Wer kaum mehr etwas hat in den USA zieht in einen Trailer-Park. Für Viele ist das eine persönliche Bankrott-Erklärung, für andere ein glänzendes Geschäft. Die Dauercamper Fotografie zeigen eine deutsche Trailer park. Steinhagen, Deutschland - deutsche Trailerparks Porträt eines Dauercamper Porträt eines. Bundesverband der Campingwirtschaft in Deutschland bestätigt: "Wir ähnlich wie in Amerika in den Trailerparks", sagt Herbert Scheidt.
Retrowerk Trailer ParkDie Caravanparks liegen oft direkt am Meer oder am See und bieten ein Caravanpark Internazionale Manacore. z. B. 1 Woche Deutschland für 2 Personen. Alle Infos zum Reisemobilstellplatz Retrowerk Trailer Park, Stellplatz in Inden-Pier, Deutschland. Inklusive Beschreibung, Daten, Bilder und Bewertungen. Wohnwagensiedlung Sunnyside Trailer Park in West Miami (Florida). Eine Wohnwagensiedlung ist eine Wohngegend, in welcher überwiegend Wohnwagen oder.
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If you are looking to find a home that has space for your growing family but doesn't break the bank this one could be perfect.
Located in a Rochester, Michigan mobile home park that was built with families in mind. What do we like most about this home? The countertop dividing the kitchen from the dining room, of course.
Circular counters were a big hit in vintage Spartans so seeing a new model with it is pretty cool. It wasn't easy to choose just these 7 cheap mobile homes.
There are many mobile homes out there for sale at great prices. We have no association with any of these owners or Craigslist. We just like to share cool mobile homes and teach people about the original tiny homes.
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Someone was telling me you need to get a car loan, so the monthly amount is much higher. Another told me its a mortgage, but with only 15 years of repayment.
Do you qualify for things like down payment assistance or First Time Homebuyers stuff when buying a mobile home? I've heard contradictory things.
How is the noise inside a mobile home? I know this farm girl can't get blissful silence, but I'm hoping for at least a little bit of sound dampening.
How sturdy are the materials? My goal is to turn one room to a full library for our book and comic collection, but I don't want the whole thing falling through the floor one day.
Sorry to ask here but my research online has turned up contradictory info and a lot of it seems to depend on the state. The materials for mobile homes are cheap; particle board and 2x2s for wall studs.
I lived in a holly park for a year, and while I loved being able to change things, the lot rent irked me at every month.
It didn't help that the lot manager was awful…. Would fine you for not mowing the grass "on time," but would ignore noise complaints.
There is generally no funding for used mobile homes, you might be able to get a loan for a new one if you have great credit. I just wouldn't want to if I had to rent the land again.
I sold the trailer for about what I paid mobile homes don't hold their value, after putting in some costly repairs. I just wanted to let you know these things if you hadn't been informed yet.
It is a powerful thing, owning your own place. Renting the land is NOT for me. I've come across a few things online where a park is owned by the tenants.
That would be so much nicer, of course. I always dreaming of having my own house, big or tiny house doesn't matter cause now i'm living with in laws.
I currently rent a 2 bedroom mobile home in a mobile home community. It's cheaper than trying to rent an apartment and it's close to where I work.
Since I rent I don't have the ability to make the changes I'd like but it's still a nice place. Most people own the mobile homes here and I found out there was someone buying mobile homes and then renting them out but the management put a stop to it and refused to allow him to buy anything else because that's not how they want their park run.
I don't know my neighbors particularlly well but I'm more introverted but the people across the street from me have lived here for several years and ahve totally renovated their mobile home — they put in dry wall makes things sturdier , renovated the kitchen, put in all new windows, new floor and stuff like that.
The part doesn't have any amentities unlike others I've read about in this area but that's fine. There are a lot of kids and famillies and occasionally the neighbors have been too loud but it' slike anything else, I've gone over and asked them to turn down the music and they are fine with it.
We did have a series of cars being broken into — mostly cars that were unlocked and I think a little vandalism. About a week after it happened a notice went around to everyone saying tenants of the park since everyone rents the land but most people own the home are responsible for their guests and will be held accountable for their guests actions.
If anyone sees anything call the management and call the police, with a number provided. There was other stuff, but it boiled down to — if someone who lives here or their guest is repsonbile they'll be evicted.
There are also rules about how many people can live in one mobile home and how mnay cars can be parked, all sheds have to match the color scheme of the mobile home if yours is white with red trim your shed is white with red trim.
