Buying a Mobile Home Instead of a Regular Home: Pros and Cons
Weighing the cost and convenience of mobile homes with other factors such as depreciation in value and difficulty selling.
Is Buying a Mobile Home a Good Investment?
Mobile homes are unique investments; is one right for you?
Manufactured Home Foreclosures & Repossessions
A manufactured home is a type of housing that is delivered to a destination and once there, is normally secured to the ground or a foundation.
Can Your Manufactured Home Be Foreclosed if You Default on the Land Mortgage?
If you own a manufactured home, and are making mortgage payments on the land it’s situated on, what happens to your home if you default on the land payments?
Manufactured Home Foreclosure: The Right to Cure
If you default on manufactured or mobile home payments, you may be able to avoid foreclosure by bringing your loan current (called the right to cure).
Manufactured Homes: What Happens If I'm Behind on My Land Lease Payments?
If you default on the land rent payments for your manufactured home site, you could be evicted and have to move your home.
Workout Agreements: Avoiding Foreclosure of Your Manufactured Home
If you have fallen behind in your manufactured home loan payments, there are workout arrangements that can help you avoid foreclosure or repossession of the home.
Do I Need a Building Permit to Construct a Tiny House in My Backyard?
Depending on a number of factors, including the size of the tiny house and its location, a building permit may or may not be required.
Building a Tiny Home: Should I Put It on Wheels or on a Foundation?
Pros and cons of a permanent foundation versus wheels when constructing a tiny house.
Can I Place a Tiny House on a Vacant Lot?
Learn more about the zoning and other ordinances that may impose restrictions on tiny houses.
Moving Out of Mobile Home Park: Must I Remove the Deck and Covered Porch?
If the landlord made someone build the porch, can the landlord be made to take responsibility for removing it?