Q: I am trying to help sell mobile homes in a retirement campground. The owners don’t own land, just trailer. need license?
Lots are owned by park, selling the trailer and membership only. all paperwork don’t through sales office for a fee. What type of business license will i need?
A: If you are selling ONE home, and you have some sort of interest in it, you probably don't need anything. If, however, you will make a 'business' from this and will sell more than one you will need several licenses. You should also consider organizing an LLC or closely held corporation to do that work to limit your own liability. And you will need insurances and more too.
First and foremost: consult with a local attorney who is experienced with organizing businesses. That attorney can provide actual advice to help smooth the process.
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