Buying Land for a Mobile or Manufactured Home? Watch for these HIDDEN COSTS!

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Buying Land for a Mobile or Manufactured Home? Watch for these HIDDEN COSTS!

In this video, Felicia talks about things to watch for when you’re buying land for a mobile or manufactured home. If you’re looking for land for mobile home or land for manufactured home, being familiar with the County’s zoning ordinance, and whether or not the property has utilities, access, and financing will help you plan your move and help you understand how to parse through land for mobile home for sale.

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Link to article for finding property utilities:
https://www.compasslandusa.com/blog/check-property-utilities/

Link to video for finding property utilties:

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The information in this video should not be interpreted as legal advice. I’m not a lawyer, and if you’re considering buying land I recommend getting help from a paralegal or lawyer to find out what your options are. It can be difficult and overwhelming to do a proper Title Search, especially to someone without experience. To be certain of what rights are included with your property, a local title agency or paralegal can help you. Leasing rights and determining access can sometimes escalate into a very difficult and troubling situation, so it’s best to get professional advice.

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