Choosing Between a Land Leased or Land Owned Manufactured Home Community

Land Lease Community

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Camelot Lakes, a luxury 55+ manufactured home community in Sarasota, FL.

If you grew up in a small town, you’ll remember that feeling of community, that sense of living where everyone knew your name. What if you could recapture that feeling?

In manufactured home land-leased communities, that feeling is alive and well. There is often a sense of safety and security within these communities, where residents care about the well-being and health of their neighbors.

In land-lease communities, you will own your home, but rent the land on which the home sits. Depending on the community, these fees can range from $300-1,000.

In many communities, your monthly fee will cover lawn care, water treatment, and the use of community amenities. In resort-style communities, your fee may be slightly higher, but will often include access to luxury amenities.

For instance, in Rolling Greens, a 55+ luxury manufactured home community in Ocala, the amenities are state-of-the-art. In this community, the lot rent includes base rent, water/sewer, lawn maintenance and curbside trash service.

Residents also get to enjoy numerous amenities, from a new state-of-the-art clubhouse, to the 18-hole executive golf course. Like other land-lease communities, Rolling Greens hosts monthly events, which helps establish a vibrant and active sense of community.

When looking into land-lease communities, ask the manager about their guidelines to ensure they fit your lifestyle. These guidelines are in place to help maintain a pleasant environment for all residents, and to help ensure the protection of your investment.

You’ll find that the guidelines encourage residents to take pride in their homes and their community. It’s something you’ll see as you drive down the street, and something you can count on.

One great aspect of purchasing a home in a land-lease community is the low up-front costs. You won’t have property taxes assocaited with your home, nor will you have the up-front cost of purchasing land along with a home.

If you’re looking for affordability, great amenities, a well-maintained neighborhood and a sense of community, land-lease manufactured homes are a great option.

Land-Owned Communities 

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Lazy Days, a land-owned community in Fort Myers, Florida.

Land lease communities offer a lot of benefits, but the downside is that you don’t own the land on which your home sits. In land-owned manufactured home communities, residents own both their homes and the land.

When you purchase the land/lot in this type of community you will be purchasing the land with a specific legal description. The land price can range from $35,000 to $75,000. Monthly maintenance fees range from $100 to $300.

Monthly dues are for the use of the facilities, amenities and common area. This option means you will not have to pay a larger monthly lot rent, but your initial costs will be much higher, as you will have to purchase the home and the land.

Land-owned communities are a good option for people who have more money to invest. All lots in a Land Owned Subdivision will be owned by individual owners who form a Homeowners Association. The members of the Association elect a board of directors to manage common elements.

Land-owned communities still feature much of that same small town feel as land-lease communities. They will often host events and have resort-style amenities, just not as often as a land leased community.

Choosing a manufactured home community can be daunting. Whatever you choose, be assured that you’ll make wonderful friends and have a home that you can love for years to come.

Especially with new construction manufactured homes, you can expect all the same details and stylistic features you’d find in a comparable site-built home, with the added benefit of being energy efficient.

If you’d like help selecting a manufactured home community in Florida, our dedicated team of specialists would love to help. Contact us to learn more, or to see what homes we have available for purchase and to rent. Whether you’re looking for something permanent or seasonal, we’re here to help!

 

Want an Energy Efficient Home? Choose a Manufactured Home

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Finding everything on your dream home wishlist might seem like an HGTV miracle, but manufactured homes are here to surprise and delight you. Many 2017 manufactured homes are built with modern, stylish interiors that include upgraded features like granite, stainless steel, laminate wood flooring and over-sized garden tubs.

These chic homes aren’t just easy on the eye, they are energy efficient too! We’re going to take a look at Skyline Homes, a craftsman manufactured home builder that partners with Energy Star to bring you the greenest homes available today.

green homes, energy star homes, energy efficient homes, energy efficient manufactured homes, energy efficient mobile homes, green mobile homesAs an Energy Star partner, Skyline’s homes must meet guidelines for energy efficiency set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. In fact, their homes are 20 to 30 percent more efficient than most standard homes. To achieve this, Skyline uses:

  • Top-Grade Insulation
  • Extensive caulking and tight construction to eliminate unwanted drafts
  • High-Performance Windows and Doors
  • Use of UL and Energy Star approved materials including low-escape air ducts

