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How It Works

View Home

When you are ready to look at one of the homes we have for sale, simply call us to schedule a time view the home with one of our agents.

Get Finance Approval

Do you need financing to purchase your new home? No problem, call us and we will get you started through one of our preferred lenders.

Get Park Approved

Once you have decided on a home, we will connect you with the park management to start your park approval process.

Get Keys

When you are completely approved you will get the keys, sign your lease and move in to Your New Home!

About Piper Capital Holdings.

Piper Capital Holdings, LLC (PCH) is an Arizona Department of Housing, licensed and bonded, D-8 Manufactured Home Dealership as per ARS 41-4001. PCH is also registered with the BBB with an A+ Better Business Bureau Rating. PCH is a privately owned family and veteran owned business in Arizona. As one of the largest Brokers of Manufactured Homes in Arizona, Piper Capital Holdings is on a mission to empower sellers and buyers with all the resources they need to sell or buy their manufactured homes. We offer the ability for you to list and sell your home directly as a For Sale By Owner transaction or you can elect to use our concierge service, where our Manufactured Home experts will help you throughout the process. At Piper Capital Holdings, we have a home that will fit your needs whether it’s a home in a family park or in a 55+ community. We also have used homes available to move to private land.


Looking for a home to rent? Although it is not our primary business, we often have homes available for rent or for Lease Option that may fit your needs.


Look no further! We have a continuously changing list of homes available for you to purchase. If you don’t wee one today, check back frequently to see the newest homes available.


Need to sell your home? Piper Capital is the place to be. Quick sale, best price, cash out now. No matter the reason for you to sell your property WE CAN HELP!

Why Piper Capital Holdings Is The Perfect Choice?


Independent Private Seller

Piper Capital is the #1 independent private seller of mobile homes in Arizona. No one sells more.


Stress Free Selling.

You don’t even need to be in the COUNTRY to sell your manufactured home. We routinely transact sales in for Canadian and citizens of other countries.


We have the inventory!

We have rolled out multiple new avenues to find you the perfect new home. Our constantly changing inventory means something that you need will be available soon.

Reviews & Happy Stories


28th Apr, 2020

I can with full confidence recommend Piper (Capital) Holdings in the future to anyone looking for an outstanding mobile home sales representative in your area and would have no misgivings offering your names as go-to people.

Competitive Pricing.

Belinda J

14th December, 2021

 When my offer and the approval for the park were approved, I honestly believe he was as happy for me as I was for myself. He was professional, knowledgeable and very kind. If you had a rating system of five stars, I would give him 6! It’s been my pleasure to have him as my realtor, and I will certainly recommend him to my friends who are looking to retire in this area.


14th June, 2020

Love love love this park! Coral Sands MH Park has the most friendliest people on earth. Super nice managers,  I have been in a few other mobile home parks and they certainly don’t compare to this quaint, cute little park.
Competitive Pricing.

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Frequently asked questions

A mobile home was built before June 15, 1976. A manufactured home was built after this date.  This is the date that HUD standards for construction of Manufactured Homes under 24 CFR Part 3280 have been met.

Manufactured Homes built after June 15, 1976 have a HUD tag attached to each movable section.  Like the one below:

faq Hud tag image

This question has a lot of answers.  If you are great at marketing, like to negotiate, can take phone calls and messages at all hours of the day and night and are comfortable talking to strangers you can try selling it on your own.  Although legal now in many states for a Realtor to sell a mobile home in a park, many try to treat them like a traditional sale and don’t know the intricacies of the mobile home world.  Using someone that understands manufactured homes, can talk the language to the potential buyers and remove the roadblocks and headaches of negotiations makes a lot of sense.

This information is on the Title, Certificate of Origin or Purchase Agreement for the Manufactured Home.  If you don’t have any of these, if it was made after June 15, 1976 there should be a compliance certificate somewhere in the home.  It might be inside of a cabinet, under the sink or around the breaker box, etc. There should also be a red HUD tag on the exterior of the home that will give you the basic information.  It can also be on your personal property tax bill or in county records.

Manufactured homes can appreciate in value just like site-built houses. Start building equity instead of pouring rent money down the drain. You will get the investment and tax advantages that only come with owning your own home.  Check with your accountant about how to claim these.

Not necessarily.  Manufactured homes are built to a national code.  Manufactured homes are constructed in a factory environment that is not subject to weather conditions that can impact a home built on site. Energy efficiency and fire safety are just two of many qualities of manufactured home construction that are superior to a typical site-built home.  In addition, Manufactured homes are built so they can be transported down the road at freeway speeds.  Most site-built homes could never handle that kind of stress.

Pretty much anywhere.  A MH park, city lot, rural acreage or farm, as long as there are not exclusions in the local zoning code against manufactured homes, and there usually are not.  Check with your local ordinance enforcement to be sure.

Yes and No.  Purchasing a manufactured home is much like purchasing any other home. The loan you get may depend on whether you already own the property, are putting the Manufactured Home in a Park or Affixing it to a Parcel. Most manufactured home dealers can help contact lenders and provide support and guidance throughout the process.

When you have found the property you want, your manufactured home dealer can connect you with an installer to inspect the site. They can help with step-by-step information on site preparation, help select the right home for your property size and shape and suggest different ways of placing your home on the property.

Manufactured homes are a great solution for rural locations. If you compare the cost of installing a manufactured home to the cost of transporting construction crews to a remote site for months of construction the savings will be significant.

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