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New Law Could Cost Investors Thousands

You may have heard of this thing called FEMA or something about flood insurance rates rising, but do you really know what that means for you and your investment properties? Today, I’m going to tell you what exactly is going on and how you should prepare yourself for the coming blows.

Recently, Congress put into effect changes to the National Flood Insurance Program through FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) called the Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2012. This reform “is a law passed by Congress and signed by the President in 2012 that extends the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) for five years, while requiring significant program reform. The law requires changes to all major components of the program, including flood insurance, flood hazard mapping, grants, and the management of floodplains. Many of the changes are designed to make the NFIP more financially stable, and ensure that flood insurance rates more accurately reflect the real risk of flooding.” (http://www.fema.gov/media-library-data/20130726-1912-25045-9380/bw12_qa_04_2013.pdf)

flood-insuranceThis law will bring changes to your flood insurance and could cause serious increases to your policy. Now, not everyone that has flood insurance will be affected by this reform. Those most affected by it are those that own subsidized non-primary residences. Those that own these types of properties especially in a special flood hazard area will see a 25% increase annually to their insurance rates until their rates reflect true risk. Others that will see a 25% increase include owners of subsidized property that has experienced severe repetitive flood losses, owners of subsidized business properties in a special flood hazard area and owners of substantially damaged or substantially improved subsidized property.

Your policy is probably subsidized if it is in a high-risk area, is “Pre-FIRM” which means it was built before your community adopted its first Flood Insurance Rate Map, or has not been substantially improved (which means it would need to be brought up to code).

The reform also addresses grandfathering of rates. If you were in compliance with the BFE (Base Flood Elevation) before they issues any Flood Insurance Rate Maps, but were below the BFE on the 1983s latest Flood Insurance Rate Map, your premium was calculated as if you were still in compliance with the BFE. This break will no longer be available.

Consider a policy that covered $250,000 for the building and $100,000 for the contents. If you are in an “A” zone (there’s a 1 percent chance of flooding in any year) and you were rated at the BFE and now you are a foot below the BFE, your premium will increase from $1,724 to $5,225. If you are in a “V” zone (there’s a 1 percent chance of flooding in any year and/or risk of coastal storm surge and wave action) your premium will increase from $8,603 to $11,583. The increase will be phased in at 25% per year for five years. If you had a discount removed as per above, you may face double jeopardy.

Many policy holders in these high risk areas are not happy, and you can probably see why. The states most affected by these changes are California, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida (being the number 1), North and South Carolina, West Virginia, Pennsylvania and New York. Protests from some of these states are already occurring. One recently would be the Mississippi lawsuit against FEMA.

But how does this really affect you? Well this impacts home owners ability to afford to stay in the home ( you’ve got your mortgage, fire and hazard insurance, taxes, now flood insurance too). Not only is there added cost but lenders will require this coverage to stay out of default on your loan.
The fact is, people simply may not be able to pay that much per month in these high risk areas now. Demand will be impacted thus resale prices are effected. Property values could go down due to affordability for the first time buyer. The same thing applies to mobile homes and those buyers who are going to live in these homes.

Also, anyone buying a property they are considering as a rental or turnkey rental without proper due diligence might get slammed in the near future with a jump in holding costs due to flood insurance increasing. Not only that but keep in mind that there are more increase to come over the next 5 years that could cause their income generating property to break even or worse yet, turn into a negative cash flow property, thus being difficult to sell that income generating property to the next sucker.

The changes are coming whether we like it or not. The best way to prepare is to know if your home and investment properties are located in flood hazard areas and by talking to your insurance agent. Your insurance agent can help you take the necessary steps to soften the blows as more changes are implemented. Going forward, make sure you do your proper due diligence when investing in mobile homes as these FEMA changes in certain states will greatly affect your costs.

January 22, 2014 / by / in , ,
On 8/27/2013 The Trailer Park Gets Rocked!

Final STT Webinar Series

WholesaleDealMatcher.com is please to announce the official launch of our sister website www.SellThisTrailer.com!

