CALABASAS, CA—A combination of rising home prices, increased job creation and a large baby boomer population heading into retirement supports improved occupancy in manufactured home communities. This makes the sector more of a draw for investors, says Marcus & Millichap.

As a case in point, Capital Square Realty Advisors announced earlier this month that it had acquired a portfolio of three manufactured housing parks totaling 1,141 units in Ohio and Indiana. It’s the latest in a series of investor plays that have included such mega-deals as Sun Communities‘ $1.32-billion July acquisition of the American Land Lease portfolio from funds of Green Courte Partners.

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