Mobile Home Brokers In Genesee County
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The key things to consider are the homes for sale themselves, the location, and the amenities provided. In order to provide a strong community, mobile home parks are organized like many apartment complexes, in terms of the services they offer. Read on to see five of the best mobile home parks in Genesee County!
Come join the growing Genesee County, MI! This mobile home park has homes for sale and rent, and with no age restrictions, which means everyone is welcome. It is a pet-friendly community! They offer double wide homes for sale with new layouts, that are recently renovated, and they all have pitched roofs.
Location is an important factor when considering the homes for sale in mobile home parks. Tyrone Woods is in Fenton, MI, just off of US-23. This mobile home park is just thirty minutes outside of Ann Arbor and Flint, MI.
Downtown Fenton, MI, and all of the stores necessary for your daily shopping, is just down the road from this mobile home park. Fenton has many fast-food options, for the busy household on the go, but also offers sit down dining restaurants for even the most special of occasions.
If you are looking for beautiful homes for sale in a peaceful mobile home park, or if you want to rent or create a new home, Tyrone Woods Manufactured Home Community is a great place to stop your search. Connect with us for any further questions and apply today to buy one of our homes for sale.
A professional staff is available for lots of services within the mobile home park. The community center is available for rent and has a fully stocked kitchen. The BBQ area is accessible to all as well.
The manufactured homes for sale are placed on beautiful lots. They are also able to accommodate mobile homes for sale with custom layouts. Vacant lots are available for parking your mobile home as well.
This mobile home park in Burton, MI, serves any age, with both homes for sale and vacant lots available. You will find just down the Rd, Flint, MI 48507, and Genesee County, giving this mobile home park a central location.
If your search is focused on living centrally, this mobile home park is a find. Being located between Ann Arbor and Flint, MI 48507, just 30 minutes from each, and a little less than an hour from the bigger cities of Lansing and Detroit, this is as central as you can get.
Cider Mill Crossings Mobile Home Park has many mobile homes for sale, and lots available. With the many options in housing, the location, and the community services available, feel free to happily end your search here.
East of Burton, MI, and further down the Rd, Flint, MI 48507, Timber Heights Mobile Home Park is right next to I-69. The immediate area has all of the stores for your basic shopping needs: for instance, Kroger and Meijer are just minutes away from the mobile home park.
Indian Hills Manor Mobile Home Park is a well-established fixture in Flint, MI 48507. This is an all-age community that offers a variety of services. The homes for sale at this mobile home park are also available to rent. There are also vacant lots to park your mobile home on.
The homes for sale themselves are modular, and some are outfitted with fireplaces. The lots for parking your mobile home are concrete, so there is no risk of flooding and no inconvenience. The community itself provides night security for peace of mind, and the mobile home park security is 24/7.
Mobile homes are titled in Michigan. Up until 1978, mobile homes were titled as a "trailer coach." Since 1978, they are titled as mobile homes. The title is identified as a "Certificate of Manufactured Home Ownership" or "Certificate of Mobile Home Title." These documents look like a vehicle title and serve the same purpose.
When a person buys a mobile home from a dealer, the dealer applies for the purchaser's new mobile home title using the Dealer Application for Certificate of Mobile Home Ownership. When an owner sells their mobile home, they assign the title to the new owner. The new owner brings the assigned title to a Secretary of State office to have it transferred into their name. An S-110L Application for Certificate of Manufactured Home Ownership is processed at the branch office. The fee for an original or transferred mobile home title is $90.If your mobile home title is lost, you may replace it by processing a duplicate title application at a Secretary of State office. When there is joint ownership on a title, only one of the owners must appear and sign the duplicate title application. An Appointment of Agent form from the co-owner is not required.Duplicate titles may also be ordered through our Online Services. They can only be issued to the owner listed on the title document.Whether you apply for a duplicate title at a branch office or online, the cost is $15. It will be mailed within 14 days. Same-day title service is not available for mobile home titles.
Mobile home park owners and operators often ask how they can obtain a title for a mobile home that has been abandoned in their park by the mobile home owner.There are two methods by which the park owner can title the mobile home:The mobile home owner can assign their mobile home title to the mobile home park. This is the easiest method, although usually the owner who abandoned the mobile home cannot be contacted for an assigned title.If assignment of the title by the owner is not possible, the presentation of a court order identifying the mobile home by year, make, and manufacturer's serial number and awarding ownership of the home to the park can be used. This requires the park owner to go to court to have the abandoned mobile home awarded to the mobile home park. Please note, the court order must assign ownership of the mobile home/manufactured housing into your name and indicate termination of a previous lien and if applicable, placement of new lienholder information. The court order serves in place of an assigned title.The Department of State has been advised that several circuit courts across the state are not familiar with accepting petitions for the awarding of mobile home ownership. Due to the lack of familiarity amongst some courts, the Michigan Department of State is providing the following information when filing a petition with the court. This information is provided for informational purposes only and should not be interpreted as legal advice.It has been reported to the department that some attorneys have had success when the mobile home is being conveyed along with the underlying real property by filing a quiet title action type in which the following information is provided in the order: Name of the owner as determined by the court, the vehicle identification number (VIN) or serial number of the mobile home, and a lienholder or lack thereof. Alternatively, the court may choose to accept a filing petition to award ownership of a vehicle. These court orders must contain the above information as well: Name of the owner as determined by the court, the vehicle identification number (VIN) or serial number of the mobile home, and a lienholder or lack thereof. PLEASE NOTE: The Department of State should not be named as a defendant in any case filing as this may delay the title issuance process. In fact, courts should not order the Michigan Department of State to issue a mobile home title, they should indicate the proper owner of the mobile home, in addition to the information noted above. Upon receipt of the court order, the Michigan Department will be able to issue a mobile home title when accompanied by the application for title, and title fee. 2b1af7f3a8