This new site is set to go live on August 15th. As part of our excitement to share with you another investing strategy, you are invited to attend a free Mobile Home Investing Webinar on Tuesday August 27th @ 7:00 PM MDT.
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August 7, 2013 / by / in , ,
Cash Buyers & Real Estate Wholesalers: Adopt an Abundance Mentality Rather Than a Scarcity Mentality to Real Estate Investing
Cash Buyers & Real Estate Wholesalers Align

Cash Buyers & Real Estate Wholesalers Align

Recently, I met up with a local cash buyer who invests in mobile homes like I do.  We start chatting about different approaches we use and resources we have access to.  We asked each other questions about materials used to rehab and cost of labor to install.  Our conversation even covered how to find private investors and the the way we structure their promissory notes.  During that conversation, he asked me if I had a place that I could place a mobile home that he had received for free, but it needed to be moved.  I said, I can look into a few places that I know of that have vacancies and I will get back to you.  We discussed how the deal would be split and went our separate ways.  Today, I received a call from a buyer who wanted to move a mobile home out to his land.  He was even more excited after I told him the price, that we would move it for him, and we offered seller financing.The moral of the story is that you can do more deals if you are open and receptive to do more deals.  It is worth it to discuss deals and opportunites with other cash buyers and real estate wholesalers in your area of investing,  You might have a wholesale property lead and they can help you find the cash buyer.  Yes, you are going to have to share the proceeds from the sale, but you are making money from a lead that you would not have made money off of otherwise.  They might help you sell a property faster, help you find proerty faster, or they can help you pass wholesale property leads that do not meet your investment criteria onto another cash buyer.  You will be able to do more fix and flips or rentals by focusing on building local strategic alliances with fellow cash buyers and real estate wholesalers.

February 21, 2013 / by / in , , ,
Small Amounts of Cash Can Produce Large Returns With This Investment Niche

Mobile home investing in a mobile home park can produce a great rate of return, if done correctly. It is an investment niche that will allo you to be the cash buyer with small amount of money and large returns with income overtime when you sell with seller financing. I have created a 6 part video series that talks about different aspects of mobile home investing in mobile home parks. Learn ways to find and buy wholesale properties that most real estate investors and other cash buyers over look.

February 16, 2013 / by / in , ,
Be The Cash Buyer – Mobile Home Investing Tips – Mobile Home Park Evaluation Part 1

If you want to be the cash buyer, but you have limited funds, you can buy mobile homes in mobile home parks for cash and make a great return in a short period of time.  I have some mbile home investing tips for you in this video.  You will learn how to evaluate a family mobile home park and identify what to look for when considering buying a mobile home as an investment in that park.  This is the first video of a six part video series.  It is a great way to buy property wholesale and sell for full retail.  It is a great little real estate investing niche that will help you make money faster with less competition.

February 16, 2013 / by / in ,
Why Should You Invest In Mobile Homes in Mobile Home Parks?
Invest in Mobile Homes In Parks

Invest in Mobile Homes In Parks

Would you have ever thought that a mobile home could be a great investment vehicle? Let alone a mobile home in a mobile home park?  No matter the stigmas and stereotypes, mobile homes are great little cash cows.  There are so many ways to make money from mobile homes, it would be a shame to retain a negative perception of these little money machines. I hope to open up your mind to the possibilities that mobile homes offer and remove those stereotypes for you.  Why?  Well, simply because if you still hold those beliefs to be true, you will have a very hard time seeing and realizing all of potential these little moveable homes possess.

No matter how much money you have right now, you can make money investing in mobile homes.  You can invest a minimal amount of money and make a great return.  Depending on how aggressively you approach investing in mobile homes, you could have a nice monthly cash flow and no longer work for someone else.  If you have invested in real estate before, you know that a monthly positive cash flow of $300 or more dollars per single family home is a rare thing in some markets.  But, i do know there are some real estte markets, where you can make that kind of cash flow if not more, however, these real estte markets are not everywhere and not for everyone.  In many cases, they are in low income areas that have been hit very hard by the economy and might be many miles away from where you live.  What if I told you that you can make that and more each month on one mobile home over 5-30 years without the headaches of being a landlord!!!  If you buy and sell mobile homes the way I do, you will have this same type of cash flow each month from one mobile home.    Now consider if you had a bunch of these producing the same cash flow each month?  Let’s say, you had just 18 of these producing $200 a month, you would be bringing in $3600 positive cash flow a month.  Would you be able to quit your J-O-B then??? You definitely would not have to worry about making sure the tenants needs and repairs are taken care of each month and pay a property manager to manage those issues for you.  You would be receiving a monthly check from someone who owns the mobile home and wants to pay you so they can eventually own it outright.  I have only had about 10% of my seller financed mobile homes go into default.  The benefit for me is that I have already received my initial investment back in full and in most cases have already received a profit before they went delinquent on their loan with me.  I just clean the place up, collect another down payment, and monthly payments from the next buyer who want to own my mobile home.  I don’t have to worry about being able to qualify to refinance a loan either, because it is paid in full within 6 months to a year of selling the home with financing.  I have the same type of cash flow as a site built rental property without the outstanding debt or the headaches of being a landlord.

