RV Park Investment Articles & Videos

 

Why RV Parks Have A Higher Return Than Just Money

When it comes to investing, most people look only at the numbers. But RV park owners enjoy dividends that stretch beyond simple economics. They can gain personal rewards that are equally as impressive as their financial benefits. So why do RV parks have a higher return than just money?

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Did You Know That The Star Of The Show “The Profit” Made His Fortune In RVs?

Marcus Lemonis is the star of the hit show “The Profit”, but most people don’t realize that he made his fortune in the RV industry. From 2001 to 2003 he served as CEO of Holiday RV Superstores Inc. Following that, he co-founded a company called Freedom Roads and began acquiring RV dealerships.

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Destination RV Park Vs. An Overnighter RV Park

Frank explains the differences between destination RV Park and and overnighter RV Park.

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How To Build An Exceptional RV Park Entrance

Frank discusses the little things you can do to make you're RV Park's entrance outstanding with little cost.

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How To Buy A RV Park

With 10,000 baby boomers retiring per day, there has never been more demand for RVs and the retirement lifestyle of traveling America in an RV. And with more RVs on the road (currently over 8 million of them), they all have to have a place to park for the night - or head for a destination.

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Is Buying A RV Park Worth The Investment

Do you enjoy people? Do you like being outdoors? Do you like being your own boss? If the answer is "no", then buying a RV Park is the worst thing that you could do. If you answered "yes", then read on and learn more about owning a RV Park.

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How To Make Every Day A Holiday When You Own A RV Park

Many people live out their lives without really enjoying their work. Then they retire and try to enjoy their final years, but really spend all their time fretting if their retirement savings will hold out. What if you could combine investing your savings with having the time of your life? Well, you can. And here's how to do it.

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How RV Parks Are A Better Investment Than Single Family Homes

When most people think of investing in real estate, they always think of single-family homes. Since most of us own a house, we feel like we have a pretty good handle on evaluating them and spotting a winner from a loser. But the problem is that everyone thinks that! As a result, you have so many people chasing houses that there is no profit in any of them.

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How To Earn Lifetime RV Park Customers

There are over 8,000,000 RV owners in the U.S. And they all have to stay somewhere. But that's no excuse for not treating every single one as though they are the most important customer in the world. That kind of attitude will propel you to the top of the pile in RV park owners - and reward you with outstanding occupancy and cash flow.

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How To Find A RV Park To Buy

Many investors are considering buying RV parks as not only an investment, but as a lifestyle choice. With millions of Americans approaching retirement, a very fundamental concept is combining one's retirement years with one's investment objectives - and this often points to a RV park as the best of both worlds.

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How To Buy A Job (And A Whole Lot More) At A RV Park

For some reason, many people put down the concept of "buying a job" when investing in real estate. Of course, those same people don't consider spending $200,000 to get a law degree "buying a job" as an attorney. Or $400,000 to "buy a job" as a doctor. Every kid in college today is spending $40,000 to $200,000 "buying a job" for when they get out (if they can find one). So why should real estate be different?

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How To Turn A RV Park Into A Destination Instead Of An Overnight Stay

With the price of gasoline and diesel fuel approaching $5 per gallon, many RV park owners are getting very concerned about how many guests will pull into their RV park this year. Although RV users are not as susceptible to fuel prices as the average American, due to higher disposable income and more willingness to spend it on their RV trips, it still makes sense to make the guests that come into your RV park stay for more nights.

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