Two-time best-selling author Mike Conlon, aka “The Main Street Millionaire,” elaborates on some of the options available to real estate investors in mobile home and apartment communities.
Cary, NC – October 7, 2015 – Mike Conlon, President and CEO of Affordable Communities Group, LLC (http://www.acgmhc.com) aka the “Main Street Millionaire” has posted a new article on his website entitled, “Would You Choose to Invest In Manufactured Housing Communities or Apartment Communities?” There will not be a grade on this article that appears to be a quiz for the quizzical real estate investor. It’s really for the reader to make a personal assessment.
As Mr. Conlon states, “Your answer will reveal more about your investment savvy than you may think. What you choose initially could change dramatically once you read the reasons I have found that investing in Manufactured Housing Communities (MHCs) is far superior to investing in apartment communities.”
Conlon’s commitment to his investment strategy is solid. He writes, “I stand by the following five reasons and teach these to those beginning their investment careers.” He continues adding, “If you combine the desire to make money with the desire to fill this country’s growing need for affordable housing, you could be on your way to something bigger than you imagined.
The entire article can be read at http://www.mainstreetmillionaire.com/would-you-choose-to-invest-in-manufactured-housing-communities-or-apartment-communities/
About Mike Conlon:
Mike Conlon, aka the Main Street Millionaire, provides his audience with an unconventional, no-B.S.-insight on the investment and entrepreneur arenas based on his 15+ years of street-wise investment success that has made him a multi-millionaire.
Mike is President and majority owner of Affordable Communities Group (ACG), LLC based in Cary, NC, which currently owns 25 manufactured home communities (3,000+ spaces) in North Carolina, Alabama, Maryland, Indiana, Illinois and Ohio. Mike has bought, rehabbed, and subsequently sold 15 multi-family deals resulting in over $70 million of proceeds since 2002. In the 1990’s, Mike grew a financial planning broker-dealer from $1.2 million in gross revenue to over $40 million in five years and sold it to a large national insurance company. Mike also owned a financial planning practice that he grew to over $100 million in assets before selling in 2002. Mike received his law degree from the U. of Minnesota in 1990.
Mike just published his first book called Unconventional Wealth: The New Main $treet Millionaires, which is available on Amazon.com. He has become a mentor and educator to numerous small business owners and real estate investors throughout the country. Mike can be reached at email@example.com