I am looking for the mobile home thats for sale now on Doolittle dr. in Sabre City park in Roseville, ca.

Asked by Aehice, Sacramento, CA Sun Oct 28, 2012

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John Arendsen, Agent, Leucadia, CA
Sun Oct 28, 2012
Wow! 50k for an old single wide? I sure hope the park that its in is in the path of progress or a very popular location i.e. river, lake, mountains, country, etc. Or that better be for the cost of the lot. You'll never get your money out of that old trailer and you'll never get it financed.

Additionally PRE HUD homes, built befor June 15, 1976 are renowned for caustic and carcinogenic chemicals i.e. formaldehyde, asbestos, etc. I'd be very leary about this even if the rent is too cheap to pass up. There's got to be some better deals out there.

If you do own the lot and are planning to pull the old trailer out and put a new home in it make sure you get some comps in the area. I wouldn't put a lot of money in a run down MH park/community unless it's in a real nice area with some very upwardly mobile potential.
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It is the lot that is worth $50K. Joe wrote there is no value in the trailer.
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Jim Walker, Agent, Carmichael, CA
Sun Oct 28, 2012
It is shown as an active listing in the MLS at that price. I have known the listing agent for twenty years.
The $50,000 asking price is the lot value according to Joe. The trailer itself has very little value, so it is sold "as is"
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Thanks, Im considering selling the one I have in Escalon and moving to Roseville.
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