I think there are a whole of RED FLAGS here!
Are you sure you want to pursue this?
It also sounds like you do have your own Agent representing you; that is the first thing you should do.
Normally, you won't see a Pre-Title until you are in Escrow; so that is not unreasonable.
If you made an offer with Inspection and Appraisal Contingencies, you would be protected and could walk away: Have your Agent write them for 20-30 days so that you have time to inspect thoroughly.
Plan on asking the County for an inspection so that you will be clear with them.
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If you're talking about a manufactured home park/community contact the manager. You will need to fill out an application and be accepted by the park management before you can ever purchase the home. But be sure you don't put any money down on the home before you know you've been accepted.
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Absolutely. The VA loan does require that a home maintain certain living standards so if the home is really trashed, that particular home may not qualify. As long as the foreclosure is in decent condition, you should have no difficulty using your VA loan.
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