The State of California has over 4,800 mobile home parks, so this dimensions the job the State has in fulfilling its obligations to the residents of the parks. It must be noted that the term “mobile home” is outdated. Confusion exists between the terms “mobile homes” and “manufactured housing.” In the California law and codes, these terms are used interchangeably. However, the term “manufactured housing” is what the laws and codes actually refer to. The difference between the two terms is all single-family factory-built housing constructed on or before June 15, 1976 can be called “mobile homes.” No mobile homes have been built after the implementation of the HUD Code for manufactured housing in 1976. Thus, whenever the term “mobile home” is used in this article as a reference to California law and codes, it actually refers to manufactured housing. The California law often speaks to “factory-built housing,” and this refers to modular housing built and transported in sections and set on a permanent foundation.
We developed an article which explains the codes, regulations and other requirements that are applicable to the purchase and installation of manufactured homes in California - both in park settings and on private property.Detailed info on California manufactured housing
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