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Cost to place modular home in parker?

pkrrvr619

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Looking at a river pad and was wondering, is buying a lot and placing a modular a huge pain in the ass?

Found a lot in a community i like, modular homes seem reasonable, but how much is septic and attaching utilities?

Not a lot of info, anyone done this before with successs?
 

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Looking at a river pad and was wondering, is buying a lot and placing a modular a huge pain in the ass?

Found a lot in a community i like, modular homes seem reasonable, but how much is septic and attaching utilities?

Not a lot of info, anyone done this before with successs?
Septic should be around $12k, a manufactured home can run from around $75k on up depending. If you want it ground set it will bring the install cost up, but it will look more like a stick built. I have a couple lots in Kingman I might build out but still holding tight... if you own the lot you can expect to put out about $150k for something decent with fencing and some landscaping... good luck!
 

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Looking at a river pad and was wondering, is buying a lot and placing a modular a huge pain in the ass?

Found a lot in a community i like, modular homes seem reasonable, but how much is septic and attaching utilities?

Not a lot of info, anyone done this before with successs?
Where is it? Lot of spots in Parker are on sewer and will make you hook up to the sewer and pay like $40/mth which is not a big deal but the hook-up might be. Check with the community or call Buckskin Sanitary with the address.
 
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When my buddy put his modular in Big Bend, they did all the utilities for him.

But...

He's been paying lot rent for almost 30 years now?

His logic is...

He couldn't buy property that close to the water for the same price.
 
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When my buddy put his modular in Big Bend, they did all the utilities for him.

But...

He's been paying lot rent for almost 30 years now?

His logic is...

He could buy property that close to the water for the same price.
You mean could not?? Also saves on property taxes and some utilities.......
 

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What the waiting time today on a Mobile Home?

Months or years?
 

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Greg Games put a new mobile in 3/4 years back. He might have an idea. I think he’s @GregG ?
 

78DiMarco

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Are there pre owned units out there ready to move?
what I'm talking about are new units that need to be installed. Don't forget about the utilities. if the lot has water, power and natural gas at the street it won't cost much to have them connected. but if not close it can get expensive. As another poster mentioned the (the city or county) may require you to connect to sewer if it is close by... they have been running sewer are around Parker and upriver the past few years so I'd expect you may need to connect to sewer...
 
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