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Florida Living: Pros and Cons of Manufactured Homes by SunBelt Home Sales

SunBelt Home Sales, with decades of industry expertise, has earned a trusted reputation for helping clients find high-quality, affordable manufactured homes in Florida communities.

Working closely within the market, we gained insight into the benefits and drawbacks of mobile home living. This post will honestly relay our findings so you can weigh the upsides and downsides for yourself before making a significant commitment.


The Many Types of Manufactured Homes

Florida is a veritable smorgasbord of manufactured homes, from single and double wides to expansive multi-sectional setups. Some of the latest models include energy-efficient appliances that work more efficiently in Florida's climate. Others can be customized to suit your design aesthetic.


How Much Are Manufactured Homes?


One of the major advantages of manufactured homes is their affordability compared to classic site-built homes. Prices will, of course, vary depending on the size, amenities, modern features, and location, but buyers still have many options. On average, the price ranges from $40,000 to $80,000 for a single-wide and can go north of $200,000 for a multi-sectional modular home or a new double-wide with all the bells and whistles.


Is Buying a Manufactured Home a Good Investment?


You must consider many variables to determine if it's a suitable investment for you. If you are already open to mobile home living, find a perfect location in a great community, and want something turnkey, manufactured homes are a beneficial investment. You'll also enjoy lower maintenance costs, lower property taxes, and, in many communities, free landscaping, trash collection, and water.

Thousands of people now prefer manufactured homes to traditional ones. In a recent study of manufactured housing trends published by YardiBreeze.com, 85% of people are satisfied with their mobile or manufactured homes, a 7% increase from the last survey conducted in 2018.


How Long Do Manufactured Houses Last?


Modernprefabb homes are built to last using stringent standards often surpassing those of traditional houses. With attentive maintenance and repairs, a manufactured home can stand equally as long as its site-built counterparts, which is 50 years or more.


Pros and Cons of Manufactured Homes


Like anything else in life, mobile home ownership has pros and cons. Among the pros are budget-friendly housing, customization options, and eco-friendliness. Some possible pitfalls include depreciation rates depending on location, fewer financing methods, and land leasing requirements in specific communities.


Summary


Manufactured home living offers many popular benefits like lower monthly bills, environmental sustainability, and turnkey options. But before you decide, weigh the drawbacks of slower appreciation rates and limited financing availability.


Ready to Give Manufactured Home Living a Try? Call Us!


SunBelt Home Sales invites you to enjoy the sun-soaked lifestyle of Florida with our exceptional selection of manufactured homes. The combination of lower housing costs, excellent craftsmanship, and ultra-modern conveniences is hard to resist as a home buyer. But don't just take our word for it; experience it yourself!

Our dedicated team has a vast database of diverse options catering to every taste and budget. We're always ready to go the extra mile to find you the perfect Florida residence with minimum hassle.


Contact Us


Manufactured homes have come a long way since their heyday in the 1970s, and today, these modern wonders hit the sweet spot for people seeking comfort, value, and luxury. Contact our friendly team today for more details or to schedule an initial consultation. Let's find your new manufactured home in the Sunshine State!

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