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Thu Aug 18, 2016
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If you buy a mobile home on leased land, remember the landlord can raise the rent, as high as he wants, when ever he wants.
You want to own the land and the mobile.

If you know where there is a lot of land, and want to put a new mobile home on it. I have a loan that will wrap the land and the mobile home plus the cost of improvements all in one package. There is a low 3.5% Down payment and the APR is about 4.3-4.8% (note rates 3.5 % to 4%)
It is called a "One Time Close" because you just find the lot, find the mobile or manufactured home (Can be used for stick built as well.)

call 714-968-2500 for more information

License 287206
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Mon Aug 26, 2013
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Hello Joyce like Ryan said not trafic you are looking at about 40 min, my commute from Galt to Midtown Sac on the worse side of the time is about one hour and on the best side of the clock no traffic I am doing about 25 min...

Hope that helps.
fyi I use hwy 99
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Fri Nov 25, 2011
Kevin Johnson answered:
I have a moble home for sale $ 4.000 and it yours 2 br 1 1/2 bath in family park call me 209-607-0901
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Thu Oct 7, 2010
Portland_Real_Estate answered:
There are plenty of foreclosures not just tax. Heres a good free resource.
http://pennyhomes.net/search1/
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Wed Sep 9, 2009
Ryan Sherman answered:
County recorders office would have it the moment or shortly there after it was recorded. County records update in our Realtor MLS system within a week or two from the date it was recorded. You can check with any Realtor to get you the info as well. Thanks Ryan ... more
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Wed Jun 17, 2009
Stephen Davis answered:
Eric - I hope that you have solved your problem. I was talking today with one of the most respected lenders in Lodi and we were talking about that condo development.
I know the investor, a doctor, who owns quite a few of the units. The lender who I was speaking with has made FHA loans in that complex this year. He has a good relationship with his underwriters and they can make this work.
You can contact me directly and I will give you the lenders name. It is possible with the right lender.
Good Luck.
Steve Davis
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