Single-Wide Mobile Home Financing

A mobile homes is an affordable choice for the homebuyer with a modest
budget. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development refers to
mobile homes as manufactured homes, which it defines as a home built
to its Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards, or HUD
Code. Several financing options exist for mobile home buyers.
Personal Property LoanA mobile home that doesn't qualify as real
property, or real estate, may qualify for financing as personal
property. This type of loan is similar to auto and boat loans and is
appropriate for buyers who are purchasing a mobile home that will be
set up on a leased lot. Although private lenders sometimes make these
loans, the primary s
How to Sell a Single-Wide Mobile Home
Single-wide mobile homes make good starter homes for some people, good
hunting camps for others, and good investments for landlords and
mobile-home park owners, but if you don't know how to sell one, doing
so is a frustrating venture. It's not like selling a house with land,
and many real estate agents won't or can't help you. You need to be
resourceful and try marketing to more than one group of prospective
buyers.Difficulty:Moderately ChallengingInstructions Things You'll
Vehicle identification number

the VIN (vehicle identification number) and the title, which the state
will have on file if you've lost your copy. The VIN is often posted

How to Skirt a Single Wide Mobile Home
Skirting insulates the home during summer and winter by creating a
nearly dead-air space below the home. It protects your plumbing during
freezing weather and prevents animals and pests from entering the
space under the home. Available in aluminum and vinyl, the skirting
prevents strong updrafts from lifting the home up off its piers.
Skirting comes precolored and in several different styles, including
imitations of rock and brick, which can add significant aesthetic
value to the home.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll
Skirting kit
Wood saw
Fine-tooth woodcutting
Plumb bob
Treated 2 x 4 material
Chalk line
How to Make a Single-Wide Mobile Home More Spacious
Single-wide mobile homes are not known for their spacious interiors.
If you live in one, you might be feeling just a bit hemmed in.
Fortunately, there are several things you can do to create the
illusion of space in your mobile home. With some thought and
creativity, you can make your single-wide feel much roomier than it
is.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Consider remodeling your mobile
home to remove a wall or other divider that separates your living room
from your kitchen. Pull up the floor covering in your living, dining
and kitchen and lay the same laminate or tile throughout the entire
space for a cleaner and more spacious look.
Paint the walls a
light, clean color to give the il
How to Remodel a Single-wide Mobile Home Into a House
Remodeling a single-wide mobile home to resemble a traditional house
does not require hiring a professional. If you have basic carpentry
skills, this task can be done by many do-it-yourselfers. Mobile homes
commonly are built with items not found in traditional homes -- for
example, wood paneling. Primer and paint will make a wall look like
drywall instead of a wood-paneled wall. Allow sufficient time to
remodel your single-wide mobile home into a
house.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll
Pry bar
Dish washing detergent
Putty knife
100-grit sandpaper
100 percent latex
Latex-based paint
Utility knife
How to Decorate an Older Single-Wide Mobile Home
When you decorate an older single-wide mobile home, you face a few
challenges. Besides an update, you will also want to enhance the
natural lighting inside the mobile and expand the visual size of the
home both inside and out. Start with a clean slate by ridding the
space of dirt and dust, then approach decorating with efforts to
lighten and brighten the space throughout. If you are on a tight
budget, you can re-purpose items in your home or purchase inexpensive
items from garage sales or resale shops to get your project
started.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll
How to Donate a Single Wide Mobile Home
Donating to a local charity is an admirable personal attribute. You
may desire to donate a big-ticket item, such as a car or a mobile
home, to a well-deserved organization in your area. You can donate a
single-wide mobile home freely without getting anything in return, but
you must obtain a value appraisal beforehand in order to claim it as a
tax write-off at the end of the year. The IRS requires that you obtain
an appraisal for any item valued over $500 in order to claimed a
deduction for it. Once an appraisal has been obtained, the title must
be signed over and presented to the charity to which it is being
donated.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
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