Walkthrough Of A Mobile Home – Mobile Home Park Investment Tip



this is one of the new sixteen by sixty three bedroom two bath homes we brought in from a company called legacy down in Texas these are great homes we're gonna give you a little tour what it looked like this home just came in a couple days ago don't have any stairs are skirting on it yet it is tied down so we're gonna sneak in the back door and give you just a rough idea what these homes look like on the inside so if I can get up in here okay here you are inside the home these are really great looking homes lacy does a great job this is this is the kitchen you can see the floor in here but it got really nice looking vinyl flooring very tasteful it ties in with the carpet and the paint colors here you have the living room and again the lens on this camera doesn't really do justice what we have going on here we have a very nice sized living room going down the hallway here bedroom number one child's bedroom bedroom number two and disregard all the parts in here this is how the homes come they've got the parts to put them together with there's a second child's bedroom bathroom number one getting kind of hard to see with the lens on this camera but you can see it's nicely detailed and brand spanking new now we're going back through the living room going back to the kitchen which looks terrific now go back to the master bedroom master bedroom again lens on this cameras makes it very very hard to see it's got nice high ceilings they get everything in here is brand new and smells great now we're gonna go in the master bathroom here we go don't ever we can see that or not for some parts of this that they remove prior to shipping so you don't fall off that's why the toilet tank tops are missing some other pieces going back for the bathroom back into the master bedroom again get a very very nice large closet as you can see almost the length of the room and size back into the bedroom that you'll notice right across the street is another one of our new comes from legacy so it won't be a stranger in the neighborhood here's your laundry hookups laundry room air conditioner doesn't have the door on it right now if they take them off in transport so they don't fall down nice little touches like they have they're not the vinyl right at the door so you don't get your carpets screwed up do we have a piece of carpet on that protecting that from good also known as got ceiling fans fairly much throughout smoke detectors covered in plastic right now little drapes overall a very very nice unit and a great value for somebody that's here Glenbrook mobile home park Kansas City Kansas

49 Comments

  • Suzette Thompson

    April 15, 2019

    That is a ugly trailer

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  • Russ G

    April 15, 2019

    "Three bedroom" in a single-wide makes ZERO sense, unless you need to house a family with low income and LOTS of rug rats or relatives who are BUMS crashing there. Tell me how well those occupants are going to keep the unit? Mobile homes are for vacationers or snow birds. Yes, low-income families need places to live BUT the last thing you want is a "family" that needs three bedrooms in a SMALL living area. Disaster waiting to happen. I'm looking at M/H's in SC but PASSING on any "3BR' units. As a single retiree, who needs it? You want OPEN FLOOR PLAN except for bedroom and bath.

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  • Lyndsey Roach 79

    April 15, 2019

    This is a smaller version of my home crazy lol my five year old was like Mom that's our house lol

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  • ICE TALKS

    April 15, 2019

    This looks like Daddy o fives trailer.

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  • Kyoto Street

    April 15, 2019

    Gee the home is real nice. Too bad your camera shakes so much when I watch it, I can't focus. I really wanted to watch it.

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  • Charles Love

    April 15, 2019

    I own a 1998 Fleetwood world 16×80 it’s the true 16 wide built with 2×4 not 1×2 and after 10 years I had to replace the old windows and it was not hard to do but my big issue is how sloppy the carpenter was that put the dam thing together. Good grief! Are all mobile homes manufactures only 5 1/2 feet tall? Or maybe they just can’t put a screw in straight?

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  • Gucci Bass booster

    April 15, 2019

    I got a 2017 mobile home 16×70

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  • Ben J Bernal

    April 15, 2019

    Say I live in colo you's legacy owners have any in colo I have for your convenience $600dw $600 a month that ruffly comes out to 7,200 a year you be getting off of me no bank middle man just cash every Mon hit time line [email protected] ok an always God bless live in Evans colo

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  • Bridget Collette

    April 15, 2019

    When you have nothing, that place would sure be a nice place to live. I am currently with my parents in a paid mobile with add ons. My queen size bed takes 90% of the bedroom alone. My bedroom is my home. I'd Stick my coffee pot and microwave in there but the power outlets won't work and trips the Breaker. And it's Soo nice to have your own bathroom. Which I don't. I wish I had a home to call my own.

