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In the past Mobile Home  Parks have, often with legitimate reason, been thought of

 as substandard. With more modern home parks however, this is not the case. Most have regulations concerning the size and styles of homes permitted, and many are somewhat similar to more traditional subdivision developments. In some of the more satisfactory parks, all of the homes are owned by the individual occupants. Only the spaces or pads are rented, not the units themselves. Developments in which the buyer purchases both the home and the lot are almost indistinguishable from traditional subdivisions. In lower-end parks, some or all of the units are owned by the operators of the park and are rented to occupants. These developments are considered undesirable by property owners because they are known to depreciate the value of surrounding property.

 

 

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Contempo-Marin Mobile Home
400 Yosemite Rd, San Rafael, CA 415 479-6816

Los Robles Mobile Home Park
100 Roblar Dr, Novato, CA 415 883-6771
 
Novato RV Park 

1530 Armstrong Ave, Novato, CA 415 897-1271

Silver Penny RV Park
7060 Redwood Blvd, Novato, CA 415 892-3701

Vineyard Valley Mobil Homes For Sale *
290 Pope St, St Helena, CA 94574-1256 707 963-2725

 
 
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Newer homes, particularly double-wides, tend to be built to much higher standards than their predecessors and meet the building codes applicable to most areas. This has led to a reduction in the rate of value depreciation of most used units.

Additionally, modern homes tend to be built from materials similar to those used in site-built homes rather than inferior, lighter-weight materials. They are also more likely to physically resemble site-built homes. Often, the primary differentiation in appearance is that factory built homes tend to have less of a roof slope so that they can be readily transported underneath bridges and overpasses.

The number of double-wide units sold exceeds the number of single-wides, which is due in part to the aforementioned zoning restrictions. Another reason for higher sales is the spaciousness of double-wide units, which are now comparable to site-built homes. Single-wide units are still popular primarily in rural areas, where there are fewer restrictions. They are frequently used as temporary housing in areas affected by natural disasters, when restrictions are temporarily waived.
 
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