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Manufactured housing refers to factory-built homes that can be placed on a piece of land. Styles vary from modest trailers to dwellings that look like houses built permanently on a site. Manufactured housing units are usually assembled offsite. They are then moved to the property where they are to be set up. Often, the expense associated with a manufactured home is far less than what an equivalent on-site house is worth. Manufactured houses were incredibly popular in the 1990s. In fact, they accounted for around a quarter of the total houses in the United States.

Financing a manufactured home is not quite the same as financing a normal house. If you end up purchasing a manufactured home, away from the property where you intend to keep it, you may be able to buy it upfront, rather than taking out a loan. Loans have interest, which means the price of the home ends up being more expensive. Manufactured homes are much less expensive, so people tend to purchase them with cash.

The United States Housing and Urban Development code characterizes what a manufactured home is. It also has a government standard in place to direct the development of these homes. This code covers the all the parts associated with a manufactured home. This includes design, construction, strength, durability, fire resistance, energy efficiency, quality and performance standards.

Small living spaces, or homes around 400 square feet in size, are a type of manufactured home. They are generally manufactured offsite and shipped to a plot of land through a flatbed 18-wheeler.

Manufactured homes can be a decent alternative for first-time homebuyers. This is because they are far more affordable than conventional homes. They can be financed with an FHA advance, making them much more available to first-time homebuyers.

Manufactured housing is of similar quality and life expectancy to site-constructed housing. Being built in a controlled manufacturing plant condition has some benefits. Specifically, these types of homes tend to have a great construction system in place. This helps ensure a quality and uniform product. And because of this process, the product cost savings are passed to the homebuyer. Government development guidelines for manufactured housing has been around since 1976. As such, so you can trust they are safe and sound to purchase or lease. Manufactured housing can be an excellent investment for first-time homebuyers. If you need help finding a manufactured house for sale or lease, let us know!

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