Frequently Asked Questions For Mobile Home Sellers & Owners
Maybe you have a few questions. That’s okay; most people do. So here’s a quick collection of some of the questions people ask us… along with our answers. If you still have a question, don’t hesitate to contact us (or give us a call) and we’ll be happy to answer it for you.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: I was just evicted from the mobile home park in South Carolina. Can I sell my mobile home still?
A: Yes! We help families in across South Carolina through the various stages of eviction. The selling process needs to be handled in a timely manner, otherwise the mobile home park will eventually take possession of your mobile home or manufactured home. In order to make sure you get paid for your mobile, we recommend taking action as soon as possible. SC Mobile Home Buyers will buy your mobile for cash in less than 48 hours!
Q: I am moving to another state, can you still give me a down payment for a manufactured home?
A: YES! We are known for being a flexible company that makes working with us a pleasure anywhere in South Carolina. In challenging times, we love helping families, and we buy mobile homes in any condition. Reach out to us today to find out how we can assist you and your family.
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Q: My mobile home is in rough condition. What repairs do I need to make before I sell it?
A: NONE! South Carolina Mobile Home Buyers purchases manufactured homes AS-IS for CASH. No repairs are required prior to selling your mobile home to us. Give us a call to get your cash offer! (803) 320-5445
Q: Are there any fees or commissions to work with you?
A: NO! Absolutely not. We are a no-fee company and do not charge a fee to help mobile home owners and sellers with selling their mobile home. We make cash offers on mobile homes all over South Carolina. To learn more about our cash buying process you can visit our “How It Works” page.
Q: Can I sell my mobile home if lot rent is owed?
A: Definitely! A judgment of eviction can appear on your record for the next seven years. This will also make it more difficult for you to purchase a home in the future. South Carolina Mobile Home Buyers can buy your mobile home quickly so that you can repay your debts and take care of your troublesome mobile home.
Q: Is there any obligation when I submit my information to sell my mobile home?
A: There is absolutely zero obligation for you. Once you tell us a bit about your mobile home, we’ll take a look at the information you have sent us, set up a call with you to find out a bit more about your situation, and make you an all-cash offer that’s fair for you and fair for us. From there, it’s 100% your decision on whether or not you’d like to sell your mobile home to us… and we won’t hassle you, or won’t harass you.
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Q: Should I use a realtor to sell my mobile home?
A: The answer is yes and no. At South Carolina Mobile Home Buyers, we are committed to educating mobile home owners about the mobile home selling process. We can help you learn the pros and cons of selling your mobile home with realtors in South Carolina, and the hidden costs associated with realtors. We follow all the guidelines and laws in the State of SC, making your selling process faster and easier.
Q: Can I move a mobile home by myself?
A: Most manufactured homeowners aren’t scared of tackling any challenge on their own, specially in South Carolina. However, we’d strongly advise against trying to move a manufactured home by yourself. Moving a thousand square feet plus, 40-50 ton object is no walk in the park. Neither is all the preparation and setup services required before and after.
If not done properly, it could not only make the move extremely difficult and land you in “hot water” with the law, but it can jeopardize the integrity of your home. There is a very good reason that it becomes harder to finance a home the more times it has been moved – the chances of something going wrong and damaging the structure of the home is just too big.
The only way to tow the home by yourself would be to hire a truck, assuming you have a license. You will also need to hire some extra pairs of hands, rent a crane to lift and move the home, etc. Not to mention, you need to know how to disconnect and connect utilities, separate and join the sections of a manufactured home (if you have a double-wide), and check for any damage to the chassis.
Q: Is everything included in the price of the mobile home move?
A: If you either buy your home new or from a wholesaler/reseller, the chances are good that they will take care of all the transportation for you. Manufacturers often include the transportation at no extra cost when you buy the home. Wholesalers might require you to pay an extra fee to move the home to a specific area.
Q: Can I move my mobile home anywhere?
A: Again, this is a good question to be asking. No, you can’t always move your manufactured home wherever you want. There’s a little something called “wind zone,” and it affects where certain homes are allowed to be moved to.
Q: Can I just sell my mobile home instead, will it be cheaper?
A: Yes, we can help you with selling your mobile home. We are also a cash buyer for mobile homes in South Carolina. We buy mobile homes across the entire state. Click here for more information on selling your mobile home.