As for a mobile home community being more crime ridden. It depends. My mom owns a townhouse and someone bought the one next to her and rented it out.
It was freaking nightmare and this is in a nice neighborhood coveted for it's close proximity to schools and such. The renters next to her had parties and fights, she had to call the police, and one night there was an arugment and someone threw a beer bottle and broke her windshield.
When those people finally moved they had down thousands of dollars worth damage to the house. The house across the street from her also got rented out and again — lots of loud noises, partying, and damage.
Oh and my car was broken into during this time period and my wallet stolen. As well as other break ins. I live in a place where housing is expensive so a mobile home becomes affordable.
There aren't tornados here so I don't have to worry about that. And owning a mobile home isn't limited to living ina mobile home community.
A relative of mine owned inheirted property wtih a mobile home, which was in bad shape. Instead of trying to build a house or even do a modular house she went iwth a mobile home.
There's a fireplace in the family room and it's really nice. And spacious. The place I'm living in is older and has half old windows half new ones.
The bathroom needs a renovation but it's spacious and nice and I have a deck small one but a deck and it's a lot better than the tiny cramped apartment I was livng in previously.
An interesting read. An insider story for someone who is considering this kind of home… I am in north carolina, somewhat near Charlotte.
I don't know if where I live would be considered a trailer park, per se, but I live in a small community of double wides. We all live on about an acre of land or more, with several farms in walking distance.
A mobile home is truly what you make of it. My neighbors are a mix of retired, young and working, old and lived there forever, and some more redneck than others.
Our home has a fireplace, a sky light, granite counter tops, and we are installing hardwoods. We have 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. It ended up being much cheaper than an apartment.
Its just kind of a different way of life! I live in Tulsa, Oklahoma and my wife is terrified of tornadoes. We ended up getting a cellar put in by F5 Storm Shelters of Tulsa.
We feel alot better during storm season now knowing we have somewhere to go. If you are interested, go to their website. I remember it having a bunch of information and their sales people were really helpful.
OK, here's the thing, these are not trailers! They are manufactured homes which are transported on flatbed trucks and installed to remain in one place.
Even older homes were transported in this way. They can be moved, but so can a stick built house if one really wanted to. I live in the S.
Bay Area and have found most manufactured home communities, regardless of socio-economic strata to be very pleasant. Senior communities tend to be better kept and there are, of course seedy, much less desirable communities, but this seems a case of the neglect of the communities' land owner.
I applaud those who are on this site to educate themselves! Could anyone recommend some good books on trailer park life?? Could be fiction or non-fiction.
I moved into a trailer park sort of as a joke after a divorce that involved lots of real estate and responsibility and had me spending my weekends keeping up with the Jones's.
I thought it would be temporary, though. Eleven years later, I am still here. And now I am totally renovating the trailer and don't plan to leave any time soon.
My only fear that is if I put in too many upgrades, my neighbors will start doing the same and we will turn trailer park trash into red hot real estate like the trailer park in Malibu that was featured on CBS Sunday morning a few years back.
So I plan to install sauna and hot tub with swimming lane in a shed or sunroom to hide it and silence it as much possible.
I will continue to enjoy my yard, which I began planting with edible fruits and vegetables instead of decorative non-native plants when I first moved in..
I am a trailer park fruit farmer and can and preserve everything I grow to share with my neighbors, who get a kick out of the novelty of it.
I am hoping it inspires them to do the same. The monthly rental for the trailer park is far less than I would be pay for real estate taxes on a similar sized home in the suburbs in Southeastern Pennsylvania, where I am located.
And my monthly rental includes garbage and snow removal as well free sewer and water from private wells owned by the trailer park and not from city water that tastes awful.
I also have taken many steps to make my place extremely energy efficient and have reduced my heating and electric bills in half since I moved in 11 years ago.
Most of the efficiency came from insulation, new windows and doors, energy efficient propane furnace replaced oil furnace and LED recessed lights.
The best thing about the trailer is that it is so easy to work on! When I replaced the roof, I installed skylights and opened up sections of the ceiling that allowed me to create access points to easily run all kinds of wires, include HDMI to connect computers to TVs and to install stereo speakers in ceilings of every room with a central control panel to regular sound in every room as well outdoors.
The only downside to living here is that I do have neighbors that are just 15 to 25 feet from me about the same as the houses in the big developments.
The term "caravan park" is used to refer to both. In New Zealand, the suburb of Favona in Auckland is an area where trailer parks are concentrated.
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