Resident ownership in New Hampshire's "mobile home parks": A report on economic outcomes (revised 2010)

@inproceedings{Ward2006ResidentOI,
  title={Resident ownership in New Hampshire's "mobile home parks": A report on economic outcomes (revised 2010)},
  author={Sally K. Ward and Charlie A. French and Kelly L. Giraud},
  year={2006}
}
The principal findings of this benchmark study are that residents who own their manufactured home communities, commonly referred to as mobile home parks, have consistent economic advantages over their counterparts in investorowned communities, as evidenced by lower lot fees, higher average home sales prices, faster home sales, and access to fixed rate home financing. additionally, residents who own their communities consistently perceive greater control over and stability in their lot rents and… Expand

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