The March 2021 RV Park Investing Newsletter

RV Park Mastery Podcast: Episode 23 - Lessons Learned From Failed RV Parks

Most RV parks are successful, but there are some that just don’t work out for any owner. So what are the attributes that make an RV park a loser, and can those be fixed? That’s the topic of this RV Park Mastery podcast. We’re going to explore what qualities make RV parks too dangerous to handle, as well as strategies to mitigate those risks.

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Expanding RV Parks: A Primer

It is estimated that there will be roughly 51,000 new sites of expansion in the U.S. among existing RV park owners. In many markets, this can be the right choice to expand your profitability and the depth of your product offerings. But is this the right choice for your RV park? Here’s a primer on the key issues to consider.

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What You Do Today Defines Your Tomorrow

2021 will be no different than 2020 if you don’t take action today. Just like a gardener, you will not have a majestic oak in the future unless you plant that acorn today. And if you want to improve your financial health, then this is the time to make movement. For many investors, the correct action should be to buy an RV park. Just one of these assets can change your financial stability for generations. So how do you take the first steps toward successfully buying and operating an RV park?

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RV Park Mastery Podcast: Episode 22 - Understanding Mom And Pop Sellers

Many of the best RV park deals involve sellers who are the original builders of the RV park – and these are commonly known as “mom and pops”. But what makes them unique and what do you need to know about working with this select group? In this RV Park Mastery podcast we’re going to review the typical attributes of mom and pop sellers, and how to position yourself as a buyer for maximum success.

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Retiring On One RV Park: A Reasonable Expectation

The concept of “retirement” is overworked and commonplace on any investing website. But their concept of “retirement” and yours may be completely different. Sure, you’ll get social security, but at $1,200 per month on average it’s less than impressive. So what’s your plan? For many investors, a good one is buying an RV park. And it only takes one if properly purchased and operated.

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