How Can You Avoid the “Hidden Costs” of Buying A House? Just the Facts!


As you watch the first video from CNBC, it just begins to skim the surface of the “hidden costs” of buying an existing house.  A ‘site built,’ conventional house.


Want to save money now – when you buy – and later too?

For those who open their mind and explore the manufactured home alternative, they discover what the couple in the video below did.

They previously owned a nice conventional house in an upscale neighborhood. They had it built new, it was custom.  But they still had added costs after they bought that new house.

When you buy a manufactured home, the window coverings, the appliances and more are routinely included. The more you look, the more you compare, the more you’ll like the manufactured home option.

An Interesting Share…

From a manufactured home owner who has spent time reading and viewing on…

Hi Tony,
The videos do a good job of highlighting the information you need to get out there to set the record straight, and they keep hammering home the message of quality, affordability and safety.

The HUD official was a very nice, solid interview that also brought the cache of Credibility (with a capital C) to all of the surrounding content on the page. Likewise, the owner testimonials have the ring of truth.

And who can argue with the mantra: Everything else we consume comes from a factory — why not our homes? It is such a logical argument, that it’s not hard to envision a future when that is where most new homes will come from…”



Let’s Be Honest…

Once you get past the myths, what you find are powerful reasons to consider the manufactured home lifestyle.

We know, because we’ve enjoyed manufactured home living for years. That’s all she wrote for today! ##

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Soheyla Kovach (pronounced “SoHeyLa” and “CoVatch” like a Watch with a V), left. Tamas (pronounced TahMash) Kovach, center. L. A. “Tony” Kovach, right. Photo by 83 Degrees media, see their story on our operation at this link here.


Soheyla Kovach.
Soheyla, her spouse Tony and their son Tamas were featured in 83 Degrees Media, at this link here.

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