• Several new rental homes coming on the market.

    Over the last few weeks we have several new rentals for sale. From as low as $25,000 with $350 to $550 rent to the owner.

    Call me ASAP as the won't last long.

    361 522 5564

    We offer a completely turn key rental program. The best way to be a landlord. Our complete staff handles evertything from helping you puy the home, set it up, leasing and maint you just get a chceck at the end of the month.

  • Why in the world would you want to buy a mobile home as a rental?

    When you're looking for a return on your money our mobile home deals are hard to beat.

    You can own the home, get the return and not take the late night calls for repairs and problems, or have to find a renter, pay the bills or have any worry on it at all.

    These homes will last at least 40 years, if they are kept up, if not longer. I love it when I hear people say how mobile homes aren't built like stick built homes.

    People look at a 1973 junker and say see! but what they don't see is that the home has never been painted or resided in that time. How many stick built homes can go 40 years without paint or new siding? Oh but the inside looks like hell, again when have you seen a stick built home that's not had anything remodeled inside in 40 years?

    All of the flap on mobile homes has been put out there from the builders of stick homes, to lower your idea on the homes. The truth be told, most mobile homes are built much better than stick built homes but way cheaper.

    How about a building cost of $26 per sqft?  Let's see you build a home for that. This is a 1982 home that still brings in $450 per month. never been painted or a complete remodel. Yes it needs some work but it has saved the owner tons of money because they just keep living on and on. For $3000 in remodeling you could have a very nice looking home. Think with that a while and you'll get my point.


  • Here's the perfect rental home.

    Here's the perfect rental home.

    This is a small one bedroom home band new. Perfect of one or two people. It will rent for a return of $350 per month to owner.

    The price is $26,500

    That's $4,200 per year minus 6% management fees or about $4,000 per year which, in a perfect world, would be a 15% return on the investment.

    And as always we do all of the work, you just get a check.

    Call me at 361 522 5564

  • Turn $34,500 into $475+ per month for the next 40 years

    We have 2 homes for sale, both arer 14x70 3 bedrooms 2 baths 2010's for $34,500 each.

    The return is between $450 to $500 per month. We do all of the work you just get checks.

    After doing these projects for over a decade we are a sure bet of an investment. We offer the only 100% turn key projects, that I know of, in the business. We take pride in the fact that we've helped others, find affordable living, and make our investors a nice retirement income. A true win win.

    Let me know if there's any questions.


  • Big return on your money

    Hey there,
    After 20+ years in this business I've seen a lot of changes, from wanting to have park owned homes to them being the curse of the business.
    But for the guy that's looking for a big return on a small investment, it's the king.
    A few months ago while talking to a few clients about their self-managed IRA's, I saw they had a different target than I had really looked at before.
    When it came down to the simple bottom line, they wanted to get more money into their funds.
    I sat back and ran a bunch of numbers on this and found, the under the right circumstances, owning mobile homes as rentals was a much better return than owning a small park. I already knew it was a great deal just didn't see it as clearly before.
     I know, I hear the snarls....but lets look at it.
    Right now we have a 2009 3 bedroom 2 bath home that will rent for $580 after expenses (lot rent, management fees), $800 total rent. We're selling this home for $31,000 to investors. That's a great return on your money, 20% +. Now here's where the right circumstances come in. We have it in our park, we completely manage it, (keep it leased, handle all repairs, pay it's bills) all you do it get paid at the end of the month.
    Even if it's not rented for two months per year, something that we never let happen, in 10.5 years you've doubled your money and offset your income taxes from using the depreciation. We have homes that are still in our rental pools that are 40 years old and still pumping out good rents. Now there will be repairs and make-overs over the years, but we just did complete updates on 10 of our older homes, the average cost per home was $2,200. These are money making cows for sure, but only if they are managed right. And that's what we offer.
     As of today we have over 50 homes in our rental pool and are adding weekly. All of our investors have started with one home after seeing it work, all have bought more. Most own 4 homes or more, one investor has 13.
     I love it when I'm told, John I can buy that home for $20,000. My response is simple, yep that could be but you can't buy our service and knowhow for that. If you want to have those midnight calls and hammering tenants to pay the rent, you can do it cheaper. If you want a high return on your money and just get paid, this is the number one best way to do it.
    Call me with more questions 361 522 5564
  • funny conversation

    Every now and then I have a conversation that I just have to share:

     I was going over some numbers on an investment program we have, and have had for several years, with a broker.

    After going over everything, he says,  John you'll never do very well with this. The numbers are to good and no one will trust it. What you need to do is lower the return to about 12% then it will become believable.

    I just had to laugh. Sorry I'd rather fail to sell them than cut someone short(although we've sold 50+ over the last 2 years). I set what I want to make off of a project and I'm very happy to give the investor a big great deal on it


  • Making big money simple off of your self managed IRA

    Here's a little something to consider for your self managed IRA or cash you want to make the best return you can on:

       We own and manage parks in Texas, Montana and New Mexico.
       Right now we have several small parcels of land in Kingsville, TX that we're about to develop and sell.
       These are all turn key deals.
    We will be building 4 space parks with 2006 or newer homes in them. I know, no one wants park owned homes, but hear me out.
    These homes will bring in $750 per month x 4 equaling $3,000 per month, $36,000 per year. Using the new homes make the upkeep low for at least 5 to 8 years. That's about $280,000 in income over that time.
    Our company will be managing it at 6% of the monthly gross and our maintenance guys will handle all repairs at $20 per hour plus parts. You get a check every month and that's all you have to do.
    We're offering these parks at $168,000.00  and they will have new electric, water as well as sewer lines. All utilities will be paid by the tenants (they even get their own trash services).
    Let's say you net $30,000 per year in 12 years you will have doubled your investment.
    Let me know what questions you have on this.
    John Hurd
  • Rentals property for sale.

