For many years, the US has been facing a persistent inventory shortage followed by continuously increasing home prices and a growing housing affordability gap. These three factors together with changing demographics have increased the demand for new types of homes, communities, and lifestyles, which are completely different from what would have once been desirable.
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Landscaping around a manufactured home is the finishing touch that really turns the house into a permanent fixture on the land. In addition, landscaping offers the ability to transform the land and personalize your home beyond the color of the walls. From the moment you place your manufactured home on dirt, you can begin planning your landscape to enhance your view, boost your home's efficiency and more. Here are four ideas to get you started.
Nowadays, many manufactured homeowners choose to place their homes in land-lease communities. In exchange for a reasonable monthly rent, a manufactured home community resident can have access to common utilities like water, electricity, natural gas, and sewer along with different amenities, such as cable, Internet, playgrounds, pools, and so on. Additionally, some would-be manufactured homebuyers rent a home in a manufactured home community in order to decide whether this housing alternative is right for them before investing in this type of home.