Why Should You Choose White Knight?

Why Should You Choose White Knight?

1. We pride ourselves in being the leader in the industry!

2. We are the ONLY company that has Consistently Proven to be the leader in the industry year after year from 2009 through 2016! In 2016 White Knight sold over three times as many Manufactured Homes than any other Dealer or Salesperson in Northern Nevada.

3. We have the largest and most successful sales team of professional experts that put YOU first!

4. We have the largest inventory of pre-owned homes in Northern Nevada.

5. We always give your home complete attention – Manufactured Homes are our specialty and what we do best!

6. No hidden cost – Our commission is based on a flat fee so there are no hidden costs. You don’t owe us anything if we don’t sell your home!

7. Our listing term is typically 6 months so that we have a fair chance of selling your home and realizing the full value of our marketing expenses and the agent’s efforts.

8. We invest more time and money marketing your home than any other company!

9. White Knight is posted on 30+ websites!

10. We work with competitors and will split the commission 50/50 with any other dealer who can produce a ready and able buyer.

Benefits to Living in a Manufactured Home Park

Benefits in Living in a Manufactured Home Park

One of the biggest benefits of living in manufactured home communities is that residents don’t have to worry about the expenses of lawn maintenance, trash removal, snow plowing and other on-site repair work. Some communities are gated and secure, while other communities — especially those for adults only — resemble tiny resorts. They offer organized social activities, walking trails, fitness centers, pools, tennis courts and even golf courses. Many communities have common areas and are beautifully landscaped. Check out the many parks we have featured on our website!

Real Estate Investment Is Simple

Real Estate Investment Is Simple

Real Estate investment is Simple: Contrary to popular beliefs real estate investment is not as simpler and straight as it appears to be. There are certain basic principles that should be followed in order to make real estate a better choice and business opportunity. You need to have a proper market research in order to have investment over there.

6 Methods To Get An Affordable Home Without Leaving Your Neighborhood

You love your neighborhood and would never want to live anywhere else — but your home situation is another story. Good news! Since you’re already well-acquainted with your neighborhood, you can take advantage of some under-the-radar hacks that can help you find a home for sale.

1. Tap into your local network
-Be the one who gets the scoop on homes that aren’t yet on the market — but might be listed for sale soon.
2. Ask your agent about off-market or pocket listings
-Getting a house off-market or through a pocket listing gets you into a home before the competition (and bidding wars) begins.
3. Keep tabs on recent nearby sales
-Once you know the selling prices, you can be more confident if you intend to offer lower than the list price.
4. Arrange a home swap
-Here’s how it works: If you’re looking to move into a larger home, for example, and you know or have heard about an empty-nest couple looking to downsize, a home swap could be a great solution for both parties.
5. Tap into your inner Sherlock
-If you love looking for clues and conducting research, you’re a natural-born detective, which is a great skill to use when combing your neighborhood for a deal.
6. Look into government programs
-If you’re a teacher, police officer, firefighter, or an emergency medical technician, you can take advantage of the Good Neighbor Next Door program through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Protect your Manufactured Home for Winter

Winterize your Manufactured Home

1. A simple tube of silicone caulk
This may be your best investment this heating season. Polyurethane caulking is a good all-around choice for sealing your manufactured home from drafts and leaks. Places to be caulked outside the home include: gutter and downspout seams, plumbing and furnace vent pipes, around flashing seams between roof and siding, around door and window frames, along siding joints, around the dryer vent, at the TV antenna wire entrance and at pipe feed-throughs.

2. Weather stripping exterior doors and windows
It’s an inexpensive heat-saver. To detect heat loss, just hold your hand at the edge of a window or door frame on a windy day. If you feel a draft, weather-strip the area.

3. Roof Sealing
A well-maintained roof lowers your energy bills and prevents costly water damage. The edges and seams or expansion joints of a metal roof should be sealed every year. Use a roof coating suggested by a local dealer or service center, and apply to a dry, properly prepped surface. Make sure you apply the recommended thickness. Put a good seal around vent caps for the furnace, water heater and exhaust fans. Repair any punctures, cracks or breaks in your roof. Remember to tighten or replace any loose fasteners.