According to the National Association of Home Builder’s latest survey of home buyer preferences, Energy Star appliances and windows, along with an overall Energy Star rating, were among the top-5 most wanted features. Other wanted features include a programmable thermostat, which is available as an upgrade in Skyline homes.

green homes, energy star homes, energy efficient homes, energy efficient manufactured homes, energy efficient mobile homes, green mobile homesOver the course of a year, a single family can expect to pay about $2,060 in energy bills, according to Energy Star. Green homes can cut that bill by upwards of $300 a year or more. If saving money isn’t enough, these homes are also more comfortable too. Certified Energy Star homes keep out excessive heat, cold, and noise, and ensure a consistent temperature between and across rooms.

 

Other manufactured home builders, like Clayton Homes, are also Energy Star certified. Like Skyline, they meet or exceed government standards for green homes. Both companies also use green building practices during construction, which means they produce less waste on average than comparable site-built homes.

At Newby Management, we are proud to bring you the latest and most energy-efficient manufactured homes on the market. Many of our communities now feature new 2017 manufactured homes for sale. The home showcased in this blog is located at Rolling Greens, a premier 55+ golf course community located in Ocala, Florida. green homes, energy star homes, energy efficient homes, energy efficient manufactured homes, energy efficient mobile homes, green mobile homes

This home is energy efficient, and beautiful too. Home buyers will love the chef’s kitchen, complete with granite counters, stainless steel appliances and gorgeous laminate flooring. The cathedral ceilings open up the home and let in Florida’s beautiful sunlight. With an open floor plan, you’re ready to entertain friendly neighbors whenever you please. Plus, it features a large screened-in porch where you can enjoy the sunshine state’s fabulous year-round weather. And during those warm summer months, you don’t have to worry about keeping your home nice and cool.

We have new construction manufactured like this and many more available in Newby Management communities across the state. We can also help you choose a home and floor plan that works best for you. Whatever new construction home you choose, you can be rest-assured knowing it will meet the highest energy efficiency building standards to date.  Let us help you go green!

Learn More about the Showcased Home: Rolling Green’s Energy Efficient Home

Sources: https://www.energystar.gov

 

Why Pickleball is Becoming America’s New Favorite Sport

Pickleball, seniors pickleball, pickleball in florida, 55+ community, active adult community Watch out, tennis because there’s a new sport in town. A combination  of tennis, badminton and table tennis, pickleball is one of the fastest growing sports in America. It’s a great way to get active for young and old alike.

The sport is played on a badminton-sized court with a modified tennis net. Players use a plastic ball with holes in it and they serve across the net, much like in tennis. The rules are simple and easy to learn, but it can develop into a fast-paced game for more experienced players.

In fact, it’s becoming so popular one business was able to go from an online store to a retail store in just three years. Pickle Pro started off selling pickleball paddles online, and was able to open up a store four years ago in Naples Florida. The owner says the company grows about 150% per year.

For two years, more than 1,300 athletes compete in the U.S. Open, a seven-day national pickleball tournament held at East Naples Commuity Park. That’s a 40% increase in participants from the first tournament held in 2016.

Although the sport is growing in popularity across the nation, Florida is becoming a hub for pickle-ball lovers everywhere. The U.S. Open is helping Naples become the ‘Pickleball Capital of the World’. While in town, local stores sell everything from paddles and balls to special shoes designed with pickleball in mind.

Players say the sport is addicting, and it’s being touted as the number one way for active adults to stay in shape. It’s great cardio, while being easy on joints. This combination is causing 55+ communities to start adding pickleball courts to their list of amenities.

At Newby Management, we are no exception. In fact, many of our communities now have dedicated pickleball courts, along with hosted games and even tournaments. With Florida’s year-round beautiful weather, there’s never a bad time to get outside and see why pickleball is America’s new favorite sport.

See Pickleball in action at one of our premier 55+ communities in Ocala, FL: Rolling Greens Pickleball 

Sources:

Pickleball Grows In Popularity As A Way To Get Moving

https://www.usapa.org/what-is-pickleball/

 

 

http://www.naplesnews.com/story/sports/2017/04/27/us-open-pickleball-popularity-means-big-business-sport-grows/100925432/

Manufactured Home Advocates Speak Out to Ohio Senate

Manufactured home fire safety, manufactured home news, manufactured homes ohio, manufactured homes fire, fire safety mobile homesAdvocates for manufactured home safety in Ohio are urging the state senate to reject efforts by Govenor Kasich’s administration to gut an independent oversight commission.

