Legislation MN is working on to try and tax incentivize MHP owners to favor selling communities to the residents.
BUT the links in the article to another story are i think great reads
2017: Residents rented the land their mobile homes sat on for about $480 each month. Comparable situations are hard to come by.
I know that certain submarkets in MN are expensive that could have been low but nots rue even a 600 rent would fend of the viability of an 800 unit apartment project.
And one resident Frank Adelmann
“This is my home. I’m not going to leave Lowry Grove.”
Adelmann died on June 20. The St. Anthony Police Department confirmed he took his own life.
This is a cost above anything … human life
Additional comment from article:
“A number of people moved to other mobile home parks — those were the ones lucky enough to have manufactured homes that could be moved,” he told MinnPost in 2018. “Other folks, families have split up and people have moved away from the region or moved out of the Twin Cities. Other people went through periods of homelessness afterwards, so there’s a wide range of experiences.”
Another good referenced article regarding this issue in Twin Cities: