Your local Department of Housing office can help you with the forms. The main office in Sacramento can direct you to your local branch. Better yet a local Escrow company that has an agent that specializes in Mobile Home transfers will make the process run smooth. If the home is on the Tax rolls a tax clearance will be required. If it is not, your buyer will need to have the money ready to pay the sales tax in addition to the transfer fees. Why not call a local agent that specializes in mobile/manufactured home sales that is familiar with your park? They will tell you what the real value of your home is and what your responsibilities are.
Best of luck to you...
Owner Mobile Home Connection
San Diego California
However, I don't understand the appraisal. If you'd wanted one, it should have been done before you marketed the property; if you have a buyer, you've probably already advertised/quoted a price. What if it appraises for more; are you going to tell him: "Sorry, but now I want more money"?
Also, mobile homes don't appreciate, certainly not like real estate. In fact, like cars, they depreciate. So, generally, a mobile home seller is pleased to sell the home for what he/she paid. I know plenty of mobile home owners who would be delighted to sell for what they paid for. You might use this as a gauge in your pricing. And, of course, if you're in a mobile home park, look at what similar homes are selling for.