The State of Washington welcomes manufactured housing since it is an inexpensive way for families to obtain affordable housing which would otherwise not exist. While the State has many laws and regulations that govern the installation of manufactured housing, one important law is the prohibition against local governments passing ordinances that would be more restrictive than those applicable to site built homes. This means that manufactured housing cannot be discriminated against by the passing of any restriction that would place the manufactured home in a difficult situation which a site built home would not encounter. By legislative action, a manufactured home park must have at least two homes. Of course, manufactured housing can be installed on private land under the same conditions as apply to homes set in a park. However, when the installation is to be on private land, the zoning ordinances should be checked.
Click below for an in-depth article on the building codes, regulations, and requirements for installing a manufactured Home in Washington state.Detailed info on Washington manufactured housing
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