The Ohio Manufactured Homes Commission, which has a $1.2 million annual budget, conducts safety inspections and helps resolve resident complaints for mobile homes, trailers and the more permanent double-wide homes.

Kasich’s budget would merge that nine-member board with the Department of Commerce, which has over 800 employees, arguing it would streamline home inspections.

The Ohio House already said no.

“My concern is that it would be buried deep into a bureaucracy that is typically unresponsive,” says Tim Williams, executive director of the Ohio Manufactured Homes Association.

About 900,000 Ohio residents living in manufactured homes, and Williams says if Kasich’s proposal gets approved, those Ohioans would be left without a legitimate state advocate on safety issues.

Since the commission was established, Williams says they’ve had less than 10 home complaints over three years, in comparison to 500 complaints per year before.

Kasich notes concerns for manufactured home safety, including fire safety. However, these are antiquated myths about manufactured home safety that have been proven wrong through numerous studies.

Manufactured homes built after June 1976 adhere to the federal Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards (The HUD Code). The HUD Code regulates the design, construction and installation of manufactured homes.

The HUD Code has revolutionized safety in manufactured homes and should not be confused with the older “mobile homes” and trailers which were built without a federal construction fire standard prior to 1976.

A 2013 study by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) indicated the fire safety code for manufactured homes is more stringent than the code for all other homes built on site. NFPA indicated today’s manufactured homes have 38-44 percent fewer fires and lower civilian fire injuries than site-built homes per 100,000 people.

Sources:

http://radio.wosu.org/post/advocates-manufactured-homes-urge-ohio-senate-keep-oversight-commission

https://www.usnews.com/news/best-states/ohio/articles/2017-05-09/ohio-governor-wants-state-to-regulate-manufactured-homes

http://www.manufacturedhousing.org/firesafetynews/

 

Fannie-Freddie Look to Provide Manufactured Home Financing

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The proposal was outline as part of plans to help affordable housing challenges in America. Mortgage firms see these programs as a way to help low-income buyers become home owners.

While many see this a progress in the affordable housing crisis, some are concerned about the risks involved with mobile home lending. The concerns include the homes sitting on leased land and their tendency to depreciate quickly.

Those fears, while valid, are no longer true for many manufactured home owners. This is especially true of those purchasing new manufactured homes. These homes are comparable in quality and pricing to similar site-built homes and offer similar value as well.

The U.S.-controlled companies need to get sign-off for the pilot programs from their regulator, the Federal Housing Finance Agency.

Learn more about this proposal and the affordable housing challenges. 

The 5 Dirty Little Secrets of Tiny Homes

Small houses, tiny homes, tiny home movement, tiny home problems, tiny homes for sale, tiny homes for sale FL, tiny homes for sale, mobile homes for sale, small mobile homes for sale, tiny mobile homes for sale, problems with tiny homes Let’s talk tiny houses. This trend is sweeping the nation, and while we’re all for saving money and going minimalist, tiny houses have a dirty little secret. Cute, compact and money-saving, these tiny trendsetters have more than a few issues that you should know before cleaning out your savings accounts.

1. THE CODE

Okay, so you just bought a tiny house. Awesome, right?! Not so fast, you can’t just plop it down anywhere. In order for your new tiny house to sit on piece of land (even if you own it), it must meet certain codes. Most tiny houses DO NOT meet those codes.

Small manufactured homes do! Coming in at less than 500 square feet, tiny manufactured homes are the perfect solution for your small living desires. These minuscule homes are built to code, so you can buy land or rent it and place it there without a problem.

2. THE COST

Here’s the thing, you’ll definitely save money in a tiny house in the long run. But to get a home with all the bells and whistles, you’re going to need up to $70,000, which is a sizable chunk of change for 150 square feet. Now if you’re a single person on the fly, this might work for you, but families and couples may need to reconsider.

Small manufactured homes start at just $25,000 and you get double the space of the average tiny house! You’ll still have all the modern bells and whistles you love at a comparable price. Plus you’ll have a home you know is safe.

