A mobile home is a dwelling built at a factory and then transported, usually by truck, to a dealer or to its home site. Known more commonly as manufactured homes, mobile homes are frequently at least as well-appointed as traditional or site-built homes. Over the decades, though, mobile homes have gained a somewhat unfair reputation for gradually losing their value. Depending on several important factors, however, a mobile home's value or resale price may actually rise over time.
In a bedroom community with smaller properties, an addition can increase the value of your house, says Gerald Barrett, an agent with Christopher J. Barrett Realtors in Wakefield. “I don’t think you’d get 100 percent of your money back,” he says, “but maybe 75 percent, and your house won’t sit on the market for long.” Building an addition can seem like a daunting prospect--especially if you plan to do some of the work yourself or even act as your own general contractor. Here, what you need to…
TrailerWrap - After: Modified Mobile Homes While they have seen considerable improvements in durability, energy-efficiency and, arguably, aesthetic values, mobile homes do not enjoy a favorable reputation in the housing development community. Yet this type of home has been called “America’s largest source of unsubsidized affordable housing.” New thinking has been focused on renewing this pervasive housing model by exploring the possibilities of renovating aging and deteriorated mobile homes.
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