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Lessons Learned: Taking Back a Mobile Home

(Note: If you’ve read any of my books, you’ll notice I usually include a “Lessons Learned” section. So, I’ve decided to include it here as a new blog post series. Thanks for reading!) When I first started out in mobile … Continue reading

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Mobile Home 101: Taking a Mobile Home Back (After Video Walk-Thru)

(Note: I’ve decided to start this new series, “Mobile Home 101″ to highlight some of the important aspects of mobile homes in general). Hi all! Hope you’re all doing well. Been pretty busy lately managing contractors getting another one ready … Continue reading

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Mobile Home 101: Taking a Mobile Home Back (Before Video Walk-Thru)

(Note: I’ve decided to start this new series, “Mobile Home 101″ to highlight some of the important aspects of mobile homes in general). Hi all! It’s been pretty crazy lately. All I can say is that it’s been non-stop work. … Continue reading

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Investing 101: Taking a Mobile Home Back

In this business, there are times when you will have to take a mobile home back. It’s just part of being in this business – not everything always goes according to plan. But, why? Check out the video to find … Continue reading

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Case Study: Taking A Mobile Home Back

In last week’s post , I talked about having the long term (quality over quantity) in mind (versus the short term) when doing Lonnie deals. As an example, here is a home (see pic above) that I recently had to … Continue reading

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Taking A Mobile Home Back

“If you don’t feel comfortable owning something for 10 years, then don’t own it for 10 minutes.” – Warren Buffett When it comes to investing in mobile homes (aka Lonnie deals), this is exactly how I feel. Why? I’ve mentioned … Continue reading

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