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Renting A Cell Home

Renting any mobile home includes a little more to it next just paying the lease. The mobile residence has one quantity for rent and one quantity for land local rental. There may be other fees associated with renting a mobile home also, such as garbage elimination and snowplowing. Before you consider hiring a mobile home, you should always fine out what other charges will certainly apply. Some mobile home owners will include every one of the fees in the rent since they are responsible for spending money on them.

Renting the mobile home as well as finding rental insurance may be a little difficult, because the rates may be somewhat higher than if you were to rent a house or an condo. When renting a mobile home, you will need to know where all of the pipes are, the actual furnace and the obtainable storage. Because this is a mobile home, you would like to check for insulation and you should consider the age of the actual mobile home and also the outside appearance. Numerous mobile homes do not fair during the process of aging, this is why mobile homes depreciate so swiftly after you buy one. It is always necessary to check almost everything.

Check the floors and also the walls to make sure things are sturdy and has simply no weak spots. Hiring a mobile property is similar to renting a house, but the structure differs and the weather can cause damage depending on how severe it is at the time. Some mobile home theme parks do allow garages in some areas, if you have any garage, you will want to help it become free of debris which it has a door garage door opener hardware and no leaks.

Prefer a garage and intend to build one or even put up a storage shed, the mobile recreation area will have specifications upon size, design, construction as well as where you can assemble the storage shed. If you do not ask permission, the actual park manger can ask you to take it down or even transfer it, which could produce more problems. It is usually better to talk this kind of over with the property owner, who can talk with the park manager to have any necessary information you may need.

Once you have all the information that you need, you will be ready to choose renting the cell home or not. You will want to have a guideline from the mobile park rules. There may be rules concerning how many cars you’ll have parked on the whole lot and when to place your own trash out in addition to what park curfews are usually for entertaining.

You should find out this information just before renting a cellular home. You will also need to know if there are any sort of places for friends to park when they arrived at visit. It may be in which guests have to playground a distance aside and walk to your home. This is common training in mobile recreational areas. If you have a driveway, you might be able to fit a few cars on your lot.

Comments: 60

  1. Willard March 25, 2013 at 3:34 am Reply

    We live in a rented Mobile home. The people who lived here before us must have missed the toilet every time they went. Now the panel in the bathroom constantly smells like urine. I have tried bleach, but the smell just keeps coming back. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to get it out? We were thinking about using that arm & hammer paint that helps eliminate odors, but I’m not sure if that will solve the problem. Any suggestions would be very helpful. Thank you!

  2. Raymond March 26, 2013 at 4:02 am Reply

    I have just put a down payment and 2 months rent on a mobile home. The lady we are buying it from used some website to type up the papers. We just talked to a neighbor and she said the trailer is behind on payments and the people we just got it from were blowing the money we gave them to put toward the payments.
    I know I need to see a lawyer but I don’t know what kind of lawyer to see. What should I do?
    We are renting to own.
    Thanks.

  3. Cortney April 7, 2013 at 4:32 am Reply

    Do you require planning permission to live semi-permanentlyy in a static caravan/mobile home on your own or rented land

    Im guessing you need the planning permission to Connectt water, electric and sewage but do you need permission to have the caravan and live in it?
    UK
    and its a field on the edge of a village

  4. Valentin May 28, 2013 at 2:20 am Reply

    I would like to live in a mobile home and pay rent by the month. I am not looking to buy at this time. How do I go about it?
    Help appreciated.

  5. Mary June 3, 2013 at 2:12 am Reply

    What happens if a mobile home gets foreclosed on when it is on rented property? What would we be looking at happening?
    In California – if that makes any difference.

  6. See June 8, 2013 at 10:44 pm Reply

    I need to find a cheap place to live, how much do mobile homes cost if rented? It doesn’t need to be anything fancy, only one person will be living there.Its cheaper then an apartment i heard.

  7. Gerald July 2, 2013 at 6:30 pm Reply

    I am fixing up a mobile home that I will be renting out.
    What is the best flooring option to install??

