Selecting a Floor Plan for Your Manufactured Home Once you’ve made the decision to invest in a manufactured home, the next step is to choose a floor plan that will fit the needs and wants of your lifestyle. From the size and shape of your manufactured home, to where the rooms
Manufactured Housing Energy Standards In 2007, the U.S. Department of Energy established the Energy Independence and Security Act to establish energy conservation standards for manufactured housing. The bill specifically put into action the task of developing regulations in accordance with the Department of Housing and Urban Development that are based on
Everything You Need to Know About Chattel Loans A manufactured home can be classified in two ways. On one hand, homeowners can apply for a standard home loan when buying a manufactured property just as they would when buying a traditional-build home. This would classify the home as real estate property.
Safety Standards for Manufactured Homes We often see a number of misconceptions surrounding manufactured and prefabricated homes, and we’re here to dispel the myths. Manufactured and modular homes are strong, durable and built to specific building standards – standards that measure up to that of traditional home builds. In fact, manufactured
Manufactured Homes: Mortgage Options Believe it or not, obtaining a mortgage for your manufactured home isn’t difficult. Even if your home was originally transported to its current location, it more or less falls into the same category as a traditional home if it stands stationary after arrival. If your manufactured and