Actually, the best thing to do is determine if the home is on leased land (rental) or resident owned. Should it be the former you could seek a licensed MH dealer. You don't need a licensed RE broker in this instance and you could probably save yourself some money on the commission.
However, if it is real property (you own the land) then you would need the services of a licensed RE brokerage. Whatever you do, as others have suggested, with your limited knowledge of RE please seek professional advice.
So what if it cost you a sales commission. What's that really mean in the long run? A few extra bucks to save you thousands of dollars for all the things you didn't know? If you need any advice on how to move forward please feel free to contact us through our website at no charge. Good luck.... more