The October 2022 RV Park Investing Newsletter

RV Park Mastery Podcast: Episode 65 - How To Get An Extension

Buying an RV park typically includes a due diligence period and financing contingency. But what do you do when you can’t meet the timetable spelled out in the contract? In this RV Park Mastery podcast we’re going to review constructive steps to successfully obtaining an extension from the seller if that is necessary. In a perfect world everything would fall into place on the promised dates, but the world is not perfect.

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Short-Term Owners Create Big RV Park Suspicions

When you’re buying an RV park, the typical seller is an older mom and pop couple who either built the property from scratch or bought it several decades ago. That’s what everyone is used to seeing. But what does it mean when the seller has only owned the RV park for a couple years or less? Well, it’s never a good thing. Here are some of the issues to consider when you have a short-term owner as the seller of an RV park.

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RV Park Mastery Podcast: Episode 64 - Freedom From Fear

Between Hurricane Ian and the Federal Reserve it’s easy to get paralyzed by fear when looking at any RV Park deal – or even simply going to the grocery store. But life must go on. In this RV Park Mastery podcast we’re going to review decision-making techniques to help reduce your stress and to make better decisions possible on when deals should – or should not – be pursued.

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Any RV Park Beats Wall Street

There has been a disconnect in financial markets between values and making money. Michael Burry, the “Big Short” investor, recently noted that "This morning there were still 218 primary stock listings in the United States with a market cap over $1 billion and EBITDA less than NEGATIVE $100 million," he posted on Twitter. "29 of them had market caps over $10 billion, totaling $655 billion.". In addition to his concern about the fact that Wall Street is valuing worthless companies (based on actual net income) at billions of dollars, the results are already in based on the market’s performance. Over the past year, the Dow Jones, the Nasdaq and the S&P 500 are all down over 20%. And if you factor in the rate of inflation, that number jumps to nearly 30% in real dollars. That’s a terrible performance. And one that no RV park could ever possibly match.

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RV Park Mastery Podcast: Episode 63 - If You Can’t Trust Your Information Then You Can’t Trust Your Decisions

We live in an era of virtual assistants and delegation in the search of the “4-hour work week”. While there are some things you can assign to others, much of what’s needed to make good decisions in RV park investing can only come from your own experiences and information derivation. So what can you outsource and what do you need to actively be involved in? That’s the topic of this RV Park Mastery podcast.

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