About a year ago, I bought my 2nd park. The previous owner had a “legal agent” that he paid $10 per lot to manage all issues with the park from simple lease violations to evictions and everything else in between. Basically if the park manager had any issues with any tenants, he would contact the legal agent who would then call the tenant to settle the issue. This legal agent also would represent the park in court for evictions, he would also do negotiations with problem tenants to try to get them to sell their home to the park in an effort to get them to move out of the park. I have kept paying him for the year that I have owned the park and am looking at having him do this for my other park as well. It has been real handy having him aboard as he pretty much just takes care of my problems (always keeping me in the loop and advised). Should my manager be doing this stuff for me? I do think my tenants respond to him better than they would to my manager getting on their case about things. I am wondering if anyone else does anything else like this and how it has worked out for you.
Is this money well spent? or is it an expense that could be eliminated with a better manager? I appreciate all thoughts on this. Thanks
This guy is not an attorney. He refers to himself as a legal agent.