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Here at Highest Cash Offer, we receive hundreds of home buying and selling inquiries per day. One of the most common questions we’re asked is: “is selling a mobile home to be moved possible?”

This is frequently asked because many are eager to part ways with a mobile home, but not quite ready to give up the land it sits on.

If you’re considering selling a mobile home to be moved but not sure how or where to start, continue reading below as our experts explain the possibilities, potential problems, and the process!

selling a mobile home to be moved

Reasons for Selling a Mobile Home & Keeping the Land

There are several reasons why you may want to keep the land the mobile home is currently situated on. Most notably, mobile homes simply aren’t worth as much as the land. No matter how remodels you undertake or upgrades you make, mobile homes ALWAYS go down in value and will never be worth what you originally paid for it.

Another reason you may want to keep the land is because you would like to sell it as well down the road. Selling the land on its own has the potential to yield a greater return than if you sell the home and land as a combo package.

If the land is in a rural area, you may be considering keeping it while you relocate to a different area, or you may want to unload the mobile home so you can build a brick and mortar home in its place.

Some also keep the land because there is currently a lien against it while the mobile home is free and clear. You can then use money received in the sale of the home to pay some or all of the lien.

Challenges with Selling A Mobile Home and Keeping the Land

You may face some legal challenges when selling a mobile home to be moved. For instance, if the mobile home is included in the legal description of the land, it cannot be sold separately. In this situation, the home and the land are considered one legal property and thus cannot be broken up for sale in parts.

Meanwhile, you could be facing tax issues if the home and the land are under the same title. If this is the case, you would need to contact your local tax office, as well as a treasurer and a property appraiser in your area. Depending on your location, there may be forms you can complete in order to get a new title issued by the state.

In addition to legal hurdles, selling a mobile home without land to a private buyer leads to even more hoops to jump through. Most specifically, the land is what makes the home more valuable. Selling it without it sharply decreases the value of the home.

If you do find a buyer that is willing to take the home without the land, the offer could be much less than the already reduced value due to costs the buyer will incur. These costs include hiring someone to transport the home to another location as well as insurance on the home during relocation.

If you own an older mobile home, the value will drop even further, especially if you’re trying to sell a fixer upper house in need of minor or major repairs.

Your chances of selling a mobile home fast without land to a private buyer will increase if the home is newer, has been kept up, only been moved once and has two bedrooms or more.

Selling A Mobile Home to be Moved FAST with Highest Cash Offer

selling a mobile home to be moved

You can sell a mobile home FAST with Highest Cash Offer! We can eliminate the all hassles associated with selling the mobile home to a private buyer!

With Highest Cash Offer, there are:

  • NO upgrades, remodels or repairs to make!
  • NO realtors!
  • NO listings!
  • NO closing costs!

And what’s more, we’ll make you a CASH OFFER that, if accepted, will be paid out in as little as SEVEN DAYS!

We work on YOUR timeline! SELL on YOUR terms and move when YOU’RE READY!

To sell your mobile home FAST for CASH, give Highest Cash Offer a call at  or fill out or NO-RISK, NO-OBLIGATION form at https://highestcashoffer.com/offer/

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