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We don’t know where you’re reading this (hopefully somewhere super fun), but we are coming at you from beautiful sunny Florida. Only here’s the thing: Florida isn’t always sunny. In fact, we have these pretty scary things called hurricanes. Tiny homes are not tied down in any way, which makes them pretty susceptible to the elements.

Many people believe manufactured homes are more susceptible to the elements than site-built homes, but the truth is that modern manufactured homes are just as safe as site-built homes. 

4. THE SPECS

Want a customized tiny home? You could build it yourself with some sweet YouTube tutorials, or you could have a tiny house architect design and build it for you. One is scary, the other is costly. Your best bet for securing a reasonably-priced tiny home is to purchase a used one. In that case, you’re still getting the hefty price tag, and whatever updates you’ll need to do too.

Small manufactured home builders, like Fleetwood allow you to customize your home with many modern options. You can choose from stylish options like wood floors and granite counters, and much more!

5. THE SPACE

With the average tiny home coming in at just 120 square feet, you don’t have much room for, well, anything. When you see pictures of a tiny house it might feel doable, but the truth is 120 square feet is the size of a small guest bedroom or a den. Now imagine cramming your entire home into that space. For many people, somewhere between 500-1,000 square feet is the perfect compromise when wanting to downsize. Most small manufactured home start at about that size and offer you affordability, safety, coding, and space.

 

5 Mobile Home Myths You Still Believe

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We all know the stigmas associated with mobile homes. Here’s the thing, most of these aren’t true anymore. There’s a huge difference between parks of the past and parks of today. Today, we’re going to debunk 5 myths that you’ve heard about mobile homes that just aren’t true.

1. Manufactured Homes are More Prone to Fires
Manufactured homes get a bad rap for being fire-prone. In fact, the media seems to just love writing about them catching on fire. This, combined with the idea that mobile homes are more likely to catch fire makes people believe it must be true. Today, the fire resistance provisions of the HUD code have strict standards for fire retardation and smoke generation materials, large windows in bedrooms, smoke alarms and at least two exterior doors which must be separate from each other and reachable without having to pass through other doors that can be locked. On the other hand, site-built homes do not have such strict requirements. The truth is, fires can happen anywhere and today’s mobile homes are no more at risk for fires than comparable site-built homes.

2. Manufactured Homes Are Poorly Constructed 
Many people seem to believe that manufactured homes aren’t constructed as well as site-built homes. In reality, site-built and manufactured homes are built out of the same materials, just not at the same locations. Although they aren’t built at their final location, manufactured homes are sturdy and follow the same and often stricter HUD building codes than site-built homes. Many of our renovated homes include features such as cherry wood cabinets, granite counters, stainless steel appliances and more. These homes exude both quality and beauty.

3. Manufactured Home Communities Aren’t Nice
The truth is, a few places give manufactured home communities a bad name. There are definitely some manufactured home community operators who care more about profits and let an aging community fall to the wayside. However, you’ll also find a great deal of community managers like Newby Management who places great importance in capital improvements and putting people before profits. For example, in our premier communities like Camelot Lakes, Camelot East and Rolling Greens we are currently working on big capital improvements that will benefit the entire community. We also are always working to update the home inventory. There are many operators and managers who take the time to ensure that communities are kept up-to-date and beautiful for residents to enjoy.

4. Manufactured Homes Don’t Appreciate
Like site-built homes, appreciation depends on a lot of factors. The reality is that some homes appreciate and others do not, no matter what type of home it is. Appreciation factors depend on some of the following:

  • The housing market in which the home is located, will have a significant impact on the future value of the home.
  • The community in which the home is located, has a similarly significant impact on the home’s future value.
  • The initial price paid for the home.
  • The age of the home.
  • The inflation rate.
  • The availability and cost of community sites, which reflects the supply and demand influences on the home’s value.
  • The extent of an organized resale network, where an organized network will usually result in homes selling for a higher price than in markets without such an organized network.
Any home that comes out on the positive end of these factors is likely to appreciate, whether the home is manufactured or built on site. If you’re hoping your manufactured home will appreciate over time, consider the factors listed above when making your purchase.
 
