Posted by Tony Colella on June 06, 2006 at 08:54:19:
I’m not sure if I am understanding your question so I will try a few angles.
If the home is currently set up in a park and he was going to move it to his land but could not, then I would sell the home as Lonnie teaches in “Deals on Wheels.”
If the home is sitting somewhere else, not set up and in need of work then I would sell it for $500 as is. Let the buyer fix and move.
If the land’s location is the problem and the home is decent, then I would look to find more land or advertise it as a “great home, ready to move to your land!”
If the home is simply in too poor a condition to move (perhaps the reason for the county complications), then I would have to bite the bullet and call in a demolition crew to cut it up, separate the parts and haul to the dump. Some dumps are easier to work with and less expensive. Ours is not. It might run $1k to $1,500 per single wide portion to demo and dump.