If you bought your manufactured home when rates were higher, now may be the time to refinance and get a lower rate. A lower interest rate will save you money in the long term. Find out more about refinancing your manufactured home loan here.
Author: Nikki O'Neill
Although clutter is rarely recognized as a significant source of stress, a disorganized, cluttered home can leave you feeling anxious and overwhelmed. That’s because clutter triggers excessive sensory stimulation, making it more difficult to relax, both mentally and physically. Therefore, organizing and decluttering your living space can have a positive impact on your health, while … Read More
Sometimes, decorating for every season can be a pretty big chore! Especially around the holidays, life can really get in the way and make it seem like the last thing you will ever get to is decorating. The solution is to incorporate transitional decorations! These decorations can make your life easier by allowing you to … Read More
Moving can be stressful. There is the weight of trying to fit everything into the right box, trying to put everything in the right place in your new home, and hoping nothing gets broken in the process. While it may seem scary and overwhelming, we have put together a handy guide on move in … Read More
A home delivery inspection is an important part of ensuring that all customers receive the manufactured home of their dreams. As with any large purchase, delivery and setup can be a bit of a hassle, and while all homes are built to the exact standards of the manufacturer before they leave the factory, there is … Read More
Although the never-ending debate over whether it’s best to buy a manufactured home or rent a piece of property has been going on for decades, buying is becoming more and more attractive. In fact, the top real estate agents and financial advisors have recently confirmed that purchasing a home is much better than renting one. … Read More
Many potential home buyers think that obtaining a mortgage for a manufactured home is very difficult. However, buying a manufactured home with the help of a loan isn’t more difficult than getting a mortgage for a conventional site-built home. It’s just slightly different.