5. Manufactured Homes Are For People With Financial Issues
When mobile homes first came into the market they were used as quick, cheap housing for people in need. Eventually this style of home broke into the mainstream market and became what we know today. When this happened, HUD standards, quality standards and societal standards were placed on manufactured homes. Today, there is hardly any difference between a site-built home and a manufactured home. The quality of manufactured homes, along with the price, make them an amazing affordable housing option. However, they are no longer only a housing option for people with financial troubles. More and more they are becoming smart decisions for people looking to own a home without getting into a ton of debt.

 

Millenials: The Next Generation of Manufactured Home Buyers

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You’ve heard of the Millennials. The good, the bad and the ugly. But what you probably haven’t heard is that Millennials are choosing to live in manufactured homes rather than site-built homes. Why is this trend happening?

1. Millennials Came-of-Age At the Height of Economic Depression

When Millennials were entering the workforce they were doing it at the height of the depression. Many struggled to find jobs in their industry, forcing them to accept any job that came their way. Although the economy seems to be pulling through, many Millennials are looking to be more conservative with their money, eschewing living beyond their means.

2. Millennials Are Looking to Live in Smaller Homes

This generation of individuals get a bad rap for wanting everything “now”. One credit we can give this up-and-coming people is that they are treading much more lightly on the earth than previous generations. They are looking for homes that are smaller and more reasonably priced. They are not as concerned with large homes, often looking to purchase  homes less than 900 square feet.

3. Millennials Are going Green 

Manufactured homes today are producing less waste and are more energy-efficient than site-built homes. For many people in the younger generation, this is a huge draw. As manufactured homes start to lose their stigma, Millennials are beginning to realize that these might be the perfect dwellings for their needs. Plus the energy-efficient homes often save on monthly costs as well.

4. Millennials Don’t Get Wrapped Up in Labels

This generation is probably among the least concerned with labels. This makes them an ideal buyer for manufactured homes. Unfortunately, this type of home has gotten quite a bad reputation, and it’s one that many can’t seem to shake. Luckily, millennials are a group who isn’t interested in labels, therefore, they see manufactured homes for what they are: affordable, green, great places to live.

5. Millennials Aren’t Interested in the American Dream

Owning a home is part of the American dream, but that home has to be a 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 2 car garage with a pool and a place for the dog to run. For the Millennial, the American dream is a wide-open road with plenty of options and variances. They means they see the potential in living in a manufactured home. They see the dream in those walls, they see a future. They see a place they can call their own without strapping their savings. And that is something to get excited about.

Build the Home of Your Dreams with Scotbilt Homes at Newby Management

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A lovely Scotbilt Homes kitchen.

Picture your perfect home. What if you could have it? And not just anywhere, in paradise, in the sunshine, in beautiful Florida. A home that’s built to fit your needs, with all the customizations and extras you always hoped for.

That’s what Newby Management is offering with Scotbilt Homes, Inc. You can choose from the base home or add your own upgrades until it’s exactly what you’ve always wanted.

At Sandhill Shores in Fort Pierce, a brand new Scotbilt Home is coming soon. This active 55+ community is the perfect place to kick back in retirement, and if you’re looking to downsize, this is the home for you.

Coming in at 919 sq ft, this two bedroom, two bathroom home will be delievered as the basic package for under $58,000! Your price includes:

  • Home Set-up
  • Electric and Plumbing Hook-Up to Code
  • Concrete Driveway
  • Concrete Steps
  • Lot Grading
  • Sod Installation
  • HVAC to Code
  • Plain Vinyl Skirting to Code

These homes are both beautiful and functional, plus they give you the opportunity to upgrade as you see fit later on down the road. There are many wonderful examples of people who have taken base model homes and made them extraordinary.

You can also upgrade ahead of time with some of our affordable packages. The Silver Level Upgrade Package includes all of the base package, plus 11 x 30 carport, 8 x 10 utility shed and basic landscaping all for just $67,977.

Gold Level Upgrade Package comes in at $71,977, which includes all of the base package plus upgraded HVAC unit, vinyl skirting with brick front, 11′ x 35′ larger carport, 10′ x 10′ larger utility shed, upgraded landscaping package and irrigation in the front yard.

Platinum Level Upgrade Package total is $77,977 and includes base package plus upgraded HVAC unit, brick skirting, large 11′ x 40′ carport, large 10′ x 12′ utility shed, premium landscaping package and irrigation over the entire lawn.

Learn more about the packages we have available by calling us at 941-479-2849.

