Listing ID: 82472
Southgate trailer park has a huge growth potential, possibilities at the current revenue your rate of return is very good in today’s market. There are 16 mobile homes, 5 of those are tenant owned, 2 triplexes and a single family home. This park has the potential of having 33 mobile homes. Since Hays and the surrounding area is in need of lower income housing this is the time to full fill that need. For more information call Lyn Klein, Broker 785-432-3322 or Luke Scoby, Agent 785-650-3237.
- Asking Price: $675,000
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Mobile homes, Single family home and 2- triplex's (Home Based)
The owner own most all mobile home parks and is selling 3 parks.
Excellent potential with shortage of low income housing.
This Business Is Home Based
Why is the Current Owner Selling The Business?
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Existing Debts and Future Obligations
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Understanding the Customer Base, Competition and Area Demographics
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