“I love investing in real estate because when we own a community, we get to make decisions as owners that deeply impact the lives of our residents and its neighboring properties and can change a whole character of a neighborhood or a city.”
Daniel Weisfield is such an interesting guy with an amazing story. He is 37 years old, blessed to be married to an amazing woman, and has 2 young kids. He used to work at the U.S. Department of State, got his J.D./M.B.A., and now, he is a third-generation mobile home park investor. Go give him a follow on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/daniel-weisfield-33940613/
5 years ago, Daniel made a very fortunate life decision to be a mobile park investor and started his own company, Three Pillar Communities. Daniel’s professional mission is to turn the “trailer park” stereotype on its head. Now, they operate more than 50 manufactured housing communities in 11 states, serving 10,000+ residents, and creating neighborhoods that their residents are proud to call home.
Fun Fact: He loves to travel the world and speaks 5 different languages.
In this episode we discuss:
✅ Mobile Home Park
✅ Manufactured Homes
✅ Impacting Lives Through Real Estate
✅ Value-add Opportunities
✅ Generational Hold Philosophy
✅ Selling and Refinancing
Great quotes from the episode include:
“I made a very fortunate life decision to be a mobile home park investor.”
“I grew up around a mobile car, did a bunch of other things in my career, and finally, a light bulb went off, and realized this is what I want to do with my life.”
“The beauty of real estate is instead of selling, you can refinance, tap into the equity.”
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