Then consider what owning and operating an RV park could mean.
Instead of slaving away at a desk, you can enter the world of RV living - from part-time campers to full time RV enthusiasts… you’ll spend your days surrounded by people who are excited to be where you are.
You can play tour guide, helping families find the best hidden gems in your area.
You can choose your location - from serene nature settings to more fast-paced metro areas.
You can run your business the way you want - whether you want to live by the honor system or have strict policies in place.
The choice is completely yours when you own and operate an RV park…
And the best part is that it’s all 100% building YOUR dream and YOUR future… not the future of someone else.
Here’s the thing about RV Parks: they’re a lot of fun. Many of them can feel like a big backyard barbeque - families milling around, getting to know one another… long-time friends reuniting as they take vacations together year after year… an atmosphere of fun and relaxation, no matter where you are.
But even more than that… they’re a truly low-maintenance, easy way to grow your investment.
On average, an RV park will yield 10-20%+ on your money. In fact, they’re among the highest-yielding of all real estate assets. If your goal is to maximize the return on your investment… RV parks are a pretty good place to start.
What’s more - RV parks are at the center of a number of “megatrends” - big changes in America that have a huge effect on business.
- The aging of the Baby Boomers (those born between 1946 and 1964) who are retiring at the rate of 10,000 per day. On the list of many of these folks is buying an RV and traveling America…
- The rise of the Millennials (those in their 20s and 30s) who are taking to RV travel due to its simplicity and family bonding potential…
- The reduction in gasoline prices (RVs have big fuel tanks)…
- The low level of bank interest rates….
- The better designs, gas mileage and price points of modern RVs.
Can you get more positive megatrends than that in one sector? Doubtful.