Re: Park Managers… - Posted by CAW
Posted by CAW on January 30, 2002 at 22:26:44:
To be fair, it is her park and she gets to set the rules. You know that you will not own the home for long, but the manager has no way of knowing that. There are a few liars out there that will try any lie, and maybe she has been stuck with someone who lied to get into the park and then stayed and made trouble. And realistically, there have been a few people on this discussion board who have been stuck with houses that took several months to sell, so you might be in her park for 5-6 months.
What can it hurt you to fill out her application? If you are rejected as a tenant, then it is not the park for you to be working in. You can’t work a park without the cooperation of the manager. You aren’t going to get her cooperation if you refuse to follow park rules.
Each park has it’s own rules, so if you don’t want to submit an application, go work a different park. If you do several deals in other parks that work well, then you can go back to this park and show her your track record. Once you have proven your worth, you might get a different reception.