I would suggest contacting the management offices for a few mobile home parks; they may have a list of contractors who have performed work units in the mobile home park.
An alternate suggestion would be to do an internet search on mobile home manufacturers and contact them for any advice.
You may or may not find that a local contractor with good references is all you need.
As far as making a mobile home purchase, are you planning on leasing space for your mobile home in a mobile home park? If so, as part of your due diligence, you may want to clearly understand the terms of your lease in the mobile home park and have an attorney help you with that. If the owners ever wanted to sell the land and/or use the land for another purpose, how much notice would they have to provide? You may find that the lease terms protect you for several years and this mobile home fits your needs well. This is just but one example of terms that you want to understand. The comments herein are not all inclusive, and I am not an attorney, nor is this legal advice. You need an attorney to review the lease with you.
Deborah Madey - Broker
Peninsula Realty Group - NJ