As you may already know, buying a manufactured home is considerably less expensive than purchasing a comparable stick-built house. If you’re actively considering purchasing a manufactured home, one of the most important decisions you need to make before buying the home is whether you should place it on an existing lot in a manufactured home community, rent a piece of land from a landlord, or buy your own land.
Manufactured Housing News
Thursday, 19 August 2021
Buying a piece of land and a manufactured home is often less expensive than purchasing a conventional home. Additionally, manufactured home buyers enjoy the flexibility of installing their homes just about anywhere they want, including in remote and secluded areas. One drawback, however, is that buying land for a manufactured home can be a complicated and confusing process. To help, we’ve put together a small guide to finding the perfect piece of land for your dream manufactured home.
Manufactured home builders are currently facing the same challenges as traditional home builders, including material cost increases, supply-chain disruptions, and labor shortages. However, opting for factory-built housing options to solve America’s housing shortage seems like a great idea. Whether we refer to modular or manufactured homes, these housing options have gained more and more popularity over the past decade mainly because they usually take less time to complete and are less expensive than conventional site-built construction.