No, I am sorry. This mobile home went into contract with a buyer just over a week ago. There are others available in the same park. Let me know if you'd be interested in more information about any of them and I'll see to it that you receive it.
It really depends on what best means to you--if you are not familiar with the areas, consider taking the time and exploring neighborhoods, look at everything that is important to you, then make your determination, where will your comfort level best be reached.... more
As an HOA manager, forward plannter, consultant and Realtor, I can help you with your HOA question, but would need to know what you'd like to know about HOAs. If you are asking specifically how an HOA might help or hurt a home's present and/or future value, I'd need to know what type of home you're considering--condo, planned development (attached homes) or planned development detached homes. If you want to know, procedurally, how an HOA is involved in the sale, the answer for that one is that the HOA only provides documents and will charge either the seller or buyer for the cost of those documents. For more information about HOAs and how they operate, check out my website below, and click on "blogs" to read my three-part piece on the ABCs of HOAs.
Grace Morioka, SRES, Realtor, Facilitator, HOA Expert
San Jose, CA... more
Thats probably exactly why she wants to do this. She bought and bailed and now is worried about the aftermath. If her old lender gets a deficiency judgement they could very well attach a lien to her new house. They can't attach a lien of she doesn't own the property. To me it is pretty clearly fraudulent to sign over your title to avoid a lien, after stepping out on the first lender like this, but I am not a lawyer.
It sounds like you dont feel comfortable with this, and understandably so. Not sure if there are any possible legal ramifications in getting involved, but if you just dont feel right about it, don't do it.... more