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About Adventures in Mobile Homes: With over a decade of experience, I started out like most real estate investors investing in single-family homes. In the beginning, I found deals for other investors. After awhile, I started doing deals myself. Though, I found myself always working and was burnt out from being a landlord. So I dove into the wacky world of mobile home investing and here I am. It’s much more fun.
Year Started: 2007
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Podcast Episode #64: Real Estate Syndications & Passive Income InvestingJanuary 27, 2023
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