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SellMobileHome.Net Hits 500 Likes on Facebook
by: Marc Faulkner-Mobile Home Buyer Feb 15th, 2018

Just a quick shout out that after a couple of years of working on our Facebook page we have reached a milestone of 500 followers.  I must admit that I was skeptical when I first started using Facebook for our mobile home dealership.  We were already using LinkedIn and blogging about mobile homes online.  Now looking back, there is no doubt that Facebook has been a great way for us to connect with clients and potential clients on a more personal level.  We are connecting with REAL people everyday that are looking to sell mobile homes on Facebook.  We have also had some of our clients post great reviews of our mobile home buying service and I feel this has created a lot of credibility for our website and our business!  If you haven't connected with The Great Lakes #1 Mobile Home Buyer on Facebook-check us out there now CLICK HERE........   

So You Need to Sell a Mobile Home 
by: Marc Faulkner / Mobile Home Buyer January 31, 2018

People sell mobile homes for many reasons.  Most of the time they are selling due to a life change.  It could be a new job has caused the need to move or a new child means a need to buy a larger mobile home.  Many times an inherited mobile home can become a real boat anchor as you realize that there is lot rent due monthly along with taxes, insurance, mowing the lawn, etc.  The holding costs of a mobile home can really add up over time decreasing the net gain when you eventually sell the mobile home.  It is not uncommon for mobile homes to sit for sale for over 7 months! 

Sure you can easily rent the mobile home instead of selling it but, most mobile home parks will not allow you rent out the mobile home, even though they might be renting out mobile homes themselves!  Most mobile home park rules state flat out no renting.  Mobile home renters can also be a REAL nightmare that brings to mind one of those Mayhem commercials.

You will also probably take a lot of calls from folks that would LOVE to buy your mobile home IF you will sell it on payments.  Mobile home contract sales are also forbidden in most mobile home parks rules.  Even if contracts aren’t forbidden in your mobile home park, do you really want to sell your mobile home on a contract and take the risk of the mobile home buyer defaulting?  Who is responsible for the lot rent in this situation?  

any parks are offering in house financing on their homes, whereby you are looking to or forced to sell your mobile home for cash.  There are still very few banks that will finance a used mobile home in a mobile home park so you are stuck between a rock and a hard place if you really want or NEED to sell a mobile home quickly and you probably are going to be in competition with the mobile home park.

If you have found yourself in any of the above mentioned situations when trying to sell your mobile home, I suggest you give us a call and get your mobile home sold this week.  With Spring in the air we have a real need to buy mobile homes to fill spaces.  I think you will find that we are a fun and completive mobile home buyer that is quick and easy to work with.         


So You NEED to Sell A Mobile Home Quickly?   by:  Marc Faulkner January 25, 2018

If you need to sell a mobile home quickly the first thing you should do is prep the mobile home and yourself for the sale.  You should step back and take a look from the mobile home buyers perspective and ask yourself,  "What are mobile home buyers looking for in today's market?"   

1.  Many mobile home buyers are going to want to know that they are dealing with the actual owner of the mobile home and that the owner has the title to the mobile home in hand and free of any liens.  Do you have your mobile home title in hand?  Is there anything standing in the way of the sale of your mobile home?

2.  Potential mobile home buyers are going to want to know exactly what they are looking at as an educated mobile home buyer.  Mobile home buyers will want to know what year the mobile home was built, the name of manufacturer, the length and width of the mobile home, the number of bed rooms, number of baths, appliances included, condition, work needed, and are there the taxes and lot rent due on the mobile home?  You will want to know this information and have documentation ready.  When you have an interested mobile home buyer, you don't want to delay the transaction by not being ready to make the deal happen when they are ready!

3.  Look around the mobile home "as if" you were a mobile home buyer.  What do you see when you look at the mobile home?  Is it clean and free of clutter?  I prefer to look at mobile homes that are vacant as I can see much more of the good, bad and ugly!  While this may be impossible since you still haven't moved out of the mobile home yet, it will pay BIG TIME to clean up the mobile home and eliminate any unnecessary furniture and knickknacks. 

Fresh paint is inexpensive and easy to apply.  Most mobile home buyers are going to prefer clean, bright walls and ceilings, so go with white whenever possible.  While bright colors may be great for you or your child, the idea is that you want your mobile home to appeal to the widest possible audience, when you really want to sell your mobile home fast!  For some great ideas on how to fix up your mobile home visit IF you would rather just sell your mobile home as is / where is just contact us here at  

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