How To Get a Manufactured Mobile Home Loan

If you want to buy a mobile home, you may have a tougher time obtaining financing. Mobile homes have unique characteristics that make them risky. The fact that they are ‘mobile’ as the name suggests makes many lenders shy away from the mobile manufactured home...

Hummingbirds in your Mobile Manufactured Home Park

When you live in a mobile manufactured home park one thing you might learn quite quickly is that you have to be courteous of your neighbors.  When you live in such close proximity to each other you just have to make some exceptions. Having a dozen loud birds or...

Buying a Used Mobile Home: Pre-Owned Mobile Homes

When you have finally decided to purchase a mobile home, one of the choices you will have to make next is whether to buy a new one.  A used mobile home is also known as pre-owned home. A mobile home is a long term investment.  You want to be sure you are making the...

Mobile Home Windows Awnings: Metal Awnings

So, your looking to add a window or door awning to your mobile home.  There are so many benefits to adding this feature to your mobile home aside from the beautiful charm and uniqueness.  When it all started: The beginning of awnings Back when awnings started many...

Mobile Home Park Owners Site Responsibility

Whether you already own a mobile home park or you are still thinking about owning one, you might be concerned about what your responsibilities are. After all, you are the landlord of a mobile home park or about to become one, so we have compiled a list of...

Lost Mobile Home Title: Title with lien

If you are looking to sell your mobile home this might be the time that you discover that your mobile home title is missing.  Having the title to the mobile home is important.  It is just like a car title and gives you the ownership of your mobile home.  If your...

A Bill of Sale vs. a Mobile Home Title

It might surprise you but mobile homes are considered motor vehicles in every state.  Although mobile homes have no motor due to the fact that they can move down the road they are classified as a motor vehicle.    If you are looking to purchase a mobile home you...

How To Get a Manufactured Mobile Home Loan

If you want to buy a mobile home, you may have a tougher time obtaining financing. Mobile homes have unique characteristics that make them risky. The fact that they are ‘mobile’ as the name suggests makes many lenders shy away from the mobile manufactured home...

Hummingbirds in your Mobile Manufactured Home Park

When you live in a mobile manufactured home park one thing you might learn quite quickly is that you have to be courteous of your neighbors.  When you live in such close proximity to each other you just have to make some exceptions. Having a dozen loud birds or...

Buying a Used Mobile Home: Pre-Owned Mobile Homes

When you have finally decided to purchase a mobile home, one of the choices you will have to make next is whether to buy a new one.  A used mobile home is also known as pre-owned home. A mobile home is a long term investment.  You want to be sure you are making the...

Mobile Home Windows Awnings: Metal Awnings

So, your looking to add a window or door awning to your mobile home.  There are so many benefits to adding this feature to your mobile home aside from the beautiful charm and uniqueness.  When it all started: The beginning of awnings Back when awnings started many...

Mobile Home Park Owners Site Responsibility

Whether you already own a mobile home park or you are still thinking about owning one, you might be concerned about what your responsibilities are. After all, you are the landlord of a mobile home park or about to become one, so we have compiled a list of...

Lost Mobile Home Title: Title with lien

If you are looking to sell your mobile home this might be the time that you discover that your mobile home title is missing.  Having the title to the mobile home is important.  It is just like a car title and gives you the ownership of your mobile home.  If your...

A Bill of Sale vs. a Mobile Home Title

It might surprise you but mobile homes are considered motor vehicles in every state.  Although mobile homes have no motor due to the fact that they can move down the road they are classified as a motor vehicle.    If you are looking to purchase a mobile home you...