Originally Posted by HFWR
I've seen this first-hand. Probably worth the time and money to pour concrete footers for the blocks used to level the home, and while you're at it, some anchors for the tie-downs.
About 15 years ago I bought a waterfront lot that included an old doublewide.
The original owners went to great lengths to prep the land for that DW, which included a concrete slab on top of which the DW was set.
I ended up giving the DW to an employee of mine for $1 provided he had it removed from the land - which required a crane to lift each section out from behind a seven foot high retaining wall.
The movers commented what great shape that old DW was in - almost 30 years after it had first been set on the property according to the old title - and we all agreed it was because of the extra care that had been taken when originally setting it up.