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Mobile Home Park Home Owners Allegiance

Important Consumer Warning – Many of these mobile/manufactured home retailers may have special arrangements with the KSFG DBA that owns the mobile home park. As a consumer, you should be aware that these special arrangements may not be in your best interests.

The below table represents a sampling of mobile homes for sale or sold in Kort & Scott Financial Group (KSFG) California Mobile Home Parks for the years 2013 through 2019.

Note: Default table sort is by Mobile Home Park Name. Click/tap on table headings to sort ascending or descending, click/tap the # column to reset. Items with a line through them have been sold.

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Real-Time Dataset: Mon, Nov 23, 2020

  1. Dataset: 2,011 Mobile Home for Sale Listings from 2013-2020 for 38 Mobile Home Parks Owned by KSFG DBAs
  2. Average Sale Price 1: $57,049
    • Sale Price Range: $90-$370,000
    • Includes 245 Mobile Homes at $100,000+
    • Dataset: 1,854 Mobile Home Sales
  3. Average Sale Price 2: $40,013
    • Sale Price Range: $90-$99,900
    • Excludes 245 Mobile Homes at $100,000+
    • Dataset: 1,609 Mobile Home Sales
  4. Average Space Rent: $1,391
    • Space Rent Range: $387-$2,350
  5. Average Mobile Home Year: 1984
  6. Year Range: 1943-2020
    • 2010-2020
      60
    • 2000-2009
      355
    • 20**-20**
      4
    • 1990-1999
      288
    • 1980-1989
      253
    • 1970-1979
      565
    • 1960-1969
      252
    • 1950-1959
      10
    • 1940-1949
      3
    • 19**-19**
      58
    • Unknown
      164
  7. Tracked Listings by Year Advertised
    • 2020
      176
    • 2019
      223
    • 2018
      360
    • 2017
      282
    • 2016
      386
    • 2015
      210
    • 2014
      158
    • 2013
      154
  8. Inventory value of 2,011 mobile homes in the Kort & Scott inventory as of Mon, Nov 23, 2020.
    • Sale: 113 at $10,112,150
    • Sold: 1,898 at $95,656,826
    • Total: 2,011 at $105,768,976

Question: What is a manufactured home?

Answer: A manufactured home (formerly known as a mobile home) is built to the Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards (HUD Code) and displays a red certification label on the exterior of each transportable section. Manufactured homes are built in the controlled environment of a manufacturing plant and are transported in one or more sections on a permanent chassis.

Question: My home was built before June 15, 1976. I've made some modifications to my home and believe it meets the HUD Standards. Can someone come inspect my home to make sure it's in compliance with the Standards?

Answer: HUD does not inspect homes. Homes built prior to June 15, 1976, even with modifications, do not meet the HUD standards and cannot be accepted as compliant with the HUD Code. As the homeowner, you may find a licensed engineer willing to inspect your home for compliance with your state's housing code. FHA does not insure mortgages on manufactured homes built prior to June 15, 1976. Most other mortgage insurance firms follow FHA's policy.