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If you've never purchased a manufactured home before, you'll hear a lot of new terms from the salesperson when you visit your local trailer or mobile home dealer. By learning the definitions of these words ahead of time, you'll be able to focus on the differences in the features and sales prices of the manufactured homes, making for an easier buying process.

  • Trailer - Any type of vehicle that requires towing.
  • Manufactured Home - Type of trailer that can be attached to utilities like water and electricity to live in permanently. Mobile home is another term for a manufactured home.
  • Modular Home - Dwelling constructed from a kit of prefabricated pieces; sometimes used interchangeably with mobile home, but the two are different. Modulars must sit on foundations, while mobile homes do not require a foundation. Also, mobile homes are built only to U.S. Department of Housing codes, and modulars also meet local and state codes too.
  • RV - Type of live-in trailer that can be driven on roads; typically for travel and not permanent living.
  • Single Wide - Mobile home that is typically 14 feet wide
  • Double Wide - Mobile home that is typically 24 feet wide.
  • Dealer Financing - Loan used to purchase a mobile home that is obtained through the dealership. The loan uses the title as collateral.
  • I-beam - A steel beam shaped like a capital letter "I" that is necessary on mobile homes that will not be placed on basements or foundations. A single wide should have two I-beams, while a double wide should have four.
  • Amps - Measure of the maximum amount of power that can flow into a mobile home at one time. Short for amperes, the higher the number, the more appliances and other electrical items that you can use at once.
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    Mobile Home Estates
    5761 Old Redwood Hwy, Santa Rosa, CA 95403
    (707) 576-0377
    Residential Homes
    2730 Santa Rosa Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 95407
    (707) 588-0500
    Clayton Homes
    3515 Santa Rosa Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 95407
    (707) 588-2725
    Mobile Home Supply Co.
    3980 Santa Rosa Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 95407
    (707) 579-3417
    Teresa Williams Properties
    1057 College Ave Ste 101, Santa Rosa, CA 95404
    (707) 303-3453
    Rincon Valley Mobile Estates
    4671 Circle Dr, Santa Rosa, CA 95409
    (707) 539-3768
    Royal Oaks Senior Community
    1530 Royal Oak Dr, Petaluma, CA 94954
    (707) 762-4117
    Cookie's Mobile Home Sales
    1530 Royal Oak Dr, Petaluma, CA 94954
    (707) 762-5183
    Sandalwood Estates
    575 N Mcdowell Blvd, Petaluma, CA 94954
    (707) 763-1300
    Acacia Grove Mobile Park
    18629 Highway 12, Sonoma, CA 95476
    (707) 996-6313
    Garden Homes
    1834 1st St, Napa, CA 94559
    (707) 255-3233
    Heritage Properties
    1031 Jefferson St, Napa, CA 94559
    (707) 254-8601
    Ridge Townhomes The
    301 Fairgrounds Dr, Vallejo, CA 94589
    (707) 649-2999
    Modern Mobile Home Service
    Clearlake, CA 95422
    (707) 994-5208
    Baughn & Cameron
    3636 Hill Rd, Lakeport, CA 95453
    (707) 263-8300

    Mobile home dealers can be found across the nation. As you may know, mobile or manufactured homes are prefabricated and built in a factory or manufacturing facility. This way they can be transported to a specific site or location after they are constructed. Also known as trailers, mobile homes are commonly found in designated parks. However, they can be moved again if they need to be. Another type of manufactured home for sale these days is a modular home, which is often constructed in two parts, and then transported to a site or lot, and then built or attached together. There are different types of mobile homes and trailers sold by dealers at this point. Some of these are double wide trailers, which are essentially twice as wide as traditional trailers. They offer more space, and some are even available for rent in certain cities and towns across America. Some people choose to buy used mobile homes, which is typically less expensive than purchasing a new one. However, mobile home dealers can also assist you with financing plans for acquiring a new mobile home or housing unit for a cheap monthly rate. Often dealers in this business may also deal with motor homes and RVs or recreational vehicles. In order to learn more about mobile home dealers, modular house sales, and trailer manufacturers, you should do a little online research. There are official websites that can assist you with learning everything you need to know about used trailers and new modular homes.
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