A mobile home park has too many moving pieces to do it all yourself.

Occasionally, you’ll need help from specialists who can complete repairs or tasks faster than it would take you to learn by trial and error.

In other cases, you may want to put someone on the payroll to help you maintain your park.

In this module, you will learn how to secure favorable pricing and good service from the contractors and employees that can make your life as a property manager a lot easier.

Lessons In This Module

  1. Module 10 – Introduction
  2. Who Do You Need to Run a MH Park?
  3. What You Get When You Hire a Pro
  4. The Challenge and How to Build a Solid Team
  5. Build Your Team of Trusted Contractors
  6. Build Your Team of Trusted Professionals
  7. Build Your Team of Trusted Vendors
  8. Build Your In-House Team of Employees
  9. Next Steps and Action Items


You may need to right-click the following links and select Save Link As to download the file to your computer

ItemTypeDescriptionDownload / Link
YelpReview SiteIf your city is listed, you can browse to the Professional Services section and see if the people you are considering have any reviews.Visit Site
Angie's ListReview SiteConsumers use Angie's list to write reviews about service providers. You can use it to find a provider with good reviews (or to check out the provider you are thinking about using). Providers who don't respond to complaints lodged on Angie's List are put into the "Penalty Box."Visit Site
RotaryProfessional Service ClubRotary is a professional service club where you can meet fellow business owners. This can be a great source of referrals.Visit Site
Better Business Bureau (BBB)Professional OrganizationThe Better Business Bureau vision is "An ethical marketplace where buyers and sellers can trust each other. " If you look for the "BBB for Consumers - Check Out a Business" section, you can check out local service providers that you are thinking about using in your park.Visit Site
Employment PostersUS Department Of LaborYou can use this tool to identify which posters you need to display if you have employees and then you can print the posters.Visit Site

Employee Rights Posters – Federal

  • Employee Polygraph Protection Act (EPPA)
  • Equal Employment Opportunity Act
  • Family and Medical Leave Act
  • Federal Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
  • Job Safety and Health Protection
  • Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA)

Check with your attorney to determine which additional posters you need depending on the state where your employees are working.