One of the easiest places to find used and repossessed mobile homes is through a reputable mobile home dealer. Many of them sell both used and new mobile homes, while others specialize in used or repossessed ones.Continue Reading
Repossessed mobile homes are often sold only by dealers who buy them at auction after the bank repossessed them. These are often newer homes with more up-to-date amenities, but they are still typically cheaper than a brand new mobile home. Some dealers also refurbish older mobile homes to make them more up-to-date and energy-efficient, which can save money in the long run.
Some owners sell their used mobile homes themselves, which can save the buyer money but is also a little riskier. These mobile homes are often listed in newspaper or online classified advertisements. They may be listed on general sites, such as Craigslist.com, or on specialty sites that focus on selling mobile homes, such as MHBO.com. Owners or managers of mobile home parks may also be good people to ask, because they may know of residents who are planning to sell soon. Companies that specialize in moving mobile homes may also have inexpensive used buildings for sale.
People buying a used or repossessed mobile home should always have it inspected by a professional before committing to the purchase. People going through a dealer should check the company's reviews online and through consumer organizations, such as the Better Business Bureau, to make sure the dealer is trustworthy.Learn more about Real Estate