Casa De Amigos Mobile Park
1085 Tasman Dr, Sunnyvale, CA 94089
We moved into the park in 2007 and the reason we bought a home here is because of the way it looked and of the way we were treated by the management at the club.
This park is clean, orderly, with wonderful neighbors and people who care for each other. I have lived in other communities and found out just how important order and good management is. Perhaps the disgruntled who have written such terrible comments should take a drive to other parks and then decide where it is that they would like to live. Why did they come here in the first place?.
There are over 900 homes here and the usual is for the happy to be happy and not worry about the few who seem to never find happiness.
It is usually those who have never lent a hand to others, who have never volunteered when their time was stringent, who never went out of their way to help someone in need because they were afraid it could backfire on them, these are the ones who complain the most and are unjust in their complaints. Selfish people abound but so do those who are selfless. It all depends on your perspective.
Our manager was physically attacked by someone more then half her age and 3 times her size, when asked if she wanted to press charges she declined because it would be hard on that person and she realized that he was an angry young man and to charge him would only make matters worse. How would Purli have reacted?
There are problems everywhere and as far as I and my family can see the problems in this park are handled to the best of the abilities of the staff. The park is beautiful, for the most part peaceful, and has many wonderful, kind and happy residents. Hopefully the ones who wish to move elsewhere will have the good fortune of selling their home quickly to someone who is a good neighbor and who realizes that in a neighborhood as big as ours the crimes are less frequent and cause less harm then in some smaller communities where there is no one who cares what goes on.
To be a good neighbor you have to be one too. My hat goes off to the staff of Casa de Amigos some of the issues of the park should possibly be directed at the owners who receive our monthly rent and who decide what improvements are needed here. Anne does not own the club she works here and does a fantastic job along with the women in her office, the volunteers of all the clubs in the this park, the gardeners and maintenance crew and all of us who are good neighbors which in turn makes us good citizens of Sunnyvale and of this country.