A ballpark figure?

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A ballpark figure?

Post by J.R. » Fri Sep 09, 2005 2:58 pm

Is there a way to get a ballpark figure before you buy your MH? I know what I want and where I intend to place it -- if I decide to go the MH route, but that depends on the cost of the insurance and deductables, premiums rising with age, actual coverage, etc. Is there a site or publication that explains all this for newbies like me who have never lived in a MH?


Re: A ballpark figure?

Post by rmurray » Fri Sep 09, 2005 5:57 pm

When ever I am asked for a ball park figure..I ask back if they ar enterested in a T-ball park or Yankee Stadium...

Do your research..shop around...start her in the book store for great info and advice...

David Oxhandler

Re: A ballpark figure?

Post by David Oxhandler » Fri Sep 09, 2005 8:34 pm

Buying a home is a huge move for anyone. You are smart to get the facts before you buy. Before you can arrive at a price you have to know what you want in the way of a home and where you are goinng to put it. It pays to take the the time to become educated so you can and save time. money and make the decisions that will work for you well into the future . You can find much of the details your looking for by downloading one or both of the resources below
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Anothere great resource that will extend your understanding of the market is "The Complete Buyers Guide to Manufactured Homes and Land". This book has taught thousands of MH Shoppers just how the manufactured home industry operates. It will show you how to find a dealer worthy of your trust and how to make the right home selection. The book is only a few years old but the information is still very fresh.
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