According to a new economic report recently issued by the White House Council of Economic Advisers, strict zoning laws and outdated HUD regulations are two of the factors that have contributed to the affordable housing crisis. Currently, this crisis manifests itself through a persistent shortage of affordable housing and a steady increase in home prices and rents.
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Although the winter is almost gone, the cold weather can still affect different parts of the country. So, it’s not too late to look for ways to winterize your manufactured home—if you haven’t done it yet.
Because it’s better to implement more extensive methods for winterizing your manufactured home before the cold weather sets in, this blog post presents some simple winterizing tips that you can put into practice anytime during the cold season.
If you’re shopping for a manufactured home, determining the loan amount you’re able to handle can be quite difficult. Since purchasing a manufactured home with the help of a loan is a long-term financial commitment, assessing whether you can really afford a significant increase in your monthly debt payment could help you make an informed decision. To ensure you’re doing your calculations correctly, it’s important to know the components of a manufactured home loan as well as the elements that can affect the monthly loan payment amount. A manufactured home loan includes: