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It would probably be best to not mention that he is going to flip the property and just say he is buying it from you. If he later decides to sell it to someone else after remodeling it, then that is up to him.. But the park manager may get a little nervous if they think he is just going to fly in there and tear it all up and then try to sell it to anyone with money..
So your best bet would be to tell the park manager that you are selling it to son and then have son go through the process of applying and being approved for residency.
If he can't get approved, then you could work out a deal with son where he goes in and renovates it for you, and then you sell it to someone else and pay him anything over your agreed on price..