Manufactured Homes

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Manufactured Housing - Manufactured Homes in The Bay Area
... known for its high real estate prices, making manufactured housing an increasingly popular alternative to traditional real estate ... As of May 2011, the median price of a home in Santa Clara was $498,000, while the most expensive manufactured home with all the premium features was only $249,000 ... drastic price difference is due to the fact that manufactured homes are typically placed in communities where individuals do not own the land, but instead ...
Manufactured Housing - In The United States - Definition
... According to the Manufactured Housing Institute’s National Communities Council (MHINCC), manufactured homes are homes built entirely in the factory under a federal building code administered by ... The Federal Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards (commonly known as the HUD Code) went into effect June 15, 1976 ... Manufactured homes may be single- or multi-section and are transported to the site and installed ...
Prefabricated Home - Prefabricated Housing - Manufactured Homes
... Constructing manufactured homes typically involves connecting plumbing and electrical lines across the sections, and sealing the sections together ... Manufactured homes can be single, double, or triple-wide, describing how many sections wide it is ... Many manufactured home companies manufacture a variety of different designs, and many of the floorplans are available online ...

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