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As Mobile Home Parks Go Up For Sale, Residents Look At Cooperative Ownership

Vermont has one of the strongest mobile home park laws in the country, and Bond helps the residents navigate the law.

Bond says when a landowner wants to sell a park, the law says residents have to be told before a sale goes through, and the residents also get about five months to organize and make an offer.

If the residents of a mobile home park want to try to buy the property, they typically come together to form a cooperative.

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