Manufactured Homes (Mobile Homes)

Assessment of Manufactured Homes

Assessment of Manufactured Homes

All new manufactured homes purchased on or after July 1, 1980, and those on permanent foundations, are subject to assessment on the local roll. As with real property, the assessed value of manufactured homes cannot be increased by more than 2% annually, unless there is a change in ownership or new construction.

Manufactured homes purchased before July 1, 1980 are not subject to assessment on the local roll if they remained licensed by the Department of Motor Vehicles. Owners may voluntarily convert from vehicle license fees to local property taxes, but once converted to the local assessment roll they may not switch back to the vehicle license fees.

Due to enacted legislation, the purchase of a mobile home park by the current residents will not constitute a change in ownership for property assessment purposes, and will not result in a reappraisal. Roll values will not be increased, except for the normal 2% maximum inflationary factor.

Manufactured Mobile Home

Register Your Mobile Home California

Find out about a new program administered by the State of California Department of Housing and Community Development that helps mobile home owners obtain registration and title by waiving back fees and taxes.

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