Is your hubby, or are you, handy with tools? When getting into a used popup you should have some spirit of adventure about that. If you think a Popup is something you take out camping, put it away in the drive or wherever, and have no worries in between then you may be surprised. Try reading some of the maintenance threads/ folders here, to see what you are getting into. Many have water systems; electrical, propane for stove,etc. Think of it as a "tiny house" but not as sturdily built. If getting an adequate Tow Vehicle is not in the cards this is likely not the Popup for you. Some can be found that are rather lightweight but if reasonably priced, may be rather old. Older= more maintenance. Mine is right around 1500 lbs, but that is only due to being partially "stripped" of its kitchen. Good luck to you.