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SgtRock
post Feb 21 2011, 08:41 AM
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Hello Everyone, we are new & wondering if anybody has info on Permanent land/lease RV or Park Model RV parks in Texas? We have recently come across one that charges $25,000 for a lifetime land/lease & $800. annual maintenance fees.We are just trying to compare other like parks out there, any ideas? Thanks! SgtRock
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dalsgal
post Mar 4 2011, 07:16 AM
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Our park has permanent campers here and, other than a rug or flower pot outside you wouldn't know it. We don't allow the sites to look trashy. I would prefer to have that type of people here because they are, for the most part, friendly and nice than to have someone here that looks down their nose at people that may have no choice but to live in their RV because of the economy or actually have to work for a living. You say you would get your money back if you sold the spot but what if the place goes bankrupt? You could lose your money and your site if that happened. I'm sorry to sound rude SgtRock but to me you sound like a bit of a snob.
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post Mar 4 2011, 12:55 PM
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Our park has permanent campers here and, other than a rug or flower pot outside you wouldn't know it. We don't allow the sites to look trashy. I would prefer to have that type of people here because they are, for the most part, friendly and nice than to have someone here that looks down their nose at people that may have no choice but to live in their RV because of the economy or actually have to work for a living. You say you would get your money back if you sold the spot but what if the place goes bankrupt? You could lose your money and your site if that happened. I'm sorry to sound rude SgtRock but to me you sound like a bit of a snob.


This isn't necessarily snobbery. If I lived in my RV on a permanent site I would not want someone pulling in next to me every night (possibly very late) and then packing up and leaving the next morning (possibly very early). Not because they are "low lifes," but because of the noise and constant activity/hassle that comes with setting up an RV. When we travel we rarely stay more than a week at any given park and many stays are overnighters. To be perfectly truthful I do not want to be put in a permanent section for the same reasons. I feel like I would be disturbing the residents who live there full time. This is their home, not their temporary camping spot, and I would imagine they are trying to establish a quiet, home-like environment, not a revolving door of neighbors.
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