Mobile Home Park Investing – Digging For Gold In A Trailer Park


Mobile Home Park Investing – Digging For Gold In A Trailer Park

This week we discuss mobile home park investing with Jefferson Lilly. Think you are too high-brow for this type of investing? You might want to take another look. We discuss the ins and outs of investing in mobile home parks, how technology improves your odds of success, and the importance of location. This was an eye-opener of an interview.

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Today's Guest:  Jefferson Lilly

Jefferson is a mobile home park investment expert and educator. He is the founder of Park Avenue Partners, a private equity real estate fund that acquires and operates mobile home parks nationwide. His investment funds are returning 8% - 15% cash annually to Limited Partners. Both personally and through his partnerships, Jefferson has acquired 25 MHPs in 13 states since 2007 totaling over $56MM in value. He started the industry’s first MHP podcast and the largest group on LinkedIn dedicated to investing in mobile home parks. Prior to beginning to manage investors’ money in 2014, Jefferson spent seven years investing his own capital in mobile home parks and consulting to high-net-work families with interest in the manufactured housing industry. Jefferson has been featured in the New York Time, Bloomberg Magazine, and on the Real Money television show. He holds a B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from the Wharton School of Business.

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