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3 Fabulous Mobile Homes for Retirees
Everyone has a different idea of retirement. For some, it involves moving to a condo in Florida. For others, staying put where they spent most of their lives is the plan. And then there are those who purchased land with the dream of someday building a house on it. Those soon-to-be-retirees are taking a serious look at todayís mobile homes, which are safer than ever and offer all of the upgrades of a standard tract home. Also, new mobile homes costs tens of thousands less than tract homes and custom builds, often allowing for an earlier retirement. Take a look at this "3 Fabulous Mobile Homes for Retirees" list and imagine what life would be like living in one.
Rosemary - This adorable one-bedroom cottage resembles the clapboard-style homes found in the country on the East coast. At 383 square feet, itís one of the more-cozy mobile homes and can be easily maintained by retirees. It features durable exterior siding and a composition shingle roof, plus a rear door and a dual-glazed, sliding-glass door in the living room. Inside, there are vaulted ceilings, textured walls and carpeting throughout. Mini-blinds and designer valances cover the windows, and fixtures on the doors are brushed chrome. The kitchen features full-size GE appliances, including a double-door refrigerator, gas range and lighted hood range. From Factory Expo Home Centers, these new mobile homes also are available with additional upgrades.
Bel Aire - Retirees wanting more space - for visiting grandkids, of course - will be happy with this model of factory direct mobile homes, which has 1,639 square feet, three bedrooms and a full dining room. It also features the kind of special touches found in tract and custom homes, such as stone accents on the exterior, a double sink and an island in the kitchen, plus a built-in entertainment center in the living room. Mini-blinds and drapes cover the windows, and carpet and vinyl are on the floors. These new mobile homes from Factory Expo Home Centers blend well with California land, but would work anywhere else in the country, too.
Alpine - For those who purchased property in the mountains, these log-cabin-style mobile homes are a perfect choice thanks to the shingle roof, front porch and stone chimney. There are two bedrooms and two bathrooms in the Alpineís 941 square feet of space, plus textured walls with baseboard molding, designer drapes and carpet. The kitchen features full-size GE appliances, including a double-door refrigerator, gas range and lighted hood range. The two bathrooms have elongated, water-saver toilets and tile trim around the tubs and countertops. Factory Expo Home Centers also makes these factory direct mobile homes.
To see more mobile homes for retirees, visit Factory Expo Home Centerís website at TheMobileHomeStore.com. All of the companyís factory direct mobile homes are built to federal Mobile Home Construction and Safety Standards and cost tens of thousands of dollars less than tract homes and mobile homes from other sellers. Factory Expo Home Center invites homebuyers to tour a factory in their area to get a behind-the-scenes look at the quality construction of its new mobile homes. After, they can explore the furnished mobile homes in the factory's model village and learn more about available upgrades.
About the Author: Josh Cole covers the home-construction industry for several publications online and in print. He has followed the evolution of new mobile homes over the years. He often tells his readers how to save money on the purchase of a new home. He finds that buyers get more home for their money with factory direct mobile homes than with tract or custom homes.