Please indulge me as I must chime in once again. I failed to mention another alternative and probably one you really need to know about, understand and consider. You may want to consider a "MODULAR HOME" vs a "MANUFACTURED HOME" albeit they are built almost identical and even on the same assembly lines in many it not most cases.
The primary reason being obtaining an appraisal in order to qualify for conventional financing. Here's the reason why. With a "MANUFACTRED HOME" the appraiser must find other "MANUFACTURED HOME'S to comp with yours. In many instances if there are no othr MH's within a certain geographical proximity with the same overall values of the rest of the homes in your neighborhood they will have to go into other neighborhoods or in many cases to the nearest MH park/community. This could and usually does impact the appraisal and not in your favor. I've seen it be many a deal breaker.
However, if you purchase a "MODULAR HOME" instead then the appraiser can use recent sales in the immediate area to yours be they "MANUFACTURED" or "MODULAR". Please take a few moments to study the following link to better acquaint you with the difference between. "MODULAR" vs "MANUFACTURED. This is extremely valuable and important information and could determine your eligibility for long term conventional financing.