Re: Please advise on MH deal - Posted by Jacob
Posted by Jacob on March 12, 2000 at 09:44:22:
I normally would advise against moving a mh under any circumstances. There are simply too many other prospets around to waste the time and effort.
However, I never want to get in the way of anyone making money. This deal does have some potential.
It isn’t very hard to contact a mover. THey are in the yellow pages. What has worked for me in the past is asking the pm’s I work with who they use. You could also ask some local dealers the same question. You may find the same name creaping up. If so, that’s who you need to call. Be sure to mention who referred them to you. They might even give you a break on the price.
As far as him refusing to pay, that should be the least of your problems. You can be better off with the unit on his land. He won’t be evicted, for one. Two, he can afford a higher payment because he isn’t paying lot rent.
If he decides not to pay you, go to court. That’s what a signed contract is for. He breaks it, you get the court to enforce it. That seems a bit obvious to me.
Good luck to you,