As I understand it, if the mobile is registered by the DMV with the yearly sticker, then it can be moved but if it is registered with HUD it can not be moved. It runs with the land. At least that is how it is in mobile home parks. I will have a title search done on this property. that will help. Hopefully it does not run with the land and we can just have them take it away.
I am assuming by what you say that the bank will remove it if they foreclose then right?
Correct again. If the buyer doesn't pay the loan on the home, then they would just foreclose on the home and when they get it back, they would have to remove it and then try to sell it to someone else.
Hopefully, the owner did not pledge the land as a downpayment along with the home as collateral for the loan on the home so they would just be foreclosing on the home alone.
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