Manufactured (Mobile) Home
A manufactured home, also known as a mobile home, is a dwelling that is built to the Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards. Unlike a modular home, these standards are set by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Manufactured homes are built in a controlled setting, typically a manufacturing plant or a factory, and are transported in 1 or 2 pieces (single or double-wide) on a permanent steel chassis to a location using its own wheels. Every manufactured home has a data plate (HUD Tag) that is readily accessible and visible, usually near the main electrical panel. The data plate contains information including: the manufacturing plant in which the manufactured home was assembled, the serial number and the date the unit was manufactured
Manufactured homes are often confused with modular homes. Modular homes are built from 3 or more pieces, assembled onsite, and built on a permanent foundation. Modular homes resemble traditional single family homes and do not have a HUD tag. We are not able to finance manufactured (mobile) homes at this time. However, we can help you finance modular homes.