Posted by Marty (MO) on July 08, 2007 at 11:08:18:
I don’t see anything exactly like what you’re looking for… The big issue
is to check zoning. It’s usually easier to buy land with a mobile already
on it. Typical restrictions to watch for include no mobiles at all, no
singlewides, no homes over 5 years old can be moved in, must be on a
foundation, etc. You never know what you’re dealing with until you talk
Talk to realtors- many times property with mobiles on it are
considered tough to sell. Find a realtor to do your leg work.
If you just need to find a mobile, just cruise the parks like you would
for a lonnie deal. Or, check with the banks and finance companies for
repos. Moving companies are good sources.