another question - Posted by arcaro

Posted by Dan (Michigan) on January 01, 2006 at 20:05:59:

Don’t fall for the $2500 gig. It’s probably costing him $1000 or
more to dispose of, or store the homes. Tell him you’ll take them
off his hands and he’ll only have to pay you $500 each, more or
less depending on the condition, age, etc. Tell him you’ll waive
the $500 if he’ll move and setup the homes for you.

another question - Posted by arcaro

Posted by arcaro on January 01, 2006 at 05:29:43:

I have also noticed a friend of mines neighbor is moving older mobile homes out of a park because they are going with newer styles, he is willing to sell them to me for around 2500. a piece. they are singles and the years are 1992. around here you cant move units in anywhere over 15 years old. after that they have to stay or be burned or destroyed. any thoughts on what i should do?

Re: another question - Posted by Chris Reuman (Maine)

Posted by Chris Reuman (Maine) on January 04, 2006 at 22:19:10:

These are great for land home deals. Find some land that your can develop, move the home onto it and do a land home bank. Also, find out the total moving setup costs and possibly negogiate his price down lower. You are doing him a favor.

Best investing, Chris