If you own or rent a mobile or manufactured home, you need a place to park it. To do that, you will need to sign a written lot lease agreement. Because a mobile home is a form of housing that can be readily moved and is not permanently attached to real property, it is classified as personal property under the law. A mobile home "lot" is simply a piece of real estate where a mobile home can be legally placed and inhabited. The law requires that agreements for the lease or rental of these lots, like all real estate contracts, be reduced to writing. So it is important you understand the conditions and limitations of the agreement.
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I would recommend reading through your contract. We, as realtors, can't give you advice on how to cancel a contract (at least not in Wisconsin). My other recommendation would be to contact an attorney.... more
If you really want to sell your property, you should get in touch with a real estate agent that can assist you, not only in advice you which the right price should be, but with the marketing of your home, staging your home, provide you with a qualify buyer and help you with the negotiations that will finished on the closing table.
Each state have different standars when it comes to tenant's eviction. In most cases, the Landlord should serve the tenant with multiple eviction notices until you give them the "unconditional quit" which is the worst to receive from the tenant point of view. This notice give not chance for the tenant to remedy any breach of contract.
We are probably going to agree to disagree on this but:
If buyer and seller agree that your fictional house is worth $350K and the sale closes for $350K then your appraisal of $300K is wrong. It is buyers and sellers, mostly buyers, who determine what a house is worth. Banks determine what they are willing to lend. Appraisers do their best to put a value on a house, but they are not always correct.... more