You will have to find a professional modular moving company. It takes specialized equipment and skills to tear down, relocate and re-set mobile homes. It could easily cost more than $10K to relocate that small distance. And you will have to have it all up front. If your going to pay that kind of money, you'd be better off moving it to a property you own. Oh, it will be very difficult to find professionals who will relocate a privately owned residential mobile home. There are too many liability problems and the really good companies will only do commercial modulars or brand new residential.
by bdancer222 - 21 hours ago
i know it expencive about 8,000. to 10,000. to move it and set it back up but i dont see why not if its more privite for you then i would i also live in a mobile home park and just recently moved here and when we moved he i asked how much it would cost if i ever wanted to move it to a diffrent spot and thats what they said
by pineda218 - 21 hours ago
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