  8. Chana July 5, 2013 at 9:22 am Reply

    I rented a mobile home and just realized that, my mobile home does not have a meter pole, all the other mobile homes in the park do have meter poles, the mobile home next to me has a meter pole, it actually has 1 meter on the left and another place to put a meter on the right, but it is capped off. My electric company is suppose to come and plug the meter in on Monday since I already payed my deposit. Will the meter man be able to tell what meter is for my trailer if my meter pole is on 1 pole behind my neighbors trailer? and why would my meter be on the rite of his meter when my trailer is on the left? and its right behind my neighbors trailer, there are no wires indicating what trailer it is connected to, it is all under ground connected. How will the meter man be able to find my meter pole?

  9. Addie July 6, 2013 at 7:17 am Reply

    We have visited several mobile home parks and they all say that they do not rent trailers; however, they all all offer to sell us one. We have family that are visiting for an extended period and figured we would come out cheaper renting a mobile home than for them to stay in a hotel/motel. Any suggestions for short term housing (2-4 months) in the greater Salt Lake area that will not cost a lot. (Most extended stay are about $1,000+ a month.)

  10. Raymond August 1, 2013 at 10:21 pm Reply

    We are currently renting a mobile home and our landlord told us before we moved in that anytime that anything needed to be fixed,to call him and he would take care of the necessary repairs. Well,yesterday I was home with my little girl and our central air unit died and it was 86 degrees outside,not joking!

    Anyway,I immediately called my landlord and he told me that it may take a few days to find somebody to come out to our mobile home to fix the problem. As you can imagine, I very calmly but directly tried telling him in a nice way that it was going to be VERY HOT yesterday,and for the rest of the week, and we needed someone to come out here to fix it ASAP,because my daughter and I have some major health issues.

    He finally came out here yesterday after we threatened legal action,and our unit got repaired thank goodness! What rights do tenants have if they pay their rent on time,never cause any problems,but their landlord refuse to make any necessary repairs,who do we contact?

  11. Shelba August 7, 2013 at 5:08 am Reply

    I know a security deposit on an apartment or house is basically the same price as the rent but with a mobile home there is lot rent and house rent. would i be paying a deposit just for the mobile (the rent is around 300 for it) or would i be paying a deposit equal to the total 600 (300 lot rent 300 house rent)

  12. Elana October 1, 2013 at 5:21 am Reply

    I am considering buying a mobile home on a rented pad in a park and was wondering how exactly the process works. I know in some states you buy it and get the title transferred in your name at the DMV. I know this isn’t the same in California. Can anyone help?

  13. Nicolas October 1, 2013 at 1:15 pm Reply

    I live in new york, I have a tenant that owns her mobile home but she rents to live on our land. She is thinking about moving and I was wondering if how much I have been charging is too cheap?

  14. Willard October 4, 2013 at 3:17 pm Reply

    The land is rented – the company that works with the park to buy and sell will only help if you are buying a new mobile home. I just want to sell this one and rent an apt. Will realtors help sell them? Is it feasable to sell on my own? Do I have to hire an attorney to create the papers? Any help would be great. Thanks!

  15. Elvin October 16, 2013 at 4:06 am Reply

    We live in a rented Mobile home. The people who lived here before us must have missed the toilet every time they went. Now the panel in the bathroom constantly smells like urine. I have tried bleach, but the smell just keeps coming back. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to get it out? We were thinking about using that arm & hammer paint that helps eliminate odors, but I’m not sure if that will solve the problem. Any suggestions would be very helpful. Thank you!

  16. Grant October 24, 2013 at 5:10 am Reply

    I have a 1997 Liberty 14×52 mobile home in Missoula, Montana. The area is growing faster than imagineable and is a great university town. Payments are low and so is lot rent, but being a divorced single parent is difficult and has brought hardships which I’m recovering from.

    I know about eBay, but what are some other creative options? I don’t want the responsibility of renting the house. I want to cut my ties with it and move on.

