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A Perfect Place to Put your Manufactured Home. Land You Own vs Mobile Home Park

A Perfect Place to Put your Manufactured / Mobile Home

A manufactured home can be set in two places. You can put your manufactured home on a vacant land that you own or that you purchase or in a manufactured home park. Many people like the idea of a vacant land because it affords them more privacy and requires less interaction with neighbors. However, vacant land will require you to be responsible for permits, zoning compliance, and bringing necessary utilities to the site.

Grading the land and preparing a pathway for delivery of the manufactured home, and making sure there are no roadway obstacles to delivering the home sections is your responsibility.

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How to Select the Site for Setting Your Manufactured Home When Searching for Land

Selecting a site for setting a manufactured home begins with a conversation with Homes Direct Inc. Specifically, a review of the homes available will enable you to select a model you like. This important step will provide you with information about the kind of property that will best suit your needs and the property that will be best to set a manufactured home on.

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18 Manufactured Home Mortgage Terms You Have to Know

Many mortgage terms can be difficult to understand. The terms are important, and it is important that every applicant for a manufactured home mortgage has a working knowledge of them. The purpose of this article is to provide an explanation of these terms. While you may be aware of many of them, there are some that you may need to know more about. This article will describe all of the terms that are pertinent to manufactured home mortgages.

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The Cost Benefits of a Manufactured Home

The need for quality, affordable housing has never been greater than it is today in view of our changing economy. Manufactured homes provide the highest quality at prices of 10 to 30 percent less per square foot than the site-built homes. In many instances, the square foot price is $50 versus $94 for a conventional site-built home, and the completed home price variance is greater.

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