4. Supporter
The blocks or jacks that support your manufactured home should be in good condition. If they’re not, have them repaired immediately to prevent sagging, which can cause damage to windows, doors, joints and walls.

5. Loosen up
Slightly loosen your home’s tie-downs if you live in an area where the ground freezes solid. Ground can “heave” as much as three inches during the winter, and tie-downs leave no place for the manufactured home to move. That can result in serious structural damage. Remember to tighten tie-downs again in spring.

6. Secure the Skirting
Check your home’s skirting. It should be secure, but not so tight that it stops ventilation or vertical movement. Once winter sets in, be sure to shovel snow and ice away from the skirting to avoid denting and cutting off the air supply required by the furnace.

7. Protect the Pipe
Frozen pipes can mean big trouble. One of the simplest methods to prevent water pipes from freezing is with heat tapes. These contain a heating element encased in a tape that is wrapped around water pipes. The heating element warms the pipes and prevents freezing. If you install the heat tape, follow the manufacturer’s instructions carefully. If you have a heat tape already installed, make certain it’s still operative. If it is worn or loose, replace it. Make sure you never overlap heat tape – it can cause a fire.

8. Proper Installation
Be sure your storm windows and doors are in place and in good repair; they keep your energy costs down. Even if your window frames and doors are caulked and weather stripped properly, heat can still escape. Properly installed storm windows and doors can cut your home’s heat loss by 50 percent.

9. Inspect the Leak
Check exterior doors for wear, tear, cracking or fading. Look for signs of leaking around the sill and threshold. Make sure weather stripping and seals are okay. Inspect under your manufactured home for sagging, torn or water spotted insulation. Carefully examine your exterior siding and replace any missing or damaged fasteners or screws.

10. Oh my Gutter!
To avoid winter water damage, be sure to clean out and inspect rain gutters for leaks or holes. They should be slanted so water runs away from your manufactured home. Don’t forget to check and repair downspouts and extensions.

Choose the best realtor

Choose the best realtor when buying a home

You need a realtor. A good realtor can help you save money and keep you out of potential legal issues, too. A realtor is well worth their fee, and will usually save you at least the amount of their fee. Call us today and talk to one of our realtors!

CMA (Comparative Market Analysis)

CMA (Comparative Market Analysis)

Before putting a home on the market or listing your home with a Broker, savvy home sellers obtain a comparative market analysis, also referred to in the industry as a CMA.

Secure Environment

Secure Environment

Manufactured home communities can provide you with the secure living environment you are looking for – it is the original “gated community”. Many have only one point of entry and exit. Some have security guards that ensure only residents and their guests have access to the community. Some communities provide security that patrol the community to ensure resident safety. Plus, neighbors look out for each other, forming a full-time, caring, unofficial crime watch, so to speak. Residents often leave their homes for days or weeks without worrying about its security.

What is the White Knight Guarantee?

White Knight
What is the White Knight Guarantee??

– A guarantee YOU get a CHOICE that creates RESULTS when White Knight sells your home.

List your home with White Knight and rest assured by having one of 3 options (up to $500 Value)

1) *Personal Property – $500 off listing commission
*Real Property – 1% off listing commission

2) *White Knight will provide a home warranty that protects your investment during the listing period and for up to 1 year from the close of escrow for the Buyer. Helping create Sellers pride of ownership and making your home stand out from the rest.

3) *Home inspection at time of listing? No problem. White Knight will reimburse you 100% of the cost at time of closing.

Very strong Sellers Market and Buyers want to buy your home NOW! White Knight will be with you every step and maximize the $$$ in your pocket.

*Contact your sales rep for details. Some restrictions may apply. Not valid with and other promotion.

Appraisals of properties for resale..

Appraisals of properties for resale..

To arrive at a fair market resale price for a residence, the sales comparison approach is used. This means that a few similar properties that have recently been sold in the same area are compared to the property to be resold. These similar properties are called comparables, or comps. The sales comparison approach produces a general picture of the real estate market in that particular area.

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