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Midwest Park Raising $10M Fund for Mobile Home Investments

Midwest Park Capital LLC, a private real estate investment firm specializing in the mobile home park vertical, has launched Midwest Park Capital Fund 1 LLC, With the new $10-million fund, West Loop-based Midwest Park Capital intends to assemble a diversified portfolio of low-risk, high cash-flow mobile home park assets.

“Residents typically own their mobile homes, but rent the property from the park owners,” said fund co-manager Jonathan Tuttle. “There are still about 92% of mom and pop owners, meaning it’s an industry ripe for disruption and acquisition.”

Fund co-manager Cristian E. Dukes said, “The goal of this fund is to help solve the affordable housing crisis for everyday Americans, while providing strong and stable returns for our accredited investor partners.”

The fund intends to provide both current income and longer-term projected gain through acquiring and operating a portfolio of income-producing mobile home communities and mobile home parks nationwide.

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