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Educator, Builder Compare Conventional House to Residential Style Manufactured Home Living & Quality

I think people would be amazed at the amenities in these places.”

– – Carol Childs

These places are great. The way they build these houses, I couldn’t build them for the price they are building them.”

– – Jim Childs

Like millions of others, Jim and Carol Childs have earned their retirement. They owned a conventional house. But they rediscovered manufactured home living in an upscale residential community with great amentiies, and they just couldn’t be happier.

In this episode of the Inside MH Road Show, you’ll hear about Jim and Carol’s experience, and what they say to those who doubt that you can get so much quality for a price that the U.S. Census Bureau says is about half the cost of similar conventional housing.

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Still from video on this page, Adventure Homes production center at Garrett, IN.

As on dozens of other episodes of our MHLivingNews video series, you’ll peek behind the scenes at how the homes are built, and how great these model homes look inside.

You’ll learn about the quality and energy savings on residential style manufactured homes too.

This video was done in Oshtemo, near Kalamazoo, MI at Saddlebrook Farms, owned and operated by Campbell Caron Properities.

With no further adieu, dive right into this faced past interview, and see why these savvy, educated residential-style manufactured home owners….


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…are so happy. ##

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The L. A. “Tony” Kovach, Soheyla Kovach and their son Tamas with Nubble Lighthouse Artist, Bill Thompson. Photo was taken on the same Inside MH road show trip as this interview with Kim Capen, which addresses the topic of appreciation in manufactured homes, to learn more, click here. (Kovach is pronounced like Co-Vatch – like a Co=watch with a V.  Soheyla = SO HEY LA, and Tamas sounds like TAH MASH).

By L. A. “Tony” Kovach.

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