    Here's one of our newest deals:we have 4, 1bedroom, 1 bath homes. Built in 2006. Priced at $21,500, return is $282 per month after expenses. As always this is a turn key deal, we do everything and you just get checks.

    Call me with questions 361 522 5564

  • Rental for sale

    We have new offering, it's a 2006 2 bedroom 2 bath mobile, it's been rented for about a year now and they should be there for another 3 years. The rent income is $450 per month less a 6%  management fee. The sale price is $31,500. As with all of our properties this home is in one of our parks, we manage it, keep it filled and handle all repairs. We charge $20 per hour plus parts for repairs and $250 commission for new leases. The one we offered yesterday was gone in less than an hour. The ROI is right at 17%

    Call me at 361-522-5564 or email me at

  • Tails from the dark side of the park

    Every month we have a few evections to deal with and sometimes they get ugly. We have a park in Indaina where we had several going on at the same time. Seems they all got together and left at the same time, but they didn't leave without a statement. They all plugged up the drains in the sinks and tubs, then turned on the water just before they left. With total luck and some other really good tenants, we were told this was about to happen and got the water shut off before to much damage was done.  It's always an amazement to me, that we're the bad guys for thinking they should have to pay the rent.

  • $146,902 buys you a $2,625 monthly return

     We have a new offering, as most know we own and manage mobile home and RV parks accross the country. Inside some of these parks we have investors that own rental homes, we do a turn key program for them, manage, fill and repairs. Today we have 6 homes turning $2,625 pre month, combined, for sale for $146,902. You can buy them all or just one or two at at time. Contact me for more info. These never last long so it's first cash first serve.

  • $23,400 buys you $480 per month return. Sorry this one sold in under an hour.

    This is the second offering of the day and things are heating up. We are offering a 14 x 68 mobile inside one of our parks. It's been in our rental pool for several years and have a very good track record. We're selling it for $23,400 and the return to date is $480 after lot rent and management fees. Call me toay with questions.

    We offer a complete turn key program, we do everything and all you have to do it put your chec in the bank. These homes are in our own parks, we manage them, fill and repair. management fees are 8%, new lease fees are $250 and repairs are billed out at $20 per hour plus parts.

  • Creating Safe Low Income Housing Through Resident Respect & Empowerment

    View our interview from the KHOU News broadcast in Houston TX.

    YOU’VE SEEN IT BEFORE, low income housing. Fix it up, repair it, and improve it. Immediately it begins to fall apart again. Crime moves in, and spills over into surrounding neighborhoods and beyond. The tenants themselves are sometimes the source of the destruction. So why should we care, and what can we do? Those residents obviously like to live that way, right? 

    EVERYONE, NO MATTER THEIR INCOME LEVEL, DESERVES A SAFE PLACE TO LIVE and to enjoy their life with respect and without fear. Unfortunately, the housing options available to low-income households have negative reputations in society. The quality of life within these communities is not what it should be. The rate of crime, drug abuse, and violence is often very high. This crime and the wasted taxpayer dollars negatively impact the entire community.

    We believe that this does not need to be the case. A safe, happy life is possible no matter what your income level is. It’s been proven that people function better in a safe environment. Wouldn’t it improve our society as a whole if we could stop the cycle of destruction, and help empower low income families to take charge of their lives and homes, and improve their lot in life? 

    EACH INDIVIDUAL residing in the property has their own story and needs. We believe that only a small percentage are truly destructive. Most, with the proper education and assistance, want to and will improve their conditions. We’ve been proving this successfully for many years.

    WE DON’T NEED MORE POLICE, WE NEED FEWER CRIMINALS. We begin by spotting the criminal element inside the complex. It’s our belief that criminals are not criminals because they want to be, but are criminals because that’s the only way they know to survive. Some can be rehabilitated fairly easily, given the right education and conditions. This we provide through partnerships with other organizations. Those criminals—drug dealers, pimps, child molesters, sex offenders, thieves, racketeers, and gangsters -- who are not cooperative are banished from the community.

    The remaining tenants, those who are interested in working toward a better life, are interviewed to determine the type of education and assistance they need to effect stable change in their lives. Our partners, experts in financial management, personal safety, career choices and training, small business opportunities, personal health and well being, help those willing to take charge of their own lives and their surroundings. 

    THE RESULT is a safe, sane, well run community, and residents who are empowered to better their conditions in life, and improve their self respect, no longer relying on public assistance, and contributing to the health and prosperity of all.


    WE WANT TO INSPIRE YOU! Watch us work. We’ll be posting photos and videos, and BLOGGING about our current projects. We hope that others will begin similar work in communities across the country and the world. 

    WE ARE HERE TO SUPPORT YOU with our decades of experience in the evaluation, purchase, rehabilitation and day to day management of your projects. Our goal is to take this model viral, improving the economy and the lives of low income families, and thereby improving our overall economy and community as a whole.

    Watch an interview with John Hurd talking about this project.