Manassas, Va., October 17 – A local nonprofit is now in a position to take ownership of a mobile home park in Manassas whose future has been uncertain for more than eight years, enabling all residents of the East End Mobile Home Park to stay in their homes. The Manassas City Council has voted to enable Catholics for Housing, Inc. (CFH), a Northern Virginia nonprofit, to purchase the 58-unit park and resolve the significant water, sewer and management issues that have plagued residents for years.
“We are thrilled that our skills, expertise, resources and commitment to preserving housing opportunities will not only keep all of these families in their homes, but also enhance their quality of life,” said CFH Executive Director Karen DeVito. This was the outcome the park’s residents had been hoping for as they shied away from other prospective buyers in recent months in favor of the commitment and solutions CFH brings to their situation.
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Catholics for Housing to help East End Mobile Home Park residents keep their homes, The Catholic Herald