If you’ve been considering downsizing your home to save money and have some more free time on your hands, then have you considered moving into a mobile home park?
Modern mobile home parks are great little communities and have a lot of advantages. One being lowering your living expenses and having more free time to really get out there and enjoy living, rather than being a slave to an expensive mortgage.
The biggest advantage of living in this kind of community environment is that these parks are very professionally managed, often by companies like Sierra Corporate Management. This means you can live freely without really having to worry about upkeep and maintenance in the area where you live.
We’ll now take a look at just a few of the ways a well managed mobile home park can add value to your life and make things easier.
It Doesn’t Matter Whether You Own or Rent Your Mobile Home
There really is no differentiation when it comes to how you’re treated as a resident of a modern mobile home park that is being attended by an expert management team.
Everyone in the park is an important member of a very close knit community and everybody will be treated with respect so long as residents show due respect as well.
Your managers are there to talk with you about any concerns you may have, mediate any possible disputes with other park residents and generally ensure a positive vibe within the community.
Kick Back and Relax Knowing Your Management Team is Looking After Your Surroundings
Residents are expected to play their part in looking after the mobile home park that they call home. This means respecting community and resident property, cleaning up after yourself in community areas, looking after the lot where you live and so on.
That said, the majority of the cleaning, gardening, maintenance and any repairs that need to be carried out will be handled by the managers. If contractors need to be called in to take care of tree trimming, lawns and the like, the management handles all of that.
Community areas will also be cleaned and maintained by park management, along with things like painting and generally keeping the entire grounds looking respectable.
Management Maintains Park Security
One of the biggest advantages of living in a community like a mobile home park is safety and security. You and your family will feel comforted knowing that your managers have your back and your safety in mind at all times.
It’s one of the reasons why mobile homes parks will always have a list of park rules and regulations. These are designed to maintain the integrity of the park on a number of levels, including ensuring the quiet enjoyment of the park for all residents, making sure no illegal activity takes place within the park, and that everybody respects the park and other residents.
Some mobile home parks even hire part-time or full-time security guards to guarantee park safety, particularly after dark.
Enjoy Life Without So Many Responsibilities
When you choose to live in a mobile home park, you’ll discover you have less responsibilities, as well as having more money and more time on your hands.
Your stress levels will go down dramatically due to having less to think about or even worry about. Your park is looked after for you, and taking care of a small mobile home and lot really takes no effort at all on your part.
Finally you can start living the dream, where you can do more of what you really enjoy doing without all your spare time being taken up with errands, chores, cleaning and home maintenance.
Your park managers take care of just about everything on your behalf.
Take Advantage of the Park Amenities
Most mobile home parks have public amenities and facilities for all park dwellers and their guests to enjoy.
These may include things like a game’s room for both adults and the kids to have fun, possibly a swimming pool, barbecue and outdoor eating areas where you can get to know other residents or entertain your friends.
Mobile home parks allow you to live a more fun and stress free life, thanks to the community vibe and effective park management.