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  • Say What?

    April 15, 2019

    Sorry, but that's a boring home that's nothing special. Not much storage or nothing unique about it. Just blah.

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  • jdawgs place

    April 15, 2019

    I find these videos mostly in Florida…KC is cool…but I'm in Texas and have a 1998…if I can get the money to move it…this unit looks awesome though

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  • Davey Summers

    April 15, 2019

    I got one at the lake works great

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  • Manz jane

    April 15, 2019

    Nice

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  • jean Lamarre

    April 15, 2019

    They are nice
    Where is the address?

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  • Guillermo Semorile

    April 15, 2019

    Does anybody know, what's the material for those interior walls?

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  • Lil lo wild

    April 15, 2019

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  • Lisa Brand

    April 15, 2019

    Should of just made one huge bedroom instead of two kids rooms

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  • dudelivestrong

    April 15, 2019

    My neighbor lived in a trailer. He also drove a gallardo. Priorities I guess

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  • MissDivaDivine

    April 15, 2019

    I've been in a 4 bedroom 3 bath double wide. they are nice in loaded with all the extras and it had a fireplace and a kitchen with a center Island in cathedral ceilings throughout. brand new was $99,000. double wides definitely give you a lot more space. and it feels like a regular house.

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  • Owl Homes of Fredonia

    April 15, 2019

    Building Modular and Manufactured Homes From Erie, PA to The Niagara River for over 50 years… AND WERE NOT DONE YET

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  • zita willingham

    April 15, 2019

    wow I love it. you would never guess it is a mobile home thanks for sharing

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  • Pooru Animations by Paul Gonzalez

    April 15, 2019

    Mobile homes like that don't move or yes? Please answer this comment

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  • Jeannie Carmona

    April 15, 2019

    Love the home and it's very big with lots of new appliances and it's a great price and all this nonsense about ppl saying it's too small only means they are greedy and want to live in a mansion and just show the neighbors how much they can own, the bigger the better lol bunch of BS, this home is sufficient and a perfectly fine Mobile home it is so if you're interested in making money from buying a house then don't buy it but if you want to live in a mobile home to stay and not move then this is your place so stop being so freakin greedy and get what you can afford and forget about what ppl say ok, hate it when there's ppl who say this is a cheap house when really they're just money hungry and it's better you don't buy a nice home like this because then you'll be miserable and hating all the time!

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  • xEx xEx

    April 15, 2019

    HELLO POOR PEOPLE

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  • River GN

    April 15, 2019

    That is the cheapest piece of shit they could have built. Sorry but I would be embarrassed to be that guy saying how wonderful the place is. Super cheap and would depreciate down to nothing after a year or two of living in it.

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  • Jessica Dailey

    April 15, 2019

    to small the bed rooms wouldn't even big enough to hold a normal bed room suit my stuff would never go

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  • Deanna Vezina

    April 15, 2019

    The kitchen is very nice! if perform horribly, then  it would only be good for a summer home, not for the winter!

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  • Evernessa Nevermore

    April 15, 2019

    new trailers are made so cheaply. Look nice, preform horribly. Get an older trailer. They are so sturdy. Just re-do them.

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  • Daniel Sánchez González

    April 15, 2019

    Hey mir gefällt das super gut was du da machst. Mach unbedingt weiter! I like 🙂 Daniel

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  • Stress Belden

    April 15, 2019

    Just F.Y.I.

    If you own land (a lot, or acreage, whatever) do NOT do the following:

    1. Septic and Water Well:

    The dealer is going to charge over an extra 20-30 per cent over what you

    could have gotten it for…..be it the septic or the water well.