    What is the best option in trying to sell a mobile home when you don’t earn a lot and would like to move to another state quickly?

    Professional real estate agent’s suggestions are very welcome and highly recommended at answering this question.

  17. Donn December 1, 2013 at 1:21 pm Reply

    If the residents of a mobile homeowners’ association vote to prohibit shareholders from renting out their units, is not the Board of Directors obligated to pass an amendment to the by-laws and regulation reflecting that vote?

    The location is Florida, and the vote was 80% for prohibiting renting out units. The mobile home park is for seniors 55 years old and older.

  18. Virgil December 23, 2013 at 11:12 am Reply

    I owned a mobile home and rented the space where it sat do I still qualify for first time home buyer credit?
    I just sold the mobile home so I guess my question is, is a mobile home on rented space considered owning a home? There is not deed just a title through the DMV. I would think this would not consider me as owning a residence within the last 3 years.

  19. Robert December 23, 2013 at 11:13 am Reply

    We live in a mobile home (trailer house) that was built in 1968. The dimentions are 12X60 with two doors on one side. It already has 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. Is it possible to add on a room to what is now the back door and since it is indeed a mobile home in a mobile home park(on a rented lot) it cannot be permanent. Is there any way to make it removable if needed, but still viable as a bedroom. How would you go about doing this if it is possible at all? Can you kind of make a lean to maybe? Does anyone have any advice? Thanks a lot.

  20. Raymonde December 23, 2013 at 11:19 am Reply

    I’ve owned the mobile home for 7 years. I’m not sure tho with it being on rented land if I’m able to take advantage of the tax credit or not.
    I’m looking to purchase a new home.

  21. Nieves December 23, 2013 at 11:36 am Reply

    I am renting mobile home. Landlord, an acquaintance, encourages space heater use as cold weather sets in; however, initial research says that is not safe and to be avoided.

  22. Arnoldo January 11, 2014 at 5:57 pm Reply

    Hi there

    I am going to drive from Chicago to San Francisco with my family this summer and we have rented a mobile home for the four of us. Now, I would like to know which route(s) we should take to make it an unforgettable summer vacation! (We already considered the National Road or going up to the Great North and then going down to Salt Lake city)
    Thanks in advance!

  23. Elwood January 14, 2014 at 12:01 pm Reply

    I’m renting a mobile home from a realty company and in the lease it states that they don’t cover pest control. I’m on a one year lease and about three or four months into it, I realized I had a rodent problem I set a trap in my bedroom closet and night after night, I would catch baby mice. I laid out Decon pellets in my closet and I hardly open it. I don’t even keep my clothes in there anymore. Anyways, that was this past winter, and for the past couple of months I haven’t been having an issue… Until this past week. I heard a mouse in my bottom drawer. Long story short, I’m really terrified and I have no idea what to do about this problem. I have a one year old here, isn’t there anything that I can do besides calling an exterminator which will cost tons of money.

    Advice please!

    Thanks in advance!

  24. Willena January 18, 2014 at 5:50 am Reply

    I am renting a mobile home for my son who is a full time dad. The heat pump quit. The landlord said because I was paying the rent that I was responsible for paying for the repairs. He states that because the doors were not left open that it put too much of a demand on the unit. Seems to me the gap beneath the door would compensate for that. Should I offer to pay part of the billl?

  25. Candelaria February 2, 2014 at 2:14 am Reply

    I have inheridated a mobile home that is on a rented lot…its 70ft and 10 yrs old. I have done a lot of work to it! How do I go about selling it? Will I have to pay for the mobile home to be moved?
    Well the landlord said when my mom passed that she wouldnt let anyone else besides me stay here….now what?

  26. Wilmer February 2, 2014 at 2:15 am Reply

    I just formed an LLC yesterday to start buying mobile homes to rent out. I have very little capital so I intended to buy owner financed properties and rent them out. From what I can see, I could pay off the property in a year or two Then everything else goes to the bottom line except for maintenance, which I expect to be quite a bit.

    Would anyone with any experience with this please make a recommendation?

