Manufactured Housing News

Make the Most of Your Smaller Manufactured Home

May 28, 2020

Tags: Buyer Tips, Home Owner Information, Home Owner Tips

Manufactured homes are available in single-, double-, and triple-wide floor plans that can fit the needs and wants of different homeowners. However, some people prefer buying single-wides for two main reasons: these manufactured homes come in a variety of configurations that range from highly compact to relatively spacious layouts; they're less expensive than double- and triple-wides, so homebuyers can save a lot of money over the life of their manufactured home loans.

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Upgrades That Can Increase the Value of Your Manufactured Home

May 22, 2020

Tags: Home Owner Information, Home Buyer Information, Home Owner Tips

Many manufactured homeowners decide to make a series of upgrades in order to improve the odds of a higher sales price. However, increasing numbers of manufactured homeowners opt for specific home improvement projects just to enhance their living spaces.

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New Homeowner Tips to Keep Your HVAC System in Top Shape

May 11, 2020

Tags: Home improvement tips, Home Owner Information, Home Owner Tips

Although manufactured homes have a similar exterior appearance, their internal structure can be different. As a result, they may require different types of HVAC systems. Knowing what type of system you have in your manufactured home is very important mainly because some HVAC systems require additional maintenance tasks to be performed.

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Spring Cleaning Checklist for Your Manufactured Home

April 17, 2020

Tags: Home Owner Information, Home Owner Tips

Spring has finally arrived! Besides being the season when nature bursts back into life, spring is also the perfect time to get outdoors and tackle some larger home projects. But with so many things to do around a manufactured home, the fact that many manufactured homeowners don't know where to begin comes as no surprise. This home maintenance checklist outlines the most important chores you should complete in the spring in order to get your manufactured home ready for the summer.

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