Manufactured Home Values

October 16, 2008 at 4:00 pm 4 comments

Looking to buy a new house? Considering the purchase of a manufactured home as opposed to purchasing one currently constructed? Look in your local phone directory for the nearest mobile or manufactured house retailer in your area.

If you go to the actual retailers who build and sell these houses, you will be able to find out new manufactured home values are. Remember, the estimates a manufactured home retailer will provide you will be for brand new house prices. At least that can give you a general idea as to what a manufactured homes should cost.

The value on used mobile or manufactured houses will definitely be less than brand new ones. Overall, mobile homes decrease in value rather than increase. If you do a lot of improvements to the house and add-ons or whatever, than manufactured home values will be higher now than they were a few years ago.

You can also find manufactured home values in something called a mobile housing book which gives manufactured home values for that particular year. These books are sort of like a car’s blue book value with only a small difference in how they come up with the price. If you want to buy a mobile home you should definitely take a look at one of these mobile housing books.

No matter which way you go about doing so you will find that it is fairly easy to find what these homes are worth no matter what state you live in.


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