Asked by First Time, North Carolina • Tue Jun 9, 2009
mobile home (but not the land it sits on), it depends on local law as to whether or not it's considered a primary residence. If by local law, the mobile home is considered a permanent fixture, then it is considered by the IRS to be a primary residence (and you cannot claim first time home buyer). If a double-wide was titled (not deeded over because it was set up on rented land) and was not on a permanent foundation, can anyone tell me if it is considered a permanent fixture in NC? Does permanent fixture have more to do with anchors and foundation, or with how the home was taxed (real estate vs. personal property)?
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