I have not experienced living in one maybe not in the near future. 😉 But I heard that sale of mobile homes has increased particularly in the US. Recession left thousands of workers laid off from work leaving them no other choice but to sell their properties and opt to settle in simple house like the Mobile Homes in Indiana. Basically, mobile homes are less expensive than buying a large house because they are easy to build and maintain. You may think mobile homes are small, but its living space is comparable to a small two-bedroom house or relatively large apartment. Mobile homes are also cheaper than a regular house to maintain in so many ways. For one, fixing a mobile home roof costs less than fixing a traditional shingled roof. Adding a furnace is also cheaper because it heats a single floor and smaller living space only. Small space means less heating consumption and less electric bill during winter season.
Purchasing Mobile Homes Indiana is a good decision if you own a land in the area that you are planning to build a bigger house in the future. So while you are still saving up for your dream house or while building it, you can keep your mobile home and maybe sell it after the structure is completed. Another thing is that property tax and insurance are a lot cheaper for mobile homes. For the business minded or planning long term, they opted to buy a mobile home to purchase a more expensive land. They consider it a good investment especially if they are living in an area where property is expected to continue to increase because of economic factors including job stability. Many people buy a mobile home for recreational purposes or vacation spots, some for retirement.
If you are living somewhere in Indiana you can avail of Manufactured Homes Indiana because they build mobile homes right there at the factory in Garrett, Indiana. Their builder offers range of attractive floor plans for the customers’ satisfaction.Considering the many benefits of mobile homes, maybe our government can look into the possibility of building mobile homes to address homelessness or squatting problem in the country, especially in Metro Manila.