I'd get a thorough inspection by an experienced manufactured home inspector and not just any home inspector. There's are several nuances about a manufactured home you need to consider as well. Does the home have earthquake braces? What's the condition of the pier and pad support system under the home? Is the vapor barrier and insulation in tact and free from rips and tears. Is the home dry underneath? Is it in a flood plain?
If it is a PRE HUD HOME, built before June 15, 1976 you may want to consider removing the old trailer/mobilehome and replaceing it with a new HUD Manufactured Home.
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The first thing you want to do is make sure you qualify income wise for the park you want to live in. Visit the park manager and pick up an application and ask them what the requirements are, what the space rent is.
Sometimes there are for sale by owners units in many parks, do a drive thru and check bulletin boards. You can also use a real estate agent or mobile home dealer to help you look.