If you've come around to the idea of purchasing a manufactured home, you may be surprised to see just how many ready to buy models are currently available in your area. This makes the shopping process very simple, but there are still a few things you should know before you commit to buy. Here's what you need to ask before you make an offer on the display house you just walked through.
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Moving can be stressful for all of us, but pets often experience stress that they can't communicate leading up to a big move. Our pets are perceptive, and they notice when big changes are happening, but they don't understand why we're packing up. Then, once you've arrived at your new home, they have to get comfortable with new sights, sounds and smells before they can settle in. Fortunately, there are a few steps you can take to help get your family pet get ready for a big move and reduce their stress.
If you’re planning on buying a manufactured home soon, one of the best decisions you can make is to purchase your own piece of land on which to install the home. But before starting to look for vacant land, you should weigh a few factors to make sure that your decision is consistent with your needs, financial situation, and housing goals. This blog post presents the most important things you should consider before investing in a piece of land for your manufactured home.