What if I told you that you could do this with only a few thousand invested?  Yes, you read that right and it does not even have to be your own money.   Most of the mobile homes I buy are bought for $6,000 and less.  Do you think you could raise at least that and buy your first mobile home? I am sure you can get at least that much if not more.  After all, how many of you have a credit card, a savings account, a car, boat, atv, travel trailer that you own free and clear, equity in real estate, retirement savings account, or a few friends or relatives.  If you do not have any of these to utilize, you could set up your business and gain a business line of credit with a local bank.  I set up a business banking account and asked for a line of credit.  The bank asked me to fill out a form and within 12 hours I had a line of credit for $5,000.  I did the same thing at another local bank and got the same thing.  You can see the trend and the amount of cash you could have at your disposal without much effort or time exerted.   You can network and find others who have money and want a great return.  You can network with people who want to make a better return on their money.  At one point in my business, I wanted to move into buying mobile homes on land, so I was looking for funds to acquire these in Arizona.  I started networking within my sphere of influence and a good friend of mine suggested getting in touch with a local hard money lender.  I called him to see if he was willing to invest in mobile homes on land in Arizona.  He said that he was not interested in investing in that market, but that he liked to invest in Utah and asked if I had anything I was looking to invest in Utah.  I told him that I did not have any mobile homes on land in Utah, but I was actively buying mobile homes in parks.  He was intrigued and asked me to explain a little bit more about what I did.  To say the least, he asked me to put together a prospectus and outline of the deals I had done and meet him for lunch.  We had another meeting after that, which is the meeting that he offered to fund all of the deals I wanted to get into as long as I taught him how to do the business.  We were going to split the proceeds for each deal after he received his initial investment back plus 10%.

Okay, well what if none of these work for you and you still can’t find money to buy mobile homes? There are peer to peer lending networks or P2P lending networks that you can post your money need and have a network of people bidding on your offering and help you gain the funds you need to start or continue buying mobile homes where you can make amazing returns. These are just a few of the sources I have tapped into to find money to buy my mobile homes in mobile home parks.

So, do you think you can make money investing in mobile homes now?  I hope you can at least see the potential now.  Really, the only obstacles you face are those that you place in your own way!!!

Learn how easy it is to invest in the Mobile Home Real Estate Industry! Please register for our FREE Mobile Home Investing Webinar called Tin Can Profits! (Yes, that’s what we call it.) on Jan 24, 2013 7:00 PM MST at:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1427201625011787520

While the rest of the investing world jumps on the latest Real Estate investing craze, avoid the competition and market mayhem by investing in Mobile Homes.Investing expert Dawn Erling will show you how easy it is to make money in this lucrative market. She will give you her inside ideas and tricks that have helped make her the mobile home investing expert she is today. Be-aware that this niche isn’t for everyone… so if you are looking for lower investing price points, faster turn-a-round investments, and how to make quick cash then join our free webinar! WholesaleDealmatcher.com is proud to sponsor of this webinar. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

January 20, 2013 / by / in , , , ,
Warning Signs & What To Stay Away From When Evaluating Mobile Homes For Repairs
Mobile Home Repairs

Mobile Home Repairs

When you are evaluating a mobile home, you must take into consideration the overall condition of that mobile home.  There are some repairs that will cost more than some mobile homes will be worth in the end.  The factors that impact the value are going to be the location, condition, and type of mobile home park.  You could have two mobile home parks sitting right next to each other and the after repair value for the same type of mobile home could be very different.  For instance, if you have a mobile home in an area where the mass population is not 55+ you are going to wait longer to sell the mobile home and for half as much as in a family park.You must make sure you thoroughly evaluate each mobile home, so you can ensure you are not missing a major expense. The after repaired value of the mobile home will dictate the level and severity of the repairs  that you should do.  In fact, I bought a single wide mobile home 2 beds 1 bath 800 square feet for $299.96 from the mobile home park.  Since, I paid so little for it, I could go in with a larger budget and do the necessary repairs to the roof and bathroom.  The most expensive repairs for all mobile homes are the following:

