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San Fernando Valley mobile home park residents prevail in lawsuit against owners

By |October 25th, 2015|

San Fernando Valley mobile home park residents prevail in lawsuit against owners

Five residents who alleged they were living under dangerous conditions, including an inadequate electrical system, are awarded a total of $350,000 in back rent.

July 27, 2009|Read More

Retaliatory Eviction Documents – Ken Meng Rowland Heights Mobile Estates

By |October 25th, 2015|

The following links provide invaluable information regarding park strategies to remove activists from parks.  In order for the links to work, please click on article title first.

evcd01 7 Day notice.pdf

evcd02 Second 7 Day Notice.pdf

evcd03 Third 7 Day Read More

No accord on mobile home rent control in Sonoma (May 2015)

By |May 14th, 2015|

BY WILLIAM ROHRS, INDEX-TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER, May 1, 2015

There weren’t enough chairs to go around.

Sonoma mobile home-park residents crowded the conference room in the Sonoma Valley Veterans Memorial Building this week to weigh in during an April 29 … Read More

“Due Diligence” and The Financing of Resident Park Purchases by David Loop

By |May 13th, 2015|

Lately, a good idea seems to be spreading around California’s mobilehome parks.  That idea is… mobilehome park resident groups can buy the parks where they live.  I recently helped with the legal aspects of two successful resident park     purchases … Read More

RESIDENT PURCHASE VERSUS CONDO-CONVERSION (2007)

By |May 13th, 2015|

RESIDENT PURCHASE VERSUS CONDO-CONVERSION

QUESTION by CoMO-CAL:  Please explain the differences between a resident purchase of a park and a condo– conversion.

ANSWER: (By Deane Sargent):

A condo conversion (or subdivision) divides the park into individual ownership interests (like squares … Read More

Park Purchases by Residents – “Getting On The Park Owner’s Radar” (2007)

By |May 13th, 2015|

Park Purchases by Residents – “Getting On The Park Owner’s Radar”

When a mobilehome park is put “on the market,” its residents usually miss the opportunity to buy it.  They most often learn the park was for sale after it … Read More

A Perfect Example How We Can Work Together (2006)

By |May 13th, 2015|

VALLE  VERDE COURTYARD, CHATSWORTH                                                                                                A Perfect Example How We Can Work Together

On September 1st, we started receiving calls from CoMO-CAL members in Valle Verde who had received seven-day notices.  Although some “violations” listed were reasonable, others were not.  In … Read More

UPGRADES UPON SALE—WHEN IS THE PARK JUSTIFIED? (2006)

By |May 13th, 2015|

Park management may never require upgrade repairs or improvements for a mobilehome that remains in the park unless all three of the following conditions are met:

Condition No. 1:  The repair or improvement is to the mobilehome, its appurtances, or … Read More

Oxnard Seniors Could Be Evicted (2006)

By |May 12th, 2015|

The following article was published in the Ventura County Star on January 26, 2006

By Charles Levin, clevin@VenturaCountyStar.com

 

Annie Brownstein felt secure about where she would live out her twilight years after buying a mobile home in Oxnard’s Royal … Read More

“WE WON’T GIVE THEM OUR MOBILE HOME!” (2006)

By |May 12th, 2015|

So said Peter and Jean Keyearts, co-owners of space 55 in Indian Hills after receiving the latest in a series of letters from Jeffrey Leek of Star Management demanding the Keyaerts move their mobile home.   The  Keyaerts have been trying … Read More

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