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There are over 100 used mobile homes on the MHdeals website. When searching through the MHdeals website you can find single wide double wide & land with used mobile homes.
Where to find used mobile homes in Texas
Used Single Wides
Texas repo mobile homes. Used mobile homes are available in a number of ways. Banks repossess used mobile homes for non payment & once that process is complete the used mobile homes are placed on a Repo Mobile Home list. These lists of bank foreclosures are distributed to qualified licensed manufactured home retailers in Texas. The lists of used mobile homes that are repos are then photographed, the homes are transported to approved bank repo storage centers, refurbished & sold to the public.
Refurbished used mobile homes
Double Wide Mobile Homes
Some used mobile homes that are bank repos are not refurbished for 1 reason or another. These homes can vary in condition from excellent to downright disgusting (if that can be considered a condition) most require some refurbishing.
Refurbishing a mobile home can range in price from a few hundred for paint to thousands in exterior & interior expense. replacing carpet, linoleum, painting, appliances, etc can run up the refurbishing bill.
When purchasing a used mobile home most mobile home dealers do not include the transport in the purchase. Transporting any manufactured home can be thousands of dollars. An average price on transporting a used mobile home single wide is about $2,800.00 which would include the initial breakdown at the repo location, transportation to a new location and then installation of the home. Installation of a double wide manufactured home can be in the 5000-7000 range due to the size and installation variables. A manufactured home that is tape & textured in side with drywall marriage lines, the cost can increase. Some manufactured housing transport companies do not include the interior “trim out” in the delivery price. Proper installation of a double wide manufactured home should include the exterior trim. Leaving the exterior without the roof ridge cap or exterior side trim can lead to moisture getting in the home.
When a used mobile home is not a foreclosure, the current owner may wish to sell and offer Owner Financing. Be sure to have a proper contract for purchase signed by all parties that currently own the mobile home.
San Antonio housing offers the Best value
San Antonio Texas, A city of over a million has been known as military town USA, The Alamo city, River city & more. San Antonio is Home of the 5 time NBA champion San Antonio Spurs. With so many people in San Antonio, Texas the demand & need for San Antonio housing & affordable housing is high. That’s why we offer the lowest prices & highest quality homes for the money right here at 181 south homes, inc.
Located in San Antonio Texas at Near US 181, San Antonio, TX 78223 & in Pleasanton, Texas at 626 US 281, Pleasanton, TX 78064.
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San Antonio housing offers the Best value
How to Buy, Sell & Move Mobile Homes
Mobile home buyers From coast to coast dream of Mobile Home Ownership. Affordability, convenience and credit play major rolls in what type of home many people decide on. Buying a small lot to install a small manufactured mobile home on is one option. There are hundreds of Manufactured mobile home dealerships nationwide, and they sell some impressive mobile homes & some not so impressive in terms of square footage, pricing & amenities. So How to Buy a mobile home?
Little single wide or big double wide mobile home?
small 1 bedroom single wide manufactured mobile home for sale in San Antonio Texas
large double wide manufactured mobile home for sale
Depending on the size of you family along with your particular wants & needs you may decide on a small mobile home or large mobile home. A small single wide mobile home ranges in size from around 14 ft wide x 40 ft long to 18 ft wide x 64 ft long. A large single wide can be 18ft wide x 80 ft long. A Double Wide manufactured mobile home comes in small 26 x 40 sizes to large 32×80 sizes with bedroom from 3-5 and up to 3 bathrooms.
On the west coast you find many 2o-24 ft wide mobile homes In Texas the common size is a larger 28 wide – 32 wide. Even Triple wide 46 x 80 home have been installed near San Antonio Texas.
Prices range from the low 20s for a small single wide mobile home to upper 80s for a large double wide in Texas. In California you can pay over 100k for what is considered a large manufactured home.
Finding a good local company you can trust with your selections is paramount to a good experience. Some companies fall far short when it comes to customer service & satisfaction from consumers. Be sure to review their online presence, social media & the BBB. When you find the right retailer, be sure to ask lots of questions up front until you feel confident that they know what they are talking about & you feel comfortable committing to a build order. A manufactured home usually takes 2-6 weeks depending on factory back orders.
Mobile Home Moving Costs
When you buy a used manufactured home or ‘bank repo’ mobile home, you typically have to bear additional costs for transport and then installation set-up. Once you’ve purchased a new mobile home it is shipped & installed at your location. The cost to transport the home as well as installation at the new site may be included in its base price. If the Mobile Home Transport is not included in the price then you may have a significant cost increase overall. The prices for shipping are greatly different from coast to coast. East coast is less than West coast and Texas Gulf coast is the least expensive when it comes to shipping manufactured homes. New manufactured home installation in California can run 8,000-20,000 depending on earth quake set up requirements and fees. Texas manufactured home transport & installation runs around 5-8k for setting up a new double wide manufactured home. Installing Single Wide manufactured homes is about half that price. When you buy a used manufactured or mobile home, you typically have to bear additional costs for transport and then set-up.
Mobile Home Set-up Costs
In addition to the cost to delivery and setup new & used mobile home owners have land improvements and hook up fees as well. Some of these could be installing a new concrete foundation or base pad, utility installation and hookups to water, septic or city sewer, air conditioner, etc. Removing decks, skirting, unhooking utilities, sewer etc may also be extra charges, be sure to ask.