  27. Ethan February 2, 2014 at 2:15 am Reply

    Am considering renting 6 year old mobile home and am concerned about formeldehyde and or other toxins off=gassing? Is there a danger for someone with chemical sensitivities?

  28. Leonardo February 2, 2014 at 1:01 pm Reply

    So… Let me break it down. I make around 35k a year (or I should with this new job I hope I’ll get). Renting is expensive. I have 3 cats. All rescues as kittens. I would have to relocate for this job, but renting is just SO expensive. Anywhere decent will be at least 700 dollars. Plus I have to account for the extra charge for my cats. So we’ll say at least 800-900 dollars to rent an apartment.

    So I started to look for houses to buy, but they too (obviously) are expensive. Even though they would offer a lower cost per month. And that’s when I came across mobile homes.

    They have the space I need and will be less than renting. Some of the mobile homes (used) are around 15k-30k to buy. That’s maybe 100 a month. Plus the land rent which is around 400. That’s still significantly cheaper than rent. And I would only look for Energy Star mobile homes.

    So I guess that’s my question, is it worth it? I figure, if I buy a cheap mobile home around 15k, I’ll be paying at least 300 dollars less than I would be renting. And yes, I know mobile homes go ‘down’ in value. But I’m STILL throwing money away renting.

    If I rent an 800 apartment for a year: $9600
    If I buy a 15k-20k mobile home +rent costs for roughly 500: $6000

    That’s over a $3,000 difference. So in three years, i would ‘save’ 9k. Which would make up for most of the cost of the mobile home anyway! And, eventually, if I want to sell the mobile home, I’d be getting money ‘back’ even if it’s only a lousy 5k.

    So what does everyone think? Is it WORTH it? Please provide experience! It’s a huge choice, but I feel like it’s the only one I have unless I want to eat ramon noodles for four years in an apartment.
    And yes, I’m aware the utility bills will be higher. but is it really THAT bad? Especially if the mobile home is energy star rated? I mean, if it was that bad, why do people live in mobile homes to begin with if it’s no cheaper than renting or owning a home?

  29. Lashaunda February 2, 2014 at 5:51 pm Reply

    I am thinking about buying and then renting out a mobile home but wanted to hear from someone who has experience. Is the upkeep on mobile homes more expensive then single family homes? Anything information would be appreciated.

  30. Felecia February 2, 2014 at 8:04 pm Reply

    Looks like in the near future, I’m looking to get a home. But since I live in the Greater Houston area, where its proned to hurricanes and tornadoes, are mobile homes stable or just go for a regular home. Thank you for your input.
    Greater Houston area, TX

  31. Cordell February 2, 2014 at 8:56 pm Reply

    I am considering buying a double wide mobile home as opposed to renting a house. I can save approx. $6000 usd annually as opposed to renting. I will only keep the home for 2 years and then I will buy a home.

  32. Maxwell February 2, 2014 at 10:06 pm Reply

    I’m dying for a clear cut answer on this. Up until this point I have only rented and am looking to buy to take advantage of the $8000 tax credit. My question is will a mobile home without a permanent foundation (it would be skirted on a slab) in a mobile home park (so I don’t own the land) count toward the first time buyer’s credit?

  33. Floretta February 8, 2014 at 7:09 pm Reply

    Heres a link to the home so you know what i’m talking about.

    http://www.4oakwood.com/rental_homes_listings

    They are all built in 2006 OR 2007. They’re in a “communtity”.

    They’re not single wide trailers in a row .. they’re on streets, in a community.

    =====

    Advanages and Disadvanages to these homes?
    (Only people who KNOW about them or have LIVED in them)

    Their plans are:
    Lease to Own
    OR
    Buy

    The lease to owns are about 900/month
    OR
    You can buy then for about $40,000.
    P.S.
    These are ALL double wide. Some look like singles but they aren’t.

