Posted: Tue Jan 31, 2017 7:03 am
There are non residential sites out there that offer finance, but I've not found one that does for 12 months a year residence.
I've looked into costs (I've decided on two sites if I do go ahead)
As far as I'm aware, ground rent is really the only additional cost I would need to find at Â£35-Â£40 a week, and I'm ok with that :-)
My only other future query is if you can have a water meter or not.
Originally posted by Tara100
our park home ground rent includes water rates (Â£30 a week totalling Â£2.50 for water)then we pay Â£100 a year for sewage and drainage whatever you don DONT buy on a non residential park as you are not protected by the 1983 mobile park home act as amended in 2013
can you not fund the purchase from your house sale?units are widely available from 40k, a good place to find info on finance would be the monthly park home and holiday caravan magazine avaliable form larger wh smith monthly
just a thought i assume you are over 50?one of the main rules for 99% of sites