Wanted a place to fish for years....we finally decided we were never going to be able to afford to live on the water so decided to get a trailer and put it on a waterfront lot around Lake Fork. Long story short, the cheapest way was to just get a lot in one of those RV parks around the lake. Even those are hard to come by. People get them and stay forever we discovered. We found a 2009 Frontier HYPERLITE on the water..has a nice deck and pier, fish cleaning station, carport...Never having had one, I paid an inspector $650. He said it was in good shape..slide needed repair, skylight, a few things like that. Seller agreed to repair. I smelled mold. It had been shut up they said. Inspector said it was in the cargo hold and if we left the lid up and let it dry it would be ok. Well we closed last week and I started taking down the valances etc. We dried out the cargo area. Still smelled. We live 20 minutes away so worked on it then went home..several days before we used the restroom. The toilet is totally missing the bolt on one side. It almost falls over. The shower doesn't work. We had a service guy out to get a bid on things I wanted done and he asked if the inspector showed us the bubbling and what that meant..NO. So it has had extensive water damage in one area. Also the "hold" goes all the way under the trailer...it isn't just a small hull like we were told. Yes, there is mold all under it. I'm asthmatic and allergic to mold. So, now we have to have that treated..probably wood replaced in that area (tearing out bed). Plumber for toilet (we don't do those things, we aren't project people..totally inept). Peel and stick flooring was put down evidently the week he put it up for sale and he lives 2 hours away so the heat from being shut up with no air has caused the flooring to pop up..Not whining...just introducing myself as "been had from Texas". We didn't get it for a steal either, lest you think that...we paid over blue book because of the waterfront, decking, and pier...the pier alone would cost $10,000 if we had to have it built..or so pier guy says. Anyway, I'm going to need a lot of advice as I go through this "renovation"...first question...can a regular plumber fix an rv toilet?