Sparefoot.com By Mary Ann Azevedo May 30th, 2018
Sparefoot.com - By Mary Ann Azevedo May 30th, 2018 - The recreational vehicle industry is booming as the trend toward urbanization continues across the United States—and owners are running out of places to stash them.Read More
Mobile RV By Andrew Malo, May 28th, 2018
The garages are incredible - a word that is not generally associated with a storage unit. Beyond the basics, like a covered shelter for any size RV, they have everything. Basically the only thing one cannot do in their RV condos is live in them. They have full electric hookups.Read More
RV Storage Condos are the greatest. I own two units, one in Colorado, and another in California. Both have exceeded my expectations, both in value and utility. The California location has appreciated about 40% in the last two years, and the Colorado location has gone up about 70%, but I have owned that one for 5 years.
I don't know much about this place except what I read on the web. I went by there yesterday, and met up with Ted. He showed me around and explained the various features and amenities. I will be a buyer on June 1st when the next phase is released. I think this is a great idea
Owning your storage is not lavish. I’m just a regular person with a very regular income. I was paying $65/month to store my RV on a gravel lot. I hate leaving vehicles sitting outside and went through several RV covers trying to keep mine reasonably nice. I too bought a storage unit in California and frankly it wasn’t all that much courtesy of the recession. It has doubled in value. .
Cathy and Fred
We purchased a unit from Ted Deits 7 years ago. It has gone up in value by 50%. We just bought it to store our 40 ft class A coach and never planned on such a return if we were to sell it.
Our coach is always clean and ready to go. We go and work on it whenever we want. We are only 45 miles from it and don’t have to store it in our yard. It is secure and not in some storage yard exposed to the elements.