How to Move Your Mobile Home: The Move + Home Installation

Article

Jul 18, 2012
THE MOVE The transporter will proceed with the home at a fairly low rate of speed for two reasons. First, it is dangerous hauling something this big, and he wants to keep control of this load. Secondly although he will probable have a truck behind him to warn other drivers of his enormous girth, he is equally concerned about areas of road that are too narrow to accommodate him, or two low to clear, such as a bridge.
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How to Move Your Mobile Home: Preparation for the Move

Article

Jul 16, 2012
The transporter will have to make ready the home to be moved. Assuming the home is already sited somewhere else (of course, if coming out of the factory, no preparation is necessary), the home will have to be separated from its earthly home and made road worthy. The first step is to remove the “skirting” on the home – the material that hides the underside of the mobile home from view.
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How to Move Your Mobile Home: The Basics of how a Mobile Home is Moved

Article

Jul 13, 2012
Many people are amazed when they see a mobile home, which can be up to 80’ long and 18’ wide, being moved down the highway. How can they do that? Well, believe it or not, they were designed to be moved. Unlike when someone moves a stick-built house that was never intended to be moved down the highway, every mobile home comes off the factory floor on wheels and ready for its first outing.
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How to Move Your Mobile Home: An Introduction

Article

Jul 12, 2012
Today we will begin a new article series that explains how one actually moves a mobile home. This series is from a 30 page ebook published by Dave and Frank, so expect a VERY detailed explanation about moving a mobile home.
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Need a Mobile Home Lender? Check out Lending Club

MHBay News

Jul 9, 2012
Are you in the process of buying a mobile home? MHBay.com has recently partnered with Lending Club, a lender who specializes in offering lower rates to well-qualified borrowers. Loans are available up to $35,000, and even if this doesn't cover the entire portion of the home you are trying to buy, it could definitely help cover a significant portion of your new home.
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Types Of Insurance For The Mobile Manufactured Home Industry

Article

Jun 12, 2012
There are a number of different types of Mobile Homeowners Insurance Products that make a significant difference for homeowners, tenants, park owners, and also people or entrepreneurs who are interested in partaking in the mobile home industry.
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Along with Oil, Mobile Homes Booming in Oil Country

Industry News

Jun 6, 2012
Oilworkers are flooding the Permian Basin (and other oil production regions) to work the oilfields that are now coming online. Rents have been shooting up in these regions, leaving Mobile Homes as one of the natural property types to fill the gaps.
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The Ins and Outs of Mobile Home Insurance

Article

May 24, 2012
When compared, there isn't much difference between mobile home insurance and standard homeowners insurance. The main difference between the two is that mobile home insurance is designed for manufactured/mobile homes.
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Before You Buy or Sell a Mobile Home...

Article

May 24, 2012
Buyers: Do not buy a used mobile home until you have: Learned the value of the mobile home. Been approved by the mobile home park where the home is located. Thoroughly checked the condition of the home as well as research the taxes and lot rental history.
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