Our second main niche market, our books on manufactured housing were the first modern books available on this much-neglected subject. Yes, manufactured housing should be taken seriously:
nearly 25 percent of the homes sold in North America these days are manufactured homes, and they offer the greatest economy and quality in moderately priced homes.
Each book takes on the subject in slightly different manner: Burnside’s book Buying a Manufactured Home is very much written from the consumer’s viewpoint, with particular emphasis on the financing aspect of manufactured home buying. Taylor’s Manufactured Homes: The Buyer’s Guide, on the other hand, gives a little more insight into the manufacturer’s position. In addition, this book has more extensive advice on floor plans and options. If you’re seriously considering buying a manufactured home, you can’t go wrong buying both these modestly priced books first.
Our latest title on the subject is Tony Evans’s Manufactured Home
Financing. This little gem discloses a
little-known method for obtaining financing
with no money down and the absolutely best
payment terms. Seems too good to be true?
Wait till youíve read the book, itís now
In addition to our books on the subject, we recommend you check the links to the useful manufactured home web sites listed below: