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The greatest advantages of mobile home park living include:
Lower Cost - Land rental fees typically include water, sewer, garbage, and recycling pickup.
No overly close neighbors.
Minimal property maintenance.
Small yards. Your yard will likely be easily maintainable.
Good Location. Often parks are conveniently situated, many with an amazing view of ponds, gardens, nearby lakes and other scenery.
Pets are usually allowed.
Homeownership Perks - You can often upgrade, paint, or completely remodel anytime you want.
Age and population restrictions.
People living in like-minded communities are often happier and feel safer.
Community perks often include pools, fitness centers, and regularly scheduled community events.
A few disadvantages of mobile home park living include:
Limited investment appreciation. Mobile homes can appreciate but being in a park can limit the rate.
Manufactured homes set up in a park may be harder to sell than a traditional house.
Park owners may sell the park with very little notice.
Home transportation is tricky. Some homes are too old to be transported in the regular manner making the cost to move a home more than the home’s value.
For some people, there is a perceived stigma attached to living in a mobile home park.
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