• Know that you are responsible for removing the skirting, decks,
steps and landscaping around your mobile home.
• Keep in mind that, as with most things in life, things could go
wrong. Prepare for the unexpected!
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Workforce Housing Trailers. When looking for the best options on buying, transporting and installing housing a workforce in remote areas of Texas & North Dakota you have to consider several factors.
First being your budgetary restrictions. This means how much are you going to need for each unit. The workforce housing units installed in remote MANCAMPS all throughout Texas & North Dakota are built rugged to withstand multiple moves. This is important if your workforce camp is moved from area to area as your drill or mine.
Another factor is the environment. The homes must be built to withstand the heat and cold. Having workers sweating uncomfortably can cause anxiety and lack of sleep affecting safety at the man camps and workforce housing camps.
Our selection of housing units for the work offices and sleeping units is vast and we can typically build and transport a home to your location in under 30 days.
Affordable vs. Workforce housing Semantics
Objections to affordable workforce housing are not limited to very low income housing. Proposed housing for households at 50 or 60 percent of median income draw critics as well. To counter such objections, the term”work-force housing” is often used to convey that it is working families that are being served, not people on public assistance.
Affordable workforce Housing: Subsidy or Social Equity?
One of the gravest difficulties in producing affordable housing is that the demand for housing assistance in the U.S. outstrips federal and state funding by three to one. One reason for the limited funding is a lack of general public support for low-income housing programs. In comparison, housing subsidies for middle- and upper-income families in the form of deductions for mortgage interest, property taxes and capital gains enjoy broad support. These deductions total about $2.5 billion in reduced tax revenues, or roughly three times the budget for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. (HUD).
Use of the word “affordable”in reference to housing is imprecise at best. It can be confusing and misleading. It can refer to:
- Moderately priced dwelling units that families earning 60 to 120 percent of the area median income (AMI) can purchase
- Public housing for low-income people earning below 50 percent of AMI.
- Housing that is subsidized through the use of Section 8 vouchers or low-income tax credits, designed for families earning 50 to 60 percent of AMI who cannot afford market rate housing.
Fannie Mae’s definition of affordable housing:
- At least 20% of all units must have restricted rents affordable to
households earning no more than 50% of AMI OR at least 40% of all units have restricted rents affordable to households earning no more than 60% of AMI OR there is a compelling public purpose “namely continued affordability” which if furthered by the property.
Urban Land Institute’s definition of workforce housing:
- Affordable to households of low, moderate and above moderate income in a range of 60 -120% of AMI
Housing Land Trust Fund of San Francisco Bay definition of workforce housing:
- Housing that is affordable to private and public sector workers with incomes at or below that of teachers and public safety workers.
|In this report, affordable workforce housing refers to mixed income housing development that includes all income categories: very low, low, moderate, above moderate and market rate housing. Workforce housing refers to mixed income housing that excludes very low income households.
(Source: Millennial Housing Commission, 2002, Table 8).
Oak Creek manufactured homes Homes Floor Plans & Photos
oak creek floor plans for manufactured homes sold by dealers in San Antonio Tx
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Manufactured homes floor plans allow you to see the home layout. Where is the Master bedroom compared to the kitchen or guest / secondary bedrooms.
Double Wides for sale in San Antonio Texas
Information about double wides both modular & manufactured homes for sale. San Antonio within 200 miles. Check listings for Double Wides for sale in San Antonio Texas.
Double wides for sale San Antonio photo gallery of New & Used Manufactured Homes.
Double Wides, What are they?
Double wide manufactured homes are residential homes built in a controlled factory setting in 1, 2 or 3 sections from the steel frame to the shingled roof. Building in a factory protects the home from elements during the building process as well as helping to maintain constant “eyes on” the build process. Homes are inspected and certified built to HUD standards. There are many San Antonio Double wides.
Are manufactured built to the same standards as “site built” homes?
Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards for San Antonio Texas
HUD Mandates federal standards for design, construction, and installation of manufactured homes to assure the quality, durability, safety, and affordability of manufactured homes. The program also includes a dispute resolution component.
How much are they?
Factory built manufactured homes range in price depending upon the details of the materials used & consumer customizations. Most manufactured homes by themselves, not including the land or land improvements will start at about $25.00/sq ft for a 1000 sq ft home like this one on sale here.
How much to ship a double wide?
Transporting a manufactured home can range in price from $1,000 – $6-7,000 depending on the size and distance. An average cost of a double wide breakdown, adding axles, welding the hitches on, moving the home off the property to a new location, then setting it all back up runs $4,500-$6,500. A single wide transport cost is about 1/2 as much as a double wide transport or $2,000-$3,500. These prices based on standard local delivery and setup in TEXAS.
Is a Double Wide considered a modular home?
Yes… & NO. Double wide manufactured homes are built as modular homes. So the question should be what’s the difference between a modular home and a double wide manufactured home. The difference is the upgrades to make the “DOUBLE WIDE” a modular. They look the same, the cost is higher for the modular adjustments because of the added time and materials required to make the homes comply with Modular standards.
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Double Wides for sale in San Antonio Texas