The Advantages of Purchasing a Mobile Home in Hudson Valley

For many people, the purchase of a Mobile Home in Hudson Valley is the smartest investment they can make, for many reasons. Obviously, a mobile home is not for everybody. You have to be able to think outside of the “box” of “keeping up with the Joneses” in order to appreciate the benefits of mobile home ownership. However, for those so flexible, some of the advantages include:

  • No attraction to theives. Mobile homes are universally understood to be “modest” and thus people who are looking to steal guns, cash, expensive televisions, computers and other electronics are much more likely to target high-end neighborhoods and homes. The person who lives in a mobile home might own all of the above, but a thief would never stop to think this likely upon viewing the home from the curb.
  • What is inside is not reflected outside. People who choose to live in mobile homes, be they single-wides or double-wides, have the opportunity to enhance their interiors with tile and wood floors, custom wall treatments, added-on decks, porches as well as other ammenities such as saunas and hot tubs without tax assessors ever suspecting such upgrades and add-ons ever existed.
  • Because the investment cost in mobile homes is relatively low, those who invest in mobile home communities, such as Aloha Home Acres and Blind-O-Corp, are able to offer such add-ons as pools, recreation centers, etc. which many more expensive neighborhoods featuring stick built homes are unable to offer.
  • The price of a mobile home in Hudson Valley, per square foot, is almost always far less than when it is built on location. A mobile home is built in a factory to precise specifications, and is generally extremely air-tight and often qualifies for power company discounts as a result. By purchasing a new mobile home, a family is able to obtain many extras such as brand-new carpeting, appliancies and window treatments at a far lower cost than would normally be the case.

The primary benefit of living in a mobile home involves the assumptions others make about where you live. If you are the kind of person who needs the envy of another in order to feel good about yourself, you probably don’t want to live in a mobile home. However if you’re the sort who enjoys “coming in under the radar” mobile home living might just be perfect for you!

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