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Old 04-23-2014, 08:00 AM   #57
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They are probably jealous thta your new coach is worth MORE than their house.

Jack & Jill are asking you to perpetuate a fraud. Do not do it.
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Old 04-23-2014, 08:32 AM   #58
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I would just sit outside in the front yard in a lawn chair in my underwear and drink beer that should make the value either go up or down
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There are a lot of people, that look for area's were they can park there RV, if not now in the future. Jack & Jill Go down the hill.
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A lot of people look for large lots just for that purpose.
We have a large lot but cannot access the back to park
our MH. We are now looking for a place that we can
have the MH at home.

Tell the neighbor and the realtor that they should "jump"
the price and put in the ad that there is room for RV Parking.
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Old 04-23-2014, 09:05 AM   #61
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I agree with many responses that their realtor it full of it. A nice shiny MH will not affect price of their house. If it was a rusty old thing or ugly chicken shed, i could sympathize with your neighbors.
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Old 04-23-2014, 09:12 AM   #62
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If you're "legal" then, as others have said, you certainly have the right to do as you wish on your own property. I would NOT do anything that deceives a potential buyer.

I realize that for some, an RV parking pad would be a positive selling feature but I'm one of those who don't want to see RVs stored around my house. This is why we chose to live in an area with a very tightly controlled HOA.

If I were looking at a new home to buy, I wouldn't consider one with an RV stored just on the other side of my property line.

To each their own.

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I would leave it there. I don' know how many homes of the upper high wage earners home I have past that have rv in their front or side yard. I can under stand if they are not kept up.
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Old 04-23-2014, 09:41 AM   #64
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So ... I'm wondering ... where are Jack and Jill going?

Up the hill?

And if so, what are they going after?

Are they aware of the dangers? You know you could break something! Might take all of the King's men ... No, wait, that's another issue.

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I would just sit outside in the front yard in a lawn chair in my underwear and drink beer that should make the value either go up or down
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If your subdivision does not have covenants restricting the parking of RV's, you are within your rights to park it there. when they purchased their property, they chose to make the purchase knowing that there was the possibility of a neighbor doing just what you have done. You have done nothing wrong and should feel no guilt. It is your property to do as you want. Enjoy your RV on your property. By the way, their agent is a [Moderator Edit] disturber.
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I would be more concerned with the buyers, your new neighbors.

If they have a problem with the MH, they won't buy.

However, if the MH is off site and the buyers don't know about it, when it returns they might not like it.

You have to live next to your new neighbors, not the old ones and having the new ones feel deceived may lead to ongoing problems with them.

Honesty is the best course of action.
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Thumbs up Maybe a addition is in order here.....

Maybe where you are going to put the cement pad along the house, you could just erect a garage the size of the cement pad,and finish it to look just like your house............ now, you raised the value of their house and yours
And your new Coach is indoors, safe from the elements and your neighbors eye's
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Doesn't matter if Jack & Jill get pissed off. They are moving anyhow.
Agree! Maybe new owner will want or is in to RVing? I know when we I'm ready to downsize I will be looking for a home like yours in my area where I can keep my Motorhome at my home instead of storing it 35 miles away.
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I would simply respond that "We have enjoyed having you as neighbors and wish you the best. We are sorry that your realtor believes the presence of our MH will negatively affect the resale value of your home. You might want to check with other realtors as we believe he may be incorrect. We intend to leave our MH as-is because we don't want to surprise our new neighbors by putting it back next to our home after you sell."
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