"said she would live there if me and my ol lady lived there"
" the ol ladys friend wont stay in the trailor her dad died in"
It required a separate septic [perhaps only because the original septic was sized for the mobile home, or perhaps because shared septics are indeed forbidden, I don't know the details] but my family put an additional apartment on the same well with no problem here in unincorporated pierce county [and as unincorporated counties go, most of those in Western Washington are fairly bad. Not as bad as many in the northeast, but not great either.]
Mike Cantrell wrote:Adding a second mobile home to a well and septic is unlikely to meet building code of wherever this place is
Dan Cunningham wrote:With the elections on the horizon I see 3 outcomes and all three lead to civil unrest and dont want to be in an urban environment when that poo hits the oscillating blades
Dan Cunningham wrote:Another septic would take my whole budget probablly. Doubt I could talk any of them into a composting toilet lol.
I would actually prefer just to find a couple acres close by my current area and then build a tiny house/cabin on a trailor and move it out onto said land but I have no clue how to find a couple acres of land. Been looking on craigslist and a few sites but no luck
Dan Cunningham wrote:All good advice guys! I appreciate it and it gives me alot to think about.
Ive put a "wanted" add on local CL for 2-5 acres offering 1k per acre. Its a long shot but would be better if i could keep my current job and find something close by.
In the meantime Im going to look into the other land and may go take a drive there to check it out.
Thanks again guys
Not sure if you're up for a fixer-upper but here's a cheap house with unknown amount of acreage $6k. Or a flipper on a river $15k, 1.5 lots, on river. It's very hard to find anything in your area that cheap.
Dan Cunningham wrote:Thanks guys. Alot of good suggestions given!
Problem is...if I dump my money in the cargo trailor...then I wont have land to put it on. !