See if Georgia law allows you to give the homes away without titles. If that's the case, then I would give them to the current tenants as opposed to selling them (assuming the homes are old and not very valuable).
On any abandoned homes, take those through abandonment process (you'll need an attorney to do this correctly) and that should create new titles (but it could take you forever to actually get the titles in hand).
Talk to the Georgiai MHA on dealer/title requirements, and all other issues to make sure that you are 100% in conformance with the law.
Unpaid taxes on the homes must be paid prior to closing. No exceptions. And the taxing authority will not play ball with you at all in reductions (at least that's been our experience).
As far as it being worth the effort, I don't know the market or the economics of the deal. If the location is terrific and the numbers are strong, then 26 POHs would not hold me back. However, if the deal is average and the maket so-so then I'd not get involved in it. 26 POHs is a lot of work and you have to have a big reward for tackling that.