  • Roof replacement
  • Siding replacement
  • Furnace replacement
  • Structural issues
  • Underbelly plumbing replacement
  • Major mold issues
  • Moving mobile home
  • Window replacement

The repairs that can push you beyond the value of some mobile homes are the following:

  • Complete kitchen remodel
  • Complete bathroom remodel
  • Carport add on
  • Steps & porch add on
  • Exterior painting

I have a specific budget that I keep for each of the types of mobile homes I buy, fix, & sell.  I have a different budget for single wides than I do double wides.  It allows me to ensure that I have enough room in the deal to make sure I can make my required profit.  It gives me a guide by which to evaluate each mobile home.  I know that if the current condition exceeds my set rehab budget that I need to move on to the next mobile home to preserve my profit.  I allow for a bit of cushion in this budget for unexpected expenses.

It is all based on how much I can sell the mobile home for and what condition the mobile home has to be in to sell for that top value in the mobile home park it is located in and who my target buyer is going to be.  Essentially, I run my numbers backwards to arrive at what I can afford to pay for the mobile home to make the money I need after repairs are done and holding costs are accounted for and end up meeting my rate of return.

Learn how easy it is to invest in the Mobile Home Real Estate  Industry! Please register for our FREE Mobile Home  Investing Webinar called  Tin Can Profits! (Yes, that’s what we call it.) on Jan 24, 2013 7:00 PM MST at:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1427201625011787520

While the rest of the investing world jumps on the latest Real Estate investing craze, avoid the competition and market mayhem by  investing in Mobile Homes.
Investing expert Dawn Erling will show you how easy it is to make  money in this lucrative market. She will give you her inside ideas and  tricks that have helped make her the mobile home investing expert she is today.  Be-aware that this niche isn’t for everyone… so if you are looking for lower investing price points, faster turn-a-round investments, and  how to make quick cash then join our free webinar! WholesaleDealmatcher.com is proud to sponsor of this webinar.  After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

January 19, 2013 / by / in , , ,
Mobile Home Investors: Learn Why Mobile Home Park Owners Want Mobile Home Investors to Buy In Their Park
Mobile Home Park Managers Want to Work With Mobile Home Investors!!

Mobile Home Park Managers Want to Work With You!!

It might seem crazy to say this, but many mobile home park owners are turning to mobile home investors for help in filling their vacant lots, help with rehabbing abandoned mobile homes, and help them keep mobile homes in their park by buying them from mobile home sellers.  I will address why they are willing to work with mobile home investors in a two part blog.  In this blog post, I will address why there is a lack of supply of mobile homes and why mobile home park owners don’t want to own park owned homes.

One of the biggest challenges that mobile home park owners face right now is vacant lots and a lack of available mobile homes to move into those vacant lots.  The quantity of mobile homes available for a mobile home buyer to buy has decreased a lot over the last few years.  One reason is that the number of mobile homes produced has decreased considerably over the last few years, due to the lack of financing available for retail buyers to buy a new mobile home and move it into a mobile home park.  Also, the retail buyer is having a harder time qualifying for the financing that is available for these new mobile homes.  A lot of the older mobile homes have been scrapped by mobile home park owners & mobile home owners.  Many of the older mobile homes that were scrapped had deteriorated beyond the value of the mobile home to address the repairs.
Mamy of the mobile home parks nationwide face fierce competition to keep mobile homes in their parks, due to the lack of supply.  If a mobile home park manager is not on top of what is occuring in their park or friendly with the mobile home park tenants, they will miss out on opportunities to help prevent tenants from selling their mobile homes to people who will move them out or the tenant from moving it out themselves.  There are a lot of mismanaged mobile home parks nationwide and these parks are the ones with the most vacant lots.  They will be the most motivated to work with mobile home investors when they want to try and turn the park around.  Many of these mobile home park owners do not want to have park owned homes, because of the increased expenses to rent those out to tenants and the additional management needed to turn these rentals around.
As you can see, there are some real big reasons why mobile home park owners are more motivated and interested in working with mobile home investors now than ever before.  I was just talking with a regional manager for one of the largest mobile home park owners in the Nation and he said their company loves working with mobile home investors, because we help make thier lives easy and keep their mobile home parks full and profitable.  He even proceeded to tell me all about their moving a mobile home into their mobile home park incentives for mobile home investors.  It is a pretty slick program that definitely has the mobile home park invested along with the mobile home investor in moving in and keeping that mobile home in that park.
If you would like to learn more about Mobile Home Investing please register for our FREE Mobile Home  Investing Webinar called  Tin Can Profits! (Yes, that’s what we call it.)on Jan 24, 2013 7:00 PM MST at:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1427201625011787520
While the rest of the investing world jumps on the latest Real Estate investing craze, avoid the competition and market mayhem by  investing in Mobile Homes.
Investing expert Dawn Erling will show you how easy it is to make  money in this lucrative market. She will give you her inside ideas and  tricks that have helped make her the mobile home investing expert she is today.
Be-aware that this niche isn’t for everyone… so if you are looking for lower investing price points, faster turn-a-round investments, and  how to make quick cash then join our free webinar!  WholesaleDealmatcher.com is proud to sponsor of this webinar.  After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
January 19, 2013 / by / in , , ,
Considering Mobile Home Investing: Check These 3 Factors Before You Buy A Mobile Home In A Mobile Home Park
Learn How to Be Successful Investing in Mobile Homes