  34. Wilber February 10, 2014 at 9:55 am Reply

    i have no down payment and im disabled single mother of one

  35. Jody February 21, 2014 at 10:49 pm Reply

    Do mobile homes built in the last 20 years and stationed in solid 55+ communities make good financial sense for someone in the Northeast, or someone in the Southeast? I have enough money to pay cash for the property and good income and credit to afford reasonable park rents/maintenance costs. Do seniors often stay in these parks for long periods? Do they enjoy them? I see prices on these units dropping drastically in the last year. What’s going on here? Is this price drop just a function of the housing supply/demand slow down? Or are there other factors I should consider?

    On another note, how easy is it for a person in their 70’s to properly maintain a mobile home in a 55+ community? Are there house maintenance tasks that someone over 70 might have problems with? Leaks? Rotting floors? Frozen pipes? Is there help readily available to elderly people at reasonable cost to fix these problems, (or others), should they arise? Or is rental elderly housing a wiser choice?

  36. Morgan February 21, 2014 at 11:23 pm Reply

    I am looking into switching from renting a apartment to buying a mobile home…. is it cheaper in the long run? What kind of things would I need to be aware of when looking into this? Hidden costs? And also how bad is the re sale vaule?

  37. Micah February 21, 2014 at 11:23 pm Reply

    I am starting a project fixing up a mobile home, where is the best place to get parts? Ie; doors, windows etc… I also want to take out the kitchen cabinets, is there anywhere cheap to get new ones? I dont want to spend alot of money but I want something decent.

  38. Chantelle February 21, 2014 at 11:52 pm Reply

    All in all, what do you end up paying when living in a mobile home village? I have been looking at some and they list the costs for the lot rent, utilities, and I think they called it a “member fee” or something. Then do you have to pay a monthly amount for the home itself? Or in order to live in a mobile home do you have to pay it all off right away? Would it seem completely ridiculous to even think of buying your own land and then getting a mobile home to put on it? And would buying or renting a mobile home be a better option? I am in MN by the way. Sorry, many random questions, I know, lol! Thanks!

  39. Porter February 22, 2014 at 12:40 am Reply

    What way does renting a static mobile home work? Is it the same way as renting an ordinary home? I.E pay a depost of say a months rent as security and anotther months in advanced, Are they as expensive as a standard house?

  40. Patsy February 22, 2014 at 12:40 am Reply

    me and my fiancee are trying to move into our own place we don’t want to buy (own) a house yet. (we might move out of state when hes done with college).
    the price will be about the same no matter what one we rent so that don’t really matter and we don’t have kids so that don’t matter either.

    i just want pros and cons for life in an apartment , mobile home and house or why one is better then the other.
    thanks for the help

  41. Lance February 22, 2014 at 12:40 am Reply

    Ok, i have been renting an apartment for 2 years and now have the option to rent a double wide for a year then buy it at the end. It’s a 1999 home,3 bed 2 bath a little over 1500 sq.ft.Sits on .98 acre of land and he is going to sell for 58000… the home needs all rooms painted and most of the carpet replaced, 2 holes in the wall and the trim needs to be fixed. Minor repairs I know,there is just a list of them!! my husband does construction so all labor is free of course, but my question is, is this a reasonable price?? The location is desirable too. My husband is sold on this, but I’m very hesitant I don’t want to make a huge mistake I’ll regret later. Help 🙂

  42. Joycelyn February 22, 2014 at 12:53 am Reply

    Okay… Here’s the deal… We’re going to be buying a mobile home, and it’s been pre-owned and rented out a few times prior to our purchase. (I know trailers/mobile homes are considered ‘white trash’ but it’s all we can afford, and I’m proud that we could even buy THAT. What matters is that it’s a home of our own.)

    Anyway, my question is – Does anyone know some good decorating tips for mobile homes? Space is limited, and I want it to look classy and posh without making it look cluttered and crappy (like a cow-themed kitchen or lighthouses in the bathroom).

    I want it to be my dream home, but I was wondering if anyone had good links (with a lot of good pics) or good advice for making small spaces look fancy.

