Thu, Dec 10, 2015 – The below are 3 of 6 reasons listed for this resident walking away from their mobile home in Tustin Village Mobile Home Park. This is a 40-page PDF document outlining the deterioration of a Kort & Scott Financial Group mobile home park over the period of nine (9) years, from January 2005 thru November 2014.
This former resident is a Veteran and went through a voluntary foreclosure with the VA in November 2014. *
As of December 2015, the mobile home is still for sale, it's been on the market since February 2014. The VA continues to pay the space rent which is currently at $1,750 per month. The mobile home was originally purchased new in September 2006 for $125,000 from Enchanted Homes. Space rent started at $950 per month.
* See Fri, Apr 22, 2016 updates below.
The below resident reached out to the Allegiance and has given us permission to publish this document with the stipulation that their identity remain anonymous. All names and any other personally identifiable resident information have been removed.
1. The overall condition of the park along with the quality of life have deteriorated considerably since I purchased my mobilehome here in September 2006. This process appears to have begun at the time of the Leasehold Rights purchase by Kort & Scott in January 2005 and has accelerated after the conversion to a Family Park in 2007.
2. Past and ongoing lack of, and failure to, enforce the Tustin Village MHP Rules and Regulations. Items: 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 17, 18, 22, 27, 29, 31 and 34. I’ve estimated 100+ Title 25, HCD, and MRL Violations, well beyond the average. Information obtained from the MPM-PI Violation Booklet, Title 25 and the MRL.
3. Park Management itself continues to violate the Tustin Village MHP Rules and Regulations, specifically item number 7 regarding Accessory Equipment, Structures and Appliances, Section B, Sub-Section 8, Item (a) which states (a) Only new, not used, mobilehomes are permitted.
Fri, Apr 22, 2016 Updates – This mobile home remained vacant, after voluntary foreclosure by the original homeowner, from November 2014 through December 2015, while CalVet paid $1,700+ per month Space Rent. In January 2016, the mobile home was sold (listed at $37,500), removed from the Tustin Village Mobile Home Park and transported to Hyde Park Mobile Estates, 2934 West 1st Street, (aka 104 Sequoia Way) in Santa Ana, California 92073. At the time of relocation, the mobile home was registered to Sunrise Homes Inc.