Learn How to Be Successful Investing in Mobile Homes

Anyone who is considering getting into the mobile home investing business needs to make sure they check a few key factors out first or else you stand to potetniall loss money.  If you do not check into these factors, you might have a few hidden expenses that could reduce your profit margin.  If you are considering buying a mobile home or manufactured home in a mobile home park, you need to make sure you check into three factors that could impact your investment and cost you more money.

  1. You need to contact the mobile home park manager or mobile home park owner and make sure that there isn’t lot rent owed that will transfer over to you when you buy the mobile home.  In some cases, the mobile home can not be sold or moved until all of the back lot rent is paid in full.  Why is this your problem?  Well, it might impact the amount of money the seller sells their mobile home for in order to pay off that existing debt.  It could take more money out of your pocket in the end.  In some cases, the lot rent outstanding will transfer with the mobile home and not the tenant.  You could face a large bill when you take over ownership of the mobile home, because of this oustanding lot rent.  In many cases, the utilities that are outstanding with the prior tenant will be passed onto the new buyer too.  You really need to check with the mobile home park manager to make sure you are not assuming someone elses debt & burden.
  2. You should check with the tax assessors office to see if the personal property taxes are paid current.  Specifically, you will call the county personal property tax assessors office.  Also, you should make sure that the tax deed has not been sold recently.  If it has been sold recently, the legal & titled owner will be someone other than the current seller…possibly.  You want to make sure that the persons name and address listed on the tax record is the same as the person who is selling the mobile home, even if they claim they have title to the mobile home.  It might not be a legitimate or current title.
  3. You will need to confirm that the seller has title in hand and that it is a valid & current title transfer.  If they do not have title in hand, they probably have a lien on the mobile home that needs to be paid in full before they transfer it to you.  It could add additional time and money to your mobile home acquisition time frame.  In many cases, you find that there is a dispute between the borrower and the lien holder that may not be able to be resolved.  Often, it is due to a payment dispute which could cause you problems.  If they do not have title in hand, you need to walk away and not look back on that deal.

I hope you check these 3 factors before you consider buying a mobile home or manufactured home in a mobile home park.  Performing your due diligence will save you a lot of money and headaches in the long run.  After all, you could potentially buy a mobile home from someone who does not legally own it, if you do not do your homework.

Learn how easy it is to invest in the Mobile Home Real Estate  Industry!  Please register for our FREE Mobile Home  Investing Webinar called Tin Can Profits! (Yes, that’s what we call it.)  on Jan 24, 2013 7:00 PM MST at:  https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1427201625011787520
While the rest of the investing world jumps on the latest Real Estate investing craze, avoid the competition and market mayhem by  investing in Mobile Homes.
Investing expert Dawn Erling will show you how easy it is to make  money in this lucrative market. She will give you her inside ideas and  tricks that have helped make her the mobile home investing expert she is today.  Be-aware that this niche isn’t for everyone… so if you are looking for lower investing price points, faster turn-a-round investments, and  how to make quick cash then join our free webinar!  WholesaleDealmatcher.com is proud to sponsor of this webinar.  After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

