‘You shouldn’t sign it’: Attorney urges caution with long-term leases in mobile home parks

In the months since residents of Wildwood Villa first drew attention to rising space rentals in their manufactured home park, things have only gotten more disconcerting. 

In April, a manager at the park sent out a newsletter urging those having trouble paying rent to seek emergency food boxes. In May, the park owner began promoting long-term lease agreements with 15-, 20- or 25 . . .

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