Realtor for 22 years and been in the Mobile Home Park industry for over 30 years. Selling MHParks and other investment properties such as self storages, resorts and RV campgrounds.
How I Got Here:
I guess it all started after a meeting with a business acquaintance in 1991. After talking to him about why he purchased a Mobile Home Park, I was SOLD.
This conversation was such an eye opener. This was a great investment for my retirement. I looked for two years until I found the right fit for my family. I learned a lot in these two years.
In 1993, I finally purchased a 43 pad Mobile Home Park in Salmon Arm. I was a hands on owner/manager for next 12 years. I have learned a lot from this experience and I believe it was a great investment for me and my family.
I have been a professional realtor for the last 22 years, helping investors and home buyers find their perfect fit.
The Way I Work:
I love what I do. Anyone that talks to me can feel that within minutes. I am SOLD on Mobile Home Parks as a great investment. I believe my many years of owning a Mobile Home Park has given me a lot of experience that I now bring to the table to do the best possible job for my clients.
Sellers contact me when they want to sell their parks because they know that I understand their needs. They need confidentiality and discretion when selling their parks as well as someone to protect their interests.
Buyers rely on me to help them work through the processes of protecting their interest in a contract of purchase and sale. Inspecting the park and its services with them and checking with the various government agencies involved in the running of the Mobile Home Park. I can also assist with finding them suitable financing. Many of my clients have come back to use my services again, because of the bond we have built working together. This is the ultimate reward for me.
I have written an article in the Western Investor that explains more about the advantages of park ownership. Please feel free to contact me anytime if I can be of assistance to you.
Best wishes, Bill