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Question DetailsAsked on 5/9/2017

How much to level my mobile home in Watertown new york

My mobile home was made in 1967. I have been in it going on 11 years. The tree in front has grown up under my trailer. Some cabinets are sagging. It's time to fix her up

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Bunch of previous similar questions with answers FYI below.

Bear in mind, for personal safety or if this unit might be sold in-place in the future, if your unit does not have tiedowns meeting the unified federal government standard (FNMA / GNMA / FHA / HUD / VA) this might be a good time to get that done too. Not only is it required by many or most lenders now before amobile/manufactured home can be sold, many insurance companies are not starting to require them too or else they will drop insurance. Obviously, they are starting in hurricane/tornado alleys in requiring that, but the trend is spreading across the country.

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