Carter Buys Mobile Homes

Bell County Mobile Home

Bell County Mobile Home

So if you have a Bell County Mobile home and land that you would like to sell, then by golly, you’ve come to the right place. Now right off the bat, I have to tell you, I’m only buying a Bell County Mobile Home if it comes with land. I’m not just buying the mobile home itself. But if you’d like more info on selling a mobile home, feel free to call or fill out this form.

Now the first question I get asked when someone wants to sell their Bell County mobile home is, “How much are you going to buy my home for?” I’ve hemmed and hawed a lot on this but now my answer is 65% of market value minus any expenses I’d need to spend to get the home up to market value. Does that make sense? I’ll break it down for you a little more.

Step 1 – Determine the market value of your Bell County mobile home

In many ways this is the hardest part. A mobile home is what’s known as a depreciating asset. This means that it loses value over time. Now while all houses and structures are technically depreciating mobile homes tend to lose value much more quickly. Now sometimes this depreciation is offset but the land appreciating (gaining value). But finding an exact market value price for your Bell County mobile home and land can be tough. It’s more of an art than a science.

Luckily I know some good Realtors in the area who can give me a ballpark figure to work on.


Step 2 – Determine the costs to make your Bell County mobile home move in ready

I sell homes that are in move in ready condition so I need to see what it will cost to make your home that way. If your home has been lived in for a long time it may need new flooring and paint. It might need some roof repair or a new AC unit. Whatever it needs I will have to subtract from what I can pay you for the home.

Step 3 – Make you a free, no obligation, cash offer

Once I know what I can sell the home for and what I need to spend to make the home move in ready, I can make you my offer. Remember I pay 65% of the move in ready number so if you are looking for top dollar, I’m not your guy. I know many Realtors so I’m always happy to refer you to them or to give you ideas on how to sell your Bell County mobile home on your own.

So that’s basically it. Again if you have a Bell County mobile home and land that you’d like to sell, please call me at 512 534 8040. I look forward to speaking with you.


Carter Fisk


Bell County mobile home

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