    My tastes are along the lines of Pottery Barn but they’re way too expensive for me, if that helps any. I want something that looks that good, but something I can afford.
    Don’t click on Braxton B’s link. It’s a virus!

  43. Robert February 22, 2014 at 1:21 am Reply

    I live in louisiana.
    What all do I need to do in order to legally begin renting out trailers to tenants?

  44. Migdalia February 22, 2014 at 1:21 am Reply

    Does anyone live in a mobile home that could reccomend or not? I am 19 and pregnant and was thinking about getting a house with my boyfriend but if we did that we would not be able to afford anything else. We found nearby mobile homes VERY cheap. Are they what their reputation says they are? Are they a good place to raise a baby? I know it depends on the area most likely but any info on them?

  45. Jannette February 22, 2014 at 1:21 am Reply

    i was going to buy a 2br 1 bath 1980 mobile home for 2500. i was going to rent it out. how much should i ask for?
    the lot rent is 150.
    am i over paying for the mobile home?
    let me know
    thank you
    the bad thing is that there are no ads around here so i dont know what to ask for it.
    i know that it will not be moved. i live in reidsville nc so if anyone has any links for pricing i would really be happy.
    thank you

  46. Sherill February 22, 2014 at 6:27 am Reply

    Renting is like throwing my money away….

  47. Tamie February 22, 2014 at 7:13 am Reply

    either purchasing a mobile home for $180,000 or buying/renting a Condominium. I need help on deciding what is best for me and the money i make. the disadvantages and advantages of both

  48. Enda February 25, 2014 at 11:52 am Reply

    hello everyone i wanted to see if i could get anyone’s opinion on buying a mobile home, i want to buy it and rent it out, but the only thing is because i’ve never done anything like this before, is there something that i should think about before buying one. thanks
    thanks everybody for responding, im 21 and wanting to buy a mobile home from a mobile home park, like i said i know nothing of this ive never bought one, i just want to know mainly what am i getting myself into..lol
    thanks everybody for responding, im 21 and wanting to buy a mobile home from a mobile home park, like i said i know nothing of this ive never bought one, i just want to know mainly what am i getting myself into..lol

  49. Scottie February 25, 2014 at 12:05 pm Reply

    My hubby and i are looking at a mobile home 5bed 3bath 2,000sq. ft. 1acre corner lot but ou familys ae skepticle about us buying it they think it is a bad puchase but we just love it. And we have 3 kids plus is daughter from a previous marriage. What should i do o tell them o anyhting plz help me.
    ok well we want a mobile home for our family but my hubbys parents ae co-signing and think it isnt a good idea and im afaid if i dont convince them then they will back out what do i do
    Its a 2001 model and it is on the land and the land is ncluded for 79,900 and im getting 15,000 fom the indians fo my down payment.

  50. Sonja February 27, 2014 at 3:21 am Reply

    Can I decide to no longer rent the property?

  51. Greta March 14, 2014 at 11:13 pm Reply

    I’m looking to purchase a mobile home in the near future here, and I know that theres been a big to-do about a few grand that you can get from the govt for first time home-buyers. Does this apply to mobile homes, and if so, is there any stipulations on how much the trailer must cost and how old it is, and whether it is on a rented lot or private lot?

  52. Zane March 14, 2014 at 11:26 pm Reply

    My sister in law is thinking of purchasing one, can anyone tell why she should or should not buy a mobile home?

  53. Meta March 16, 2014 at 2:53 pm Reply

    my husband and i would like to move to a mobile home. we are going to save money and move out of state, to be closer to my family. we have researched our options, and concluded home loan is out at first. no one will give us a loan if we don’t have secure jobs there. so we decided apartment or mobile home. we would rather mobile home, my question is- how does that work? can you rent them? do you pay rent for the trailer and then rent for the lot, or is it together since it would be in a park? i have located a few parks i have interest in, but seeing as how it is 4 to 5 months out, i have not called yet. neither of us in our adult life have lived in a mobile home, only apartments, so we cannot remember how that worked. also, rough estimate on how much a 3 bedroom 2 bathroom would cost us? i know you cant give approximate, but rough would help. any help would be very appreciated. thank you.
    that is good advice from both of you. thank you!

