Do I go to the DMV to file a mobile home title transfer?

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Many states handle mobile home title transfers through the state motor vehicle agency. This might mean the DMV, as is the case in states like Delaware and Nebraska, or it might mean another state agency that handles title and registration transactions like Alabama’s Department of Revenue Motor Vehicle Division.

However, some states handle title transactions for mobile homes through whichever state agency handles the same transactions for traditional homes, or even through a separate agency altogether. California, for example, handles mobile home titles through the state’s Department of Housing and Community Development.

Still, because most states do place the responsibility of mobile home title transfers in the hands of their motor vehicle agencies, your best bet is to contact that agency first.  

NOTE: Before you head out, make sure you understand your state’s lingo. What one state considers a mobile home another state might label as a motor home or even an RV, and in some states this changes where you need to go to file the mobile home title transfer.

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