First you will need to secure a placement permit from your local Planning Department to be sure that the manufactured structure may be sited at the new location. When you have your placement permit from Planning, take it to the Assessor’s office to complete the additional forms necessary to complete your change of site request. The forms required are either the Notice of Sale/Change of Ownership or the Multi-Purpose Change form.
The fee to process a trip permit is $55 plus $5 per side. The fees, and any taxes owing, must be paid in certified funds only. You will also be asked to provide the name and phone number of the transporter. To obtain a trip permit for a Manufactured Structure moving out of Douglas County all taxes for the current fiscal year must be paid.
If there is a change of ownership then a Notice of Sale Change of Ownership form and Supplemental form will need to be submitted. If no ownership change is occurring then a Multi-Purpose Change form and a supplemental form with information regarding the new location for the Manufactured Structure will need to be submitted.
Please be aware that when obtaining a trip permit for a Manufactured Structure, the transaction fee and tax payments must be secured by cash or certified funds, we do not accept personal checks. You will receive a tax bill from the county where the Manufactured Structure was sited on January 1st of the current year. A Manufactured Structure that moves between January 2nd and December 31st will be moved and billed at the new location in our records for the next fiscal tax year.
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Merging a Manufactured Structure takes place once the application to exempt has been recorded. Notification of recording comes from either the Title Company or through our office, from the property owner. Taxes only need to be paid on the Manufactured Structure that is being de-titled. When a Manufactured Structure is being re-titled, the taxes on the real property account must be paid.
This fee was created by the 1989 Oregon Legislature whereby the owner of a personal manufactured structure assessed a fee annually through the property tax system. Funds are used primarily to provide mediation services to resolve disputes between tenants and landlords. That annual fee is $6.
When you have your placement permit from Planning, take it to the Assessor’s office to complete the additional forms necessary to complete your change of site request. The forms required are either the Notice of Sale/Change of Ownership or the Multi-Purpose Change form. The fee to process a trip permit is $55 plus $5 per side. The fees, and any taxes owing, must be paid in certified funds only. You will also be asked to provide the name and phone number of the transporter.
The Assessor’s Office is located at:1036 SE Douglas AvenueCourthouse - Room 206Roseburg, OR 97470
To complete the process, you will need to do the following:
You may call us at 541-440-4296 to find out more information. Please be aware that tax payments are required to be secured by cash or certified funds, we do not accept personal checks for ownership transactions.
Your Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) title or Ownership Document may be eligible for the Exemption process if you own the land the Manufactured Structure is located on. This exemption means that the structure is recorded as part of the land account and is considered real property for all purposes. For more details on how to complete this process, please contact us at 541-440-4296 or you may contact any Title Insurance company.
When you demolish your Manufactured Structure, you need to:
When you want to change the name on the ownership, you need to:
Complete the Manufactured Structure Security Interest Change form with documentation from the registered owner’s acceptance or acknowledgment. There is a $55 fee to create the new ownership document; any outstanding taxes must be paid as well. Certified funds only.
To start this process, you must issue a 45-day notice to the owners and security interest holders according to ORS 90.425 or 90.675 with copies being sent to the tax office and the assessor’s office. If there are further questions about the process, you may need to contact an attorney.