Some people are put off by the thought of a pre-manufactured home because they feel there are not enough styles to choose from. Nowadays, however, pre-manufactured housing comes in a vast range of styles that will suit most tastes and budgets. So, if this is how you have felt, it might be something you should reconsider.
If you do find a pre-manufactured home that suits you, there are a few other decisions you will need to make such as where you are going to put the home. There are options here as well. For example, you could look for a piece of land to purchase for the home to go on. Leasing land that is specially designed for this type of housing is another option, or you could buy the land and the home together. Whatever you choose it is very important to find out everything you need to know regarding utility connections, zoning laws, regulations and rules pertaining to pre-manufactured housing, or any other legal requirements, etc. Remember that this information will vary depending on the location the home will be in so make sure to do your research specifically for the area you will be living in.
When purchasing a pre-manufactured home, take the time to study the manufacturer's warranty. Check that you will be covered for the transportation of the home as well as the installation and be sure to avoid any actions that will make the warranty void.
Finally, when your pre-manufactured home is finally in place and all set up, have a thorough home inspection performed to ensure everything is working the way it should be.