7/25/2012 @ 11:45am
People purchase mobile homes for their land for various reasons: they like something they can easily move if they were to sell their land, they’re in the lengthy process of building a home and need a temporary home in the meantime, and more than any other reason, they simply want to save money. Whatever their motives, buying a mobile home is a sound purchase with many positive factors and ways and whys to purchase.
Buying a Manufactured home is a great alternative for those needing to pinch pennies. You can buy a brand new home for substantially less than a previously built brick home without sacrificing square footage. You can choose placement of your home; any city, any town, any state, anywhere. Financing is a breeze and companies are willing to work with you get the deal done, all parties are happy.
To save even more of that hard earned doe, nothing is better than buying a used or repo mobile home with CASH in hand. NO PAYMENTS, no headaches! There are many companies that specialize in this business and offer a wide range of trailers at a fraction of the price you’d spend on a brand new home. ALL homes come with warranties from the seller, manufacturer, and installer, so quality is assured. The money you save can go towards a land purchase or even upgrades, and YOU get to choose it all. Choice and money saved is a rare commodity this day and age.
So what about the quality and general appeal of a mobile home? With mobile home manufacturers like Palm Harbor, Fleetwood, Southern Energy, American Homestar, ect… you can trust quality and workmanship in the home you buy, that regulatory standards are being met, and that in a competitive field steeps quality and competition, allowing special features and many options regarding aesthetics. Many homes have garden tubs, walk-in closets, a fireplace, spacious kitchens, and upgrades regarding cabinetry, flooring, and fixtures. Gone are the days of only standard metal roofing and ugly pre-papered walls. Some mobile homes have shingled roofs, sheetrock walls, and the list continues with thermal pane windows, a front porch, a back deck, a utility room with enough space for a full size washer and dryer, dormers to give the home more dimension, and central air with ceiling mounted vents.
If you have some land now, and you’re searching for what to do with it, and more importantly how to live on it, consider buying a mobile home to save money and enjoy your land investment. You can save a heap of cash and still have a home to be proud of and enjoy.