Today’s Manufactured Home: Helping Homebuyers In The Pacific Northwest
As a provider of information for manufactured homes throughout the contiguous United States, ManufacturedHomes.com (MFH) recognizes and appreciates other websites that go the extra mile to help their customers understand the advantages of owning one of today’s modern prefabricated & modular homes.
While MFH specializes in disseminating information for potential home buyers looking to learn more about the different manufacturers of prefabricated homes, locating the nearest manufactured home dealer, community, or lender – Todays Manufactured Home is aimed directly at helping homebuyers in the Pacific Northwest – specifically Oregon and Washington.
Through a customized search engine, Today’s Manufactured Home (TMH) provides a unique and valuable tool set for those looking to purchase their next manufactured/prefabricated home in the Cascadia region.
In an alphabetically arranged list, TMH have identified and provided the contact information for 51 retailers throughout Oregon and Washington. Very convenient! Additionally, under “Find Industry Resources,” TMH provides valuable links and information for prefabricated homeowners. In essence, creating a great one-stop shopping spot for Cascadia’s prefabricated homeowners to learn more about insurance, financing, HVAC repairs and maintenance, as well as a laundry list of other important topics.
In addition to providing valuable industry links, TMH also offers two rather noteworthy checklists: The Land Development Checklist, and The Home Option Checklist. When thinking about making a major purchase like a manufactured home, it’s easy to overlook some of the smaller details. With these two checklists in hand, remembering important items will be considerably easier. Drilling down on the type of appliances, bathroom fixtures, cabinetry options, floor treatments, lighting possibilities, insulation, and exterior options provided – the Home Option Checklist provided by TMH helps today’s homebuyer organize their thoughts.
For those that are thinking about placing their new manufactured home on raw land, the Land Development Checklist will be an invaluable tool. Helping to identify the contractor, cost, and date, the Land Development Checklist provides an easy to understand timeline of the tasks to be accomplished; drilling a Well, installing a pump, setting up a septic system or sewer, performing soil analysis, preparing the building pad, engineering the site, grading, trenching for utility lines, in addition to a host of other more tedious topics.
Bottom line, if you’re looking to purchase a new manufactured home in either Oregon or Washington … Stop by and visit Today’s Manufactured Home.