Mobile homes, also known as “manufactured homes,” are built in a factory and placed on a trailer chassis to allow them to be moved. Double Wide Mobile Homes are sometimes placed in a mobile home park or on leased land. In these cases, the owner rents a space or leases land, but owns the mobile home itself.
Alternatively, prefab home owners can place mobile homes on land they own or are buying under contract
One advantage Double Wide Mobile Homes offer is that they are often a lower-cost option to buying a stick built home. In this regard, mobile container homes can make homeownership easier to achieve. And since mobile homes usually cost less per square foot than a stick built home, you can get more space for your money.
Khome Steel Structure has standard floor plans and options that allows us to build prefabricated wide homes for a price cheaper than the traditional building.
Another advantage you might find with mobile homes is flexibility. Since prefab mobile homes are usually more affordable than a stick built home and only semi-permanent, if you own land, you can place a mobile home on it now and remove it in the future. This might be an option if you are uncertain you want to own the land long term, do not want to commit to a stick built home now, or cannot afford a stick built home right now.
Double Wide Mobile Homes are easier to move than a stick built home. Once a stick built home is built, it is more or less there permanently.