A: Documents and closing papers can be completed by overnight mail, fax, or by email through DocuSign,. Faxed and DocuSign signatures are accepted for most documents. License Transfer Application requires original, “wet ink”, signatures
A: Financing is available through lending institutions such as banks, credit unions, and manufactured home lender brokers. Some banks and credit unions do not offer loans on manufactured homes. Check with your lender. Terms and downpayment are determined by the value of the home and credit rating according to the lender’s requirements. Owner financing may sometimes be available.
Q: Can I list my home for sale on this site?
A: Seller’s are needed. Call (480) 832-6241 or use the “Contact Us” available in the left menu.. A private interview will be arranged. Out of the area owners may complete listing documents by mail or fax or DocuSign.
Q: Can I bring my pet dog or cat?
A: Pets are restricted in some parks. Contact us with information about your pet. Our consultants will assist in locating communities that are “pet friendly” and share their pet requirements.
Q: Are senior communities restricted to 55+ residents only?
A: All residents must be approved by community management. Age restrictions are generally one member of the household must be age 55 or older. A minimum age for other members of the household is most frequently age 40. Management may allow a limited number of exceptions to this general rule, but must stay within prescribed limits to maintain “Senior” status.
Q: Is there a lot lease required for these homes?
A. Communities on this site do have lot lease requirements. Lease amounts vary. Ammenities such as water, sewer and trash handling are often included in the lease. The “flyer” for the home has this information.
Q: What should I consider when buying a home in Arizona?
A. Check the “Buyer’s Advisory” located on the “Favorite Links” page. This is designed for real estate purchase in Arizona, however much of the information does apply to those residences on leased land.
Q: If I offer to purchase, will I be able to inspect the home?
A: Yes. You will have ten days to conduct any inspections you wish. Professional Inspection services are recommended. A “Buyer’s Inspection Notice and Seller’s Response” (BINSER) is used to negotiate repairs or to cancel the “Offer to Purchase” if necessary..