January 19, 2013 / by / in , , ,
Is Your Real Estate Market Heating Up? Are You Struggling To Find Wholesale Properties? I Have A Solution!
Learn How to Invest In Mobile Homes

Learn How to Invest In Mobile Homes

I buy Single Family Residences in Utah.  I have noticed that the inventory has decreased quite considerably within the last 9 months.  Therefore, the typical wholesale property is becoming harder to Get an offer accepted, because there is more competition in the market place from retail buyers and landlords.  I travel all over the country, so I am in a lot of different real estate markets.  I am seeing the same type of thing poking up in many of the real estate markets throughout the United States & Canada.So, if you are new to real estate investing, you might find it difficult to get your whosale offers accepted.  In some cases, you might be entering wholesaling as a way to put capital in your pocket and get your real estate investing business up and running. The big question is….can you still make money wholesaling real estate? The answer is yes, but it is going to take longer to get wholesale offers accepted and evenlongest to make money with these challenges in place until you really dial in on your market and find your niche.

I have a solution to this problem.  The solution will get you earning money in almost any real estate market quickly.  The solution is a niche that I have actually been laughed at for doing.  In fact, any time I have stood up in a real estate investment club meeting and said what I do, I have received some interesting feedback and a sigh or two. You know what, I am glad they feel that way, because it keeps my competition low and my cash flow high.

So, guess what my niche is?  I buy, fix, and sell mobile homes and manufactured homes in mobile home parks. I even wholesale mobile homes with or without financing too.  Did you know you could even do that?  Okay, we’ll you may have thought it was possible, but did you know how much you could make per mobile home deal versus what you make with your typical wholesale deal?  Let’s just say it can add up to a lot of money, if it is done correctly. It could also become a long term cash flow producing investment too with no real carrying coSts either.  If done correctly, you could even get all of your money back within 12 months or less and still make 12-18% return on your initial investment.

Let’s do a quick comparison onconservative numbers.  On average, we net about $3000 on a wholesale real estate deal and if we have a money partner on our rehab & sell properties it might end up around $6000 in the current real estate market. Okay, so that is for your typical single family residence deal.  Now here is an example of what I made on a quick flip deal, I bought the mobile home for $5,500 using a business line of credit.  In a week, I sold it for $14,500, which is a profit of $8950 with my finance charge of $50 being pulled too.  Not too bad for a weeks worth of work.  It was noteven a manufacturedhomer, it was in the mobile home era and it was a single wide with 3 bedrooms and 1. 3/4 baths in a nice family park.  We just cleaned it up and sold it, so there were not any repair costs either.  We did not hold it long enough to pay lot rent and we kept the priorowners security deposit in place.  It is just one example of the money you can make in the mobile home investing world.

I have one additional point to make here too.  I was talking the other day with my single family residence investing business parrtner, who said we are slow now because we are having a hard time finding propertieS that meet our investment criteria.  I laughed and said well maybe we should do more mobile homes now.  She looked puzzled and said what do you mean.  I stated I put an ad out earlier this week that we buy mobile homes and I have received 10solid phone calls where people just need out of their mobile home.  Oh and by the way they are looking to buy single family residence like what we buy, fix, and sell, so we betterstart getting more inventory, can we cthe double dip on theseleads I have right now.  Now, I hope this has helped you to see the amazing opportunity intone current real estate market to have a low cost investment and make the same return if not more buying & selling mobile homes.

If you would like to learn more about investing in mobile homes please register for our Mobile Home Investing Series on Jan 24, 2013 7:00 PM MST at:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1427201625011787520
Tin Can Profits! (Yes, that’s what we call it.)
In this webinar, you will learn how easy it is to invest in the Mobile Home Real Estate  Industry! While the rest of the investing world jumps on the latest Real Estate investing craze, avoid the competition and market mayhem by  investing in Mobile Homes.  Investing expert Dawn Erling will show you how easy it is to make  money in this lucrative market. She will give you her inside ideas and  tricks that have helped make her the mobile home investing expert she is today.
Be-aware that this niche isn’t for everyone… so if you are looking for lower investing price points, faster turn-a-round investments, and  how to make quick cash then join our free webinar!  WholesaleDealmatcher.com is proud to sponsor of this webinar   After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

January 18, 2013 / by / in , , , , ,