To get rid of a mobile home, first check for relevant municipal rules, find a contractor to do the work, locate an appropriate landfill, demolish the structure and dispose of the debris. You need a phone for calling local government and landfills, a contractor for demolition and a way to haul away the debris. Completion time is estimated at a few weeks to a few months.Continue Reading
Call your city or county inspections department to find out if a permit is needed for demolition. If so, secure the required permit. Find a contractor who has experience and the proper equipment to demolish the mobile home. If possible, request that the contractor haul the waste to an appropriate landfill. If required in your municipality, ask your demolition contractor to fill out a form with details of the demolition project, including the address, the type of structure being demolished and the contractor's license information.
Check with your local municipality for a list of area landfills that accept construction debris. Call the landfills to find out about any restrictions on times for disposal and the cost of disposal.
Before demolition begins, offer the contractor the opportunity to take any metal and other valuable scrap pieces in exchange for a price reduction. Have the contractor take the debris to the landfill, or gain access to a truck and haul the debris yourself.
Converting a mobile home into real property involves building a foundation for the mobile home, detaching transportation devices from the home, attaching the home to the foundation and obtaining a title for the home. Informing the Department of Motor Vehicles and the office of the county tax assessor of the conversion, and completing and filing any relevant forms completes the process.Full Answer >
To prepare a mobile home purchase agreement form, create a blank document in the word processing software, indicate the purpose of the agreement and include a section that talks about the model, make and the home's identification number. Also, indicate the home's physical address, include a warranty clause and signatures section, as eHow indicates.Full Answer >
To move a mobile home, find a mover, remove any attachments or decorations, disconnectthe utilities, pack up the interior and secure the exterior. Mobile home owners may find it useful to make a checklist while preparing their homes to move.Full Answer >
It is possible to sell a used double-wide mobile home. Although double-wide mobile homes often are sold with a lot or are left on a leased lot, it may be possible for the buyer to move the home to another location.Full Answer >