Mobile Home

A mobile home is also called a manufactured home. In some areas of the country it is also referred to as a trailer. Do not use any of our bill of sale forms for a trailer if you’re selling a mobile home. The forms have different requirements.

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While mobile homes share the same origin as travel trailers, the two are completely different. Travel trailers are normally towed behind a vehicle and used as a temporary home while camping or exploring the country. Mobile homes can be towed behind a vehicle but are used for more of a permanent residence.

If you are purchasing a used mobile home, be sure to check with the town or city clerk where the home is or will be located. Licensing requirements differ from town to town. In certain areas older model mobile homes cannot be relocated without substantial upgrades to bring the mobile home “up to code”.

Double wides are a type of mobile home. Be sure the check with your town clerk before selling or buying a double wide. Some states require that the bill of sale include the ID number for each half of the mobile home.

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For mobile home bill of sale forms, visit our Mobile Home Bill of Sale Forms By State page.

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