 

 

Own a mobile home community? You might be missing out.

property management, manufactured home property management, rv property managementIf you own a manufactured home community, you could be missing out! While it’s a great way to earn income, and provide a valuable service to the community, many do’t realize how hard it is. It requires 24/7 attention.

You might be missing the details that a professional management company wouldn’t.

That’s where Newby Management comes in. We’re a full-service property management company with over 40 years of experience in the industry. Our team expertly manages your manufactured home community while keeping you in the loop, so you always know what’s going on.

Our corporate staff works hard every day to keep your manufactured home community running smoothly. Our experience, combined with our depth of service, make us one of the best options for manufactured home community management in the industry.

Here’s an in-depth look at the manufactured home property management services we offer:

Property Management  
The Newby Management team knows that each manufactured home community faces unique challenges. That’s why each property is approached individually, and their struggles, hopes and dreams become Newby Management’s. Each manufactured home community is handled as if it belonged to the company.

Property Management Services:

  • Resident Relations
  • Collecting Rents
  • Sales & Marketing
  • Rule Enforcement
  • Property Visits
  • Community Clean-up
  • Disaster Relief
  • Maintenance
  • Create & Promote Lifestyle
  • Hold Meetings for Rent Increases
  • Comply with State & Federal Guidelines
  • Host Social Events
  • Physical Plant Management
  • 24-Hour Crisis Management

Accounting:
Accounting is usually marked by numbers and figures. At Newby Management, it’s marked by genuine care. The accountants treat all the money they handle as if it were their own. They personally invest in the outcome of the finances, and through it are able to provide excellent customer service and financial reporting.

When investors or ownership groups make special requests known, the accounting team meets them consistently. The company’s service package is often customized to meet the needs of a variety of challenges that investors and owners face. Unlike other companies, Newby Management clients have the comfort of knowing they will always be able to talk directly to a live person who handles their account on a day-to-day basis.

Accounting Services:

  • Budgets
  • On-Time Payment Processing
  • Rent Collection
  • Professional Financial Reporting
  • Manage/Reconcile Bank Accounts

Human Resources:
Hiring the right team members for the right positions is about more than wordy job descriptions. The human resources department at Newby Management is dedicated to finding the right team members, with the right personalities to fill positions on our team.

HR Services:

  • Management Training
  • Competent On-Site Personnel
  • Hire/Fire Team Members
  • Advertise and Recruit for Open Positions
  • Ensure Compliance with Federal and State Laws
  • Complete Background and Drug Screenings
  • Administer Skills & Personality Tests
  • Provide Workers’ Compensation
  • Benefit Administration
  • Unemployment Claims

Information Technology:
The Newby Management IT team is on the cutting-edge of technological advances in the industry. A thoughtful, intelligent group of early adopters make this department unequivocally trained to handle a vast range of requests, issues and ideas in the property management arena.

IT Services:

  • IT Services:
  • Website Design and Management
  • Software Management
  • PC/Hardware Support
  • WiFi Systems
  • Security Camera Systems
  • Ongoing IT Training
  • Virus Protection and Updates
  • Back-up Systems
  • Wholesale Pricing on Hardware
  • Licensed Tracking
  • Remote Support

Sales & Marketing:
In an ever-evolving digital landscape, the sales and marketing team at Newby Management works to stay current across all mediums. The in-house talent available to clients is unparalleled in the industry, and gives the team a unique ability to create one-of-a-kind products and marketing programs that are tailored to individual communities.

Sales & Marketing Services:

  • Corporate Photographer
  • Social Media Marketing
  • Social Media Training
  • Online Advertising
  • In-house Design Team
  • SEO
  • Inbound Marketing
  • Leads Management
  • Licensed Broker and Dealer in Community
  • Sales Agent in Community
  • Online Listing Service for Sale Homes

Chaplaincy Program:
Our fast-paced society often neglects the emotional and spiritual needs of people. Our chaplaincy program is designed to connect with people on a deeper level, giving them a touch of humanity that is often lacking in the workplace.

Chaplaincy Services:

  • Chaplaincy Services:
  • Visit Sick & Lonely
  • Care Notes, Daily Breads
  • Establish Bible Studies & Church Services
  • Bible Program
  • Funerals
  • Marriages
  • Senior Assistance Resources
  • Deliver Food and Flowers to Residents in Need
  • Team Building