I have recently discovered this forum so here is my 2 cents worth to add about POH’s. I have 17 POH. And one stick built house on the property here in the Texas Hill Country. I scratched this park out of the dirt in my twenties not knowing at all what I was doing. That was 30 years ago. If having POH homes were not profitable then someone forgot to tell me. Because it has been extremely good to me. It has afforded me the time and money to do things that my peers only dream of. I have traveled the world doing disaster relief work for the last 20 years all while managing the park myself. I have long term tenants, some here for 15 plus years. A smaller park with well run POH homes can net more than a larger portfolio of TOH. My rents are $1000 plus and we have a “You Break it, You Fix it” policy. My idea when I started this was not to build a massive portfolio, but a business that would provide financial freedom to allow me to do disaster work. Tent Making, biblically speaking. And it has done that and so much more. My hope had been to pass it along to my son, but he works Tech in Austin and has no interest in it so I have listed it on the MHP Store. So for me, POH have been THE best investment I have ever made. And I have set many ships out to sea for most only to come back empty if they came back at all. Well maybe aside from buying Ethereum at $145! My hearts desire is to see this place pass into the hands of a young couple and have their lives changed just as mine has. Any issues such as this sewer problem, or tenants not paying are all in my control and handled promptly because they are POH. I have not had one missed rent payment throughout this whole pandemic or anyone crying because of it. I treat my tenants with decency and understanding but they know that the rent must be paid. There are many advantages to having POH and control over my tenants is just one. My park has been debt free over 20 years and nets in the high 6 figures. I would rather have POH over TOH any day. It has been fabulous for me.