Easy big fella...if you bought a mobile home and want to move it from one Maine town to another, you need some paperwork in order.That paperwork involves proof the town taxes have been paid in the city or Maine muncipality the trailer is in. The same paperwork showing Maine personal property taxes are current, paid for and also that no Maine water, sewer liens or pass due fees exist before the trailer is hooked on to.
The town provides a state of Maine taxes/sewer/water certificate fees certification statement with the tax collector's signature, name, date PLUS it has to have the town stamp, embossed and raised on that paperwork.
If you don't get the paperwork in order before the move, nothing is moving. You need the state of ME to issue an Maine overlimit permit to get your new home on wheels rolling down the highway. The fax number is 207.622.5332. Or drop it in the mail way ahead of the move date to bve safe at Overlimit Permit Unit, 29 State House Station, Augusta ME 04333-0029. The other reason for getting the Maine property taxes paid is when you land the mobile at the new spot, you don't want to pay the taxes again...in two places.
One tax bill is enough to swallow.Questions, 207.532.6573? We are here to help. We sold a single wide last week and today are helping get it from Ludlow Maine to Sidney Maine and the fellow to move it is going to be in Houlton ME tomorrow to whisk the mobile to go down the road. (Finger's crossed) The mobile home seller had bought an 80 acre Maine farm a few years back after a move from Oregon, lived in the mobile until their new country home was finished. they are looking forward to getting the "lawn ornament" out of the view, off their lawn. Maine real estate to go...(bell ding ding ding sound) order's up from the drive thru window.