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Thu Dec 11, 2014
Kevin Richey answered:
Unfortunately, there are several people that make money scamming people in this way. I have seen several on Craig's list, usually the property owner is "out of the country" for some mysterious reason. Even though the scams vary a little, the unsuspecting person is asked to send money to someone they don't know. The age old adage is still good advice today, "If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is". One good way to flush these people out it is to ask specific info about the area like, how far from the hospital is it, or what school district is the house in? They will not be able to answer these types of questions as they don't really own the house they are trying to rent.

Hope that helps?
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Sun Oct 20, 2013
Claudia Muller answered:
Yes. You must have a minimum of 30% down pay,net
I have a very reliable source for this product.
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Sun Sep 8, 2013
John Arendsen answered:
Just make sure that the RE Professional is also a Manufactured Home Expert. Don't just list your home with the cutest smile you get. There's a lot of nuances and idiosyncrasies about MH's that many if most RE agents & brokers are not aware of. Especailly if the home is in a rent/lease park/community.

You really should find a Manufactured Home Dealer who is licensed to deal in Manufactured Housing. I don't service the Clovis area but I would be more than happy to refer you to a qualified and experienced MH expert in your area. Please feel free to call me anytime at 760 815-6977 or email me at
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Fri Jan 4, 2013
Casey Rogers answered:
Good afternoon ~ Are you an experienced investor? Buying homes at auction certainly is not for everyone as there are no warranties or inspection periods as you would have buying a home through a traditional sale, a short sale, or even a foreclosed home.

Most of my clients have found they were better off working with a Realtor (ME) in finding their home or investment. Auctions have become extremely competitive and finding a "great deal" has become increasingly more difficult. I would recommend working with a good, high-octane Realtor to help you find what you're looking for.
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Sun Sep 12, 2010
Mrb answered:
Thank you all for your answers. Do the banks not realize people such as my husband and I do not want to buy houses that have been sitting empty and deteriorating for months and even years? We are also hesitant to buy when we see blocks with numerous empty houses and you just don't know what the neighborhood is going to end up looking like. Banks need to put more houses on the market. So much of it now looks like a bunch of junk. We're not interested in going in debt for 30 years for junk. ... more
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