Hi, you have the answer but do not know it!
My first thought why a manufactured home?
My second thought, have you figure your comfort zone in price ranges?
My First suggestion, write a list of things you like, and want, and the areas that interest you.
Things you may want to ask yourself, is a 50 plus community a consideration for you?
How you like to spend your time?
How much room you need?
The answer you give yourself, will prepare a list that you can provide an agent with, that can make the
suggestions to you to decide what is YOUR good area for YOU!
Hope this helps Anita
Remember: â€œPictures without ALL the information are never the total picture and always the entire story ~!â€ Realtor Ron W ..â€Pictures being shown, are attention gotcha, use to draw your interest. The rest, the information, will help you decide. Where that information comes from is IMPORTANT to you, and it may not all be on the listing information! Having an agent will get you the missing pieces. Then when you actually view the property; have it inspected where everything begins to fall into place having a pre-approval letter or proof of funds ready done ready for the sellerâ€™s hands. Sellers and Banks expect this information, before reviewing yours or any offers. Do not lose out by not having this or a RealtorÂ® that is not the listing agent that serves the seller. Remember, the seller pays the commission!! You Get to choose your RealtorÂ®!â€
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