There are a lot of people that believe that manufactured homes/mobile homes are built cheaper by cutting corners.  This, however, is simply not true.  This video will help elaborate further on the true benefits/values in owning a manufactured, mobile or modular home.

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AuthorWeston Chapman

Many people ask the question,  "Are mobile homes/manufactured homes safe to live in?"  The answer is Yes.  In fact, most of the time, they are safer than a lot of traditional site built homes. Watch this video for a more thorough explanation.

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AuthorWeston Chapman

Mobile homes containing formaldehyde is still a big concern to a lot of consumers.  Just how bad is it?  Not as bad as most people think.  In fact, formaldehyde is in the very home that you are living in right now!  Read this blog to learn the answers to some of the commonly asked questions about Formaldehyde and also learn more about your possible exposures.

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There are quite a few companies that offer insurance for mobile homes, manufactured homes and modular homes in Oklahoma and Texas.  For some reason, a lot of the more well known independent insurance carriers that you see on TV will not insure mobile homes, but fortunately there are a lot of good companies out there that will.  Here is a list of some of the more popular companies that either specialize in mobile and manufactured home insurance or have really good rates.  These are not in any specific order:  American Bankers of Florida (Assurant), American Modern, American Summit, Foremost (Owned by Farmers), North Star, FarmAssure (MDOW), Markel, Lloyd's of London, Aegis, National Fire and Security, Standard Casualty Company and more!  

A good insurance agent with access to a lot of these companies and that is familiar with mobile homes (this is the key) will know which company is best to run you with.  Factors such as location of the home, distance from the fire department, rating of the fire department, distance to a fire hydrant, type of policy, past claims and even credit scores can all affect the premium.  I have seen policies that are literally half the price of others with the same amount of coverage and the only difference is the company that it is written with.  It is always a good idea to check around every few years just to make sure that you are not just throwing away extra money that could be used to pay something off instead of just giving it away to the insurance company!

Want to know if you are paying too much?  Visit http://www.texomainsurancegroup.com and get a quick quote from an agency that SPECIALIZES in mobile homes, manufactured home and modular home insurance.  They can write mobile home insurance in all 50 states. 

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AuthorWeston Chapman

This is a question asked by many!  There are several different ways to "OWN" a park and make money, but I will focus only on one... The way that makes the most money with the least amount of time and investment!  If you have considered starting a mobile home park or doing rentals then you need to read this.

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