Manufactured Homes Are Increasing

Manufactured Homes Are Increasing

According to statistics from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and reported by the Manufactured Housing Association for Regulatory Reform (MHARR), HUD Code manufacturers produced 5,657 homes in December 2015. Representing a 20.1 percent increase over the the 4,707 homes produced in December 2014.

Manufactured or Real Property?

Manufactured or Real Property?

One of the first considerations is size. While manufactured homes come in different sizes, you must also remember the larger the home, the more it will cost. Simultaneously if you are looking for something as a starter home you have to remember a manufactured home will not provide equity in your pocket toward the buying of another home.

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 have sold more than Twice as many homes than any other Dealer or Agent in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015!

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.

5 EASY STEPS TO SELL YOUR HOME FASTER

May I Move My Manufactured Home To Another Location?

If you’re in a financial bind and need to sell your house, you may be wondering how you can accomplish this quickly and get a decent price. Selling a house is especially difficult in an economic downturn, but there are several different things you can do to put your house on the market and optimize your chances of selling.

1) Price it right

2) Remove clutter

3) Give your house curb appeal

4) Use the internet to your advantage

5) Don’t hang around for the open house

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!

They mean quite different things…

Mobile homes – The term Mobile Home is often used interchangeably with the term Manufactured Home but in fact they mean quite different things. “Mobile Home” refers to homes built PRIOR to 1976 when the HUD code governing building standards for factory-built homes was instituted, greatly improving quality standards.

Manufactured homes – Homes built AFTER 1976 should, technically, no longer be referred to as Mobile Homes but instead are Manufactured Homes and are built to a higher standard of quality than yesterday’s “Mobile Homes”.

Manufactured Homes are built entirely in a factory under the federal building code administered by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). These homes are constructed to meet the Federal Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standard Act of June 15, 1976. The federal standards regulate manufactured housing design and construction, strength and durability, transportability, fire resistance, energy efficiency and quality. The HUD Code also sets performance standards for the heating, plumbing, air conditioning, thermal and electrical systems. HUD is the only federally-regulated national building code. Each home or segment of a home is labeled with a red tag that is the manufacturer’s guarantee the home was built to conform to the HUD code. On-site additions, such as garages, decks and porches, often add to the attractiveness of manufactured homes and must be built to local, state or regional building codes.

Manufactured homes generally come in single or two-section units and their dimensions range from 8 feet or more wide and 40 feet or more long. Manufactured homes can be placed on a basement and include multiwides and expandable manufactured homes. Excluded are travel trailers, motor homes, and modular housing.

Modular homes– A modular home is manufactured in a production facility and are built in two or more sections in a controlled factory setting that are then transported and assembled on location. The assemble process typically uses a traditional concrete foundation (permanent). Unlike a mobile home, a modular home cannot be moved once built. These homes are treated just like a traditional home you’d buy in a neighborhood. They offer outstanding features, a huge assortment of pre-designed homes, and their price per square foot are sometimes lower than the traditional stick built home.

Modular homes are homes assembled at the building site. Modular homes are built to either local or state building codes as opposed to manufactured homes (sometimes still erroneously referred to as mobile homes) which are also built in a factory but are governed by a federal building code.

Modular homes can be completely customized to meet the home-buyers needs and tastes.

Homes this spring are selling faster than ever

Homes this spring are selling faster than ever

Home sales jumped nearly 9 percent in March compared with March 2016, even as the number of homes for sale plunged 13 percent, according to a new report from Redfin. That resulted in the fastest average sales pace since Redfin began tracking in 2010. The typical home went under contract in just 49 days, down from 60 days a year ago. The median price of a home sold in March was $273,000, up 7.5 percent year over year.

8 THINGS THAT NEED CONSTANT ATTENTION TO KEEP YOUR HOME’S VALUE HIGH

When you buy a home, you’re making an investment. How do you make your purchase keep its value? Sprucing it with more features and maintaining it. Here are 8 things that need constant attention so you home can stay an investment.

1.The kitchen
2.Roofing
3.Glass
4.Bathroom
5.Pest Control
6.Lighting
7.Entry
8.Storage

Thinking about moving to Nevada?

Thinking about moving to Nevada?

Property taxes are comparatively modest. Nevada is one of the 37 states that collect property taxes at both the state and local levels. As in most states, local governments collect far more.

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.

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