Selling Your Static Caravan, Mobile Home or Lodge Has Never Been Easier

Here at Sunrise Holiday Homes, we know all too well how difficult it can be to sell your static caravan or mobile home and how time consuming the process often is.

Wherever your caravan is sited, whether it’s on a holiday park or on your own private grounds, location is no issue and we will help advise you on the disconnection process where required by liaising with your holiday park.

To start the process all you have to do is contact us via telephone or email and provide the relevant information needed in order for us to give you an immediate quote and make a deal to get your unit viewed, payment made and collection arranged.

Why Sell to Us?

Selling a static caravan is often a very long winded process and is less than ideal, in particular, for those coming off a park as there are very limited options.

  • Sell to the Park

For those on-site, in some cases if you are lucky the park might be willing to buy your static caravan from you, but this often comes with an extremely low buy back price.

  • Sell Privately

A lot of caravan owners try this route once they have received the low quote from their park, but this method is difficult due to the crowded market. Owners have to constantly try to arrange viewings, take endless phone calls, answer numerous questions and the result is often no sale, low ball offers and a waste of your time.

  • Sell to Us

Contact Sunrise Holiday Homes today and we will offer you a great price for your static home with no obligation to accept, no hassle and no timewasting.

<h2>Our Buying Process</h2>

If you are interested in selling your static caravan, then here is more information on our stress free 5 step buying process.

  1. Complete our form

Fill in our form below including all the required information on your caravan as well as any extra details you think are relevant and photos of both the interior and exterior dwelling.

  1. Receive Your Quote

We will get back to you as quickly as possible with an honest valuation and offer price for your static caravan.

  1. Inspection

If you are happy with our quote, then we will arrange to inspect the caravan at your convenience in order to examine the exact condition of the unit and confirm the given price.

  1. Fast Payment

We pay you an immediate £1,000 deposit, and the balance upon collection via instant bank transfer.

  1. Collection

Our team take over from here and liaise with the park to organise de-siting and collection which is one less stress for you to deal with!

If you are looking to sell your static caravan, then be sure to fill out our contact form and see what great deal Sunrise Holiday Homes can offer you!

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Rainy Days

Rainy Days
February 22, 2016 admin

Top 5 rainy day activities for kids in caravans

We know just how hard it can be when the weather gets the better of your plans to have a nice vacation in your new static caravan. If you don’t want your kids being consumed by today’s technology, with social media and electronic games at the forefront then fear not! We have 5 fun things to do for you and the little ones from the comfort of your cosy spacious caravan, even with the wind and rain pattering on your window.

Write a story


Can you remember being young and having an imagination that passed away the day? Perhaps not, but its common knowledge that kids have a fantastic imagination, so use this to keep them busy. You only need to have a pen/pencil and some paper to hand. It’s something you can enjoy together as a family, who knows, you may have the next J. K. Rowling or Charles Dickens in the family!



Head down to the beach!


Okay, so this one isn’t actually in the caravan, but while you’re there, why not brave the elements? Even if I’s for half an hour, regardless of the rain. It’s a well-known fact that sandcastles are constructed into a larger and more fruitful outcome when the sand’s wet.  Get the bucket and spade on down there, and get building! The kids can build sand sculptures galore. They’ll soon forget the rain, even if you don’t!



Make some biscuits or cookie


With today’s popularity of TV programmes such as the Great British Bake off and with the majority of caravans having some description of oven to hand, why not get the kids baking? There’s no call for a huge shopping list when you’re making biscuits or cookies as ingredients are minimal. There are more benefits to this activity than you think, because if it happens to be cold outside as well as wet, having the oven on will soon warm your caravan up, and you’ll have some yummy treats to eat once they’re cooked too!



Play charades (or something similar)


This really is such a simple game once you know the rules of playing, and it’s so much fun that everyone can be part of. Not only do games like charades take away the boredom of being inside, it also has an educational aspect as it teaches English language skills such as syllables. Other games can include I-spy if charades reaches becomes a bit long.



Make/Change a board game


As we mentioned earlier, children have magnificent imaginations. This is an activity that can be done individually or in a group and has the potential to be developed over a few days. You might not have all the things you need to make the game itself, but the planning stages and especially creating rules can be fun for the kids as it will give them a chance to be in charge rather than being told what to do. If you do have a board game to hand, why not alter the rules to make a game more interesting for everyone playing?