Posted by Sean (WA) on February 02, 2002 at 12:11:28:
One idea would be to move the home for them and incur all the costs and generate another note. This keeps you involved in the process, remember its still your home. But as far as moving it themselves, you may want to think about having them sign something that assures you that they will set up the home to all the proper county codes and requirements, so there is not any trouble with building inspectors. Around here we have owners set up homes with no permits and stuff like that and it can turn into a nightmare with the county for everybody if it is not done right. They can “red flag” the home and shut the site down and blah blah blah. Also make sure that they are having a licenced bonded transport company hauling the home and not cousin Joe who can’t pay if he runs the home into a ditch. This would be bad…I guess that goes without saying. Also check with the park manager about space rent and make sure that they are current and that if they are not that the park won’t come after you for it as the lien-holder.