Looking into building infrastructure needed for a mobile home park.
A business partner owns the land and is ready to build.
How could we split up land rights under mobile homes? And split up ownership of any units put on land with development costs?
@Taylor Bellin First step is to determine if the project will even work from a financial standpoint. Start with the end value of the buildings or lots and work backwards.
Next check with the city or county to determine if you can do what you want to do and what is required for all zoning approvals and the time frame,
Ask if you have to install curb, gutter, sidewalks, street signs, street lighting or any other special requirements.
Are there any specific street design requirements, DOT requirements, permits or traffic studies.
DWQ, Army Corp or any other environmental requirements or permits.
General permit fees, proffers, water/sewer tap fees and the process of setting taps and connecting. Do you need to install manholes or fire hydrants.
What are the bonding requirements, inspections and CO process.
You also need to check with the utility companies and get cost estimates from them for availability, fees, hookup charges, transformer and power line/power pole locations or relocation requirements, water, sewer,gas, cable etc
You will need ball park cost estimates from site work contractors for site work, roads, installation of utility lines etc.
As always @Greg Dickerson so informative and right on. I learned a lot of what you said today. Thanks for reinforcing my learning and helping others.