    2. Quality:

    The dealer is going to do with LOWEST bidder. Whether you have problems

    on down the line, he/she could care less once the deal is closed.

    3. If you can't afford the up front $$$ for the water well and septic (we are

    speaking thousand of $$$ here), then simply rent 'til you have the $$$$$.

    Summary: Mobile home living is bad enough (what all w/lack of quality, I live in

    one) you don't need the added stress of your utilities being

    a problem for you, when the dealer employed a cheap contractor.

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  • Brett Hoxie

    April 15, 2019

    So this is the home. It's a very good looking home. This home is very homey. The home is brand new and smells great. What a great home. Lol what the fuck

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  • Wruff

    April 15, 2019

    everyone please note these homes are the lowest qlity you can buy there are nice options for these

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  • valley girl

    April 15, 2019

    thats very bad quality mobile. And…they get stifling hot in the summer so unless you have AC units throughout its unbearable..plumbing is also plastic

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  • AintThat SomeShit

    April 15, 2019

    Yes, wonderful looking "home." Now fess up – how long before it literally starts falling apart? Six months to a year?

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  • zane lile

    April 15, 2019

    These and other mobile home, – are built the most modular, quickest, & cheapest way possible. So it is buyer beware – and in this case more costlier is not always better. However the way it is set up and carred for will determine the longevity of any unit.

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  • Scott H

    April 15, 2019

    They always seem to put the air registers in the strangest places of the room. You're limited to where you can put furniture because of the ad placements.

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  • Kyle Rider

    April 15, 2019

    Looks very cheap

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  • Michelle L

    April 15, 2019

    This is not an accurate depiction of what new mobile homes look like these days. Most are built with 2" x 6" framing with tape and textured drywall throughout, bull nose corners, real tile in the kitchen and bath. Granite counter tops, new carpet, window coverings, appliances (fridge, stove/oven, dishwasher, built in microwave). You can options of fireplaces and such…

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  • Rachels' Average Life

    April 15, 2019

    that home is laid out horribly. we have a 16×80 and the rooms are giant compared to this one and why 2 doors in the front?

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  • Brenda R

    April 15, 2019

    Just a tip for those considering a mobile home. The parks (around here we have about 3 within a 30 mile radius that are very nice) will try, try, try to get you to buy a home within their park that is for sale even though they have open pads for set ups. A part of that effort is by telling you that transporting a mobile home is crazy expensive. So the ones in the park for sale are $20k + and need work. Not a lot, but work. The ones I have been looking at that have already been rehabbed and are ready to be moved to a location run between 8K and 12K. Two of them were in excellent condition. So when I mentioned this to the manager of the one park, he said "oh, no you don't want to do that. It will cost you at least $10k to move that mobile home. It's a very expensive job.". So I called two companies and got estimates and they were both $4k for a move, $5200 for a white glove move where they hook everything back up as well as do the move. So the one home that I really liked would be $14,500 instead of $20k+ at the park. So don't let people BS you. I am finding that the mobile home industry is a LOT like the used car industry. Do a lot of research before you jump.

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  • rluna5688

    April 15, 2019

    that thing will be worth 5 grand in 10 years

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  • Sage Snodgrass

    April 15, 2019

    I live in one. just WAY smaller

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  • Martin Martiarena

    April 15, 2019

    nice,

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  • Martin Martiarena

    April 15, 2019

    nice,

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  • Farmer Nate

    April 15, 2019

    Price? Wouldnt mind having this on my land #mortgageFree

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  • 2 Southern Dancers

    April 15, 2019

    ummmmm ew. trailer parks are disgusting. i grew up in a 8 bedroom house in Miami. I mean like how poor are you people….

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  • TheLovelyHolly

    April 15, 2019

    Ew! A single wide! I live in a double wide. You know, where you actually have rooms.

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  • WOWCruiser

    April 15, 2019

    How come you don't have an accent?

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  • Гальванизированный Труп

    April 15, 2019

    Is that Julian's or Ricky´s father house?

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