Controlled environment, kiln dried wood. No environmental over exposure i.e. rain, snow, termites, etc. and inspectors on the job 24/7. Can't beat that for quality control. I'm not partial to either being a GC. I'll build whatever my client wants or I want. But they just don't make them like they used to.
It's just too bad the industry's been stigmatized by a bunch of media hype and ignoramuses that don't know a stud from a rafter. Just my opinion.
"Manufactured Home" takes up too much space on the spreadsheet, - making the column too wide - so I use MH or coach cause it is shorter.
I'd be happy to put it up to a vote:
In season one, televisions Earl Hickey (Jason Lee) lived in, and his ex-wife Joy Hickey ( Jamie Pressly) continued to live in a :
A.) trailer court
B:) mobile home park
C:) trailer park
D:) Manufactured home park
E:) Factory built home park
F:) Camden County
There is one in Applegate, just 10 miles east of Auburn, called Heather Glen Estates, it is an over 55 community.
I have one listing in there if you check my profile. Also there are about 3 more for sale in there, let me know if you want more info.
If you are looking to buy a single space in a mobile home community, one that I have sold property in is called Sabre City north of Antelope, California, west of Roseville, California off of P.F.E. Road. Owners in Sabre City own their lot as well as their trailers.