Well...it was bound to happen. After fixing/flipping and writing notes on half a dozen mobile homes, we finally have our first non-payer. So...I'm looking for the process to repossess the property in California. Is there a step-by-step outline for this? Can it be done 'self-help' style or is an attorney mandatory?
@Jeff Markowski You may want to talk to a few mobile home park owners and managers in your area. I'm sure some are familiar with the process. Also, your local manufactured housing association is a great source of information. They may be able to refer legal counseling services for this niche. Good luck!!
@Jeff Markowski I don't know CA law, but an attorney consult should be well worthwhile.
My best guess is that it would be handled like a car repo as mobile homes are not normally considered to be "real property", but "personal property" like a car or boat. Your local laws will dictate though.
I was curious if you were able to figure out the process Mr. Markowski?
I'm located down in Oceanside and am looking to get started in the fixing/flipping and writing notes on mobile homes business. I was wondering if I might be able to talk to you offline or on this forum about the whole process? I'm looking to get all of my ducks in a row before getting started.
Thanks in advance.