  54. Kurt March 21, 2014 at 8:09 am Reply

    They have very nice Manufactured mobile homes for great prices. A 2 bed 2 bath for
    30K-60K
    Me and my mom want to move out from my grandparents house. I will be making 2400-2800 a month as a vet assistant + working weekends. I think a apartment is throwing our money away. If i save up a lump some of money and buy a movile home and an acre of land . All i would pay is property taxes and home taxes. No rent at all. I plan on saving up enough to pay edleast 70% of the home. Or pay it in full if i cant get a loan . I dont care if it goes down in value idont want to sell it. I will probably keep it forever if i find my perfect mobile home. I also want to pay in full so if i get layed off i dont have to worry about a mortgage , will have an emergeny daving for food and utilites and such. Also i dont want to buy a house to expensive rather live mortgage free. I would invest in solar panels also And i i have to bring in my own propane water ill have to figure something out

  55. Osvaldo March 24, 2014 at 9:15 pm Reply

    Sometimes, i’ve heard it’s cheaper to have a mortgage and rent space for a mobile home than renting an apt. If i don’t plan on buying a home for a while, until i know where to settle, is buying a mobile home an alternate option? Does this make any sense?

  56. Ronnie March 25, 2014 at 4:28 am Reply

    that you still owe money on? husband and I need to move now. mobile home-bought for 35k-owe 23k still on it. owe 16k on land. I know the renters cannot destroy the land BUT they can the house.
    Is this a crazy idea to rent it out for 900 a month?(300 a room) plus bills?

  57. Kortney March 31, 2014 at 3:31 pm Reply

    ok so my fiancee and i are looking for a place, a small place just for starting out and we just found out the mobile home my mother has been renting out will be vacant at the end of this month and now im looking to try and find out if there is anyone who can help with getting a loan to simply buy the trailer…if anyone knows anything please let me know as soon as possible…also i dont have the best credit but my husband-to-be has decent credit, in fact theres not much on his report at all!!!! if u have any info plz let me know!!! thanks!!!
    also it is not on rented property…we own the property…we had a house there but it burned down…does that change anything??

  58. King June 1, 2014 at 12:20 am Reply

    I’m twenty and single and looking to move out on my own. I do not go to college but I make about $1800 a month AFTER taxes. I would like an apartment, but I have an 80-pound dog and no apartments around here seem to allow any dogs over 25 pounds. Besides, I’m more interested on buying something that’s mine instead of renting and basically paying someone else’s mortage. What should I do? I need to move within the next six months or I’m going to go crazy here (family members are moving in with us and we already have a very small house).
    I have a friend who is interested in being a long-term roommate and is able to pay up to $300 a month for a room.
    I have good credit and 20% to put down. I haven’t had my job for two years, though. Hmm. (I’m self-employed.)

    A diet program? Are you kidding me?! Getting a Lab/Pit mix to 25 pounds would be abuse! I’m not getting rid of my dog, ever, if that’s what you mean by “change” it… but yes, renting is just awful to me. I hate the idea of it.
    What about a rent to own??

  59. Noble June 1, 2014 at 12:54 am Reply

    I am a college student and needed a place to live. This mobile home is 665/mo plus bills split between me and two of my friends. Is it worth it? the mobile home park looks pretty nice, but i wanted to get advice from someone who has lived in a mobile home before. How was it?

  60. Rey June 1, 2014 at 12:55 am Reply

    Ok, so my husband and I want to stop renting and purchase a home. We cannot afford to buy a house so we thought about purchasing a new moblile home or a modular. My husbands credit score is in the high 600’s and mine is 580 (i know BAD). But a majority of it is hospital bills from years ago that I just can’t pay off. I was just wondering if we can still buy a new mobile home even if our credit is bad? We both have secure jobs and are not planning on leaving them anytime soon. Thanks all that reply.

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