Now is the time of year when we all pause and feel thankful for everything we have, especially our family and friends.
On the one hand, since ‘getting the owner to the negotiating table’ is probably the most difficult task in a resident park purchase, the idea that an owner would contact me about selling his park to the group is really exciting.
Today I want to talk about 2): Park Resident Groups with an immediate problem.
The park owner wants to throw everyone out and close the park for redevelopment.
Yes, I know. It has been a while since my last Blog. In my defense, I have been really (really) busy. The nature of Resident Park Purchase deals is that, when they come along (which is seldom) one really needs to respond and try to determine if there really is a possible deal and if … Read more
I’m headed out on the road to California, and I always look forward to these trips because I get to do a lot of stuff that I REALLY enjoy.
I’m sitting in my office on a chilly Saturday morning, reflecting on LIFE, as we head into an uncertain and somewhat scary New Year.
Music playing (serendipitously) in the background is “Hotel California” by the Eagles. The song finishes with the lyrics “You can check out any time you like but you can never leave.”
This Blog is about my recent activities regarding resident park purchases and other affordable housing projects.
This Fall, there will be lots of decisions NOT made, since not making a decision may be the safest path in uncertain times. There will be lots of folks treading water until they see economic improvement they can count on.