When I created Mobile Home Living, I told myself that it would be a simple blog offering beautiful mobile home visits, remodeling ideas and more. help from experienced owners.
But he has evolved into much more than that.
Mobile Home Living and our Facebook group are a positive community, without judgment, where ordinary people can share their beautiful renovations and renovations of mobile homes without being judged.
Over the past 8 years, we have shared many stories highlighting homeowners with some pretty amazing features. In this article we describe 7 great features of a mobile home owner.
Mobile home owners are often stereotyped and stigmatizedand judged. I guess you can say we do the same thing in this article, but with a twist.
Mobile home owners are stubborn
The owners of mobile homes have incredible tenacity. They can flourish and adapt wherever you are and they see the potential where others do not.
Mobile home owners are smart
If you've followed Mobile Home Living over the years, you've read, story after story, mobile home owners overcome by hardships (mostly from the Great Recession).
Many of our featured mobiles the owners have been deeply affected by the recessionot. Some new mobile home owners sold their homes built on the site and used the equity to buy a mobile home or prefabricated opportunity.
They did what they had to do to get back on their feet and made the best decision for themselves and their families, whatever their fate. stigma and stereotyping.
Warren Buffet hinted that prefabricated homeowners were generally smarter financially because they had not bought a home that was too expensive for them.
'If home buyers all over the country
it was behaved like our (manufactured)
buyers, America would not have had
the crisis that he has made. "
Most Americans work so much that they can not enjoy their huge home. When they are at home, they have so much maintenance and cleaning that they can not really enjoy it.
Most mobile home owners prefer to spend their money on experiences and spend time with loved ones rather than working 100 hours a week to offer a scandalous mortgage.
This old adage is true, the less you own, the less you own. Owners of mobile homes, especially those who live in older models that are cheap, are not owned by anyone.
Mobile home owners are friendly and fun and REAL
You will not find a group of people more friendly than those living in a mobile home and especially those living in a mobile home located in a well-maintained park. They have a reality and a level of content and neighborhood that is not found in luxury housing projects.
Community planners have tried to find a way to create an on-site housing community that is friendly to neighbors and the overall community satisfaction that is so natural in prefabricated housing communities.
"For whatever reason, and the only (factor) I can think of is management, the club builder has never been able to match, even though it provides the amenities, the style of the mobile home park. "
Wheel Estate by Allan D. Walls, 1991
Expert planners say that the proximity of mobile homes and park management create the friendliness and sense of respect of the community and neighbors. I think it's just people.
There is more life in a single mobile home park than in three closed communities.
The owners of mobile homes are different. They are more friendly and down-to-earth. They are not pretentious or worried about what others think of them.
Mobile home owners are precursors
A few years ago, a new fashionable lifestyle and a minimalist movement hit the country like a tsunami.
It's suddenly become cool to no longer have debt and live in small houses. Living a more eco-friendly lifestyle and living experiences have become more important than a gigantic home and fancy objects.
The owners of mobile homes have been doing this for almost a century!
Nobody seems to realize (or want to admit) that mobile home owners live this lifestyle for nearly a century. The Vargos and Gypsy wagons have lived this lifestyle for centuries.
I believe that one of the biggest differences between small homeowners and the oldest owners of mobile homes is the strength of their character and the fact of not caring what others think.
Mobile home owners have been leading a simple and affordable life for decades, but they do not care about being stereotyped and stigmatized.
The owners of mobile homes are rebels
Mobile home owners could easily be considered the most rebellious if the company chose the superlatives.
Mobile home owners go against social conformity as soon as they buy or rent a prefabricated house.
Mobile home owners have courage and tenacity. Living in a mobile home is not easy – you are fundamentally against an entrenched social stigma. You will probably be called names or labeled as bad or odd at least.
Mobile home owners exist in their own way.
No doubt about it, mobile home owners have something unique. It may be their rebellious nature of going against social norms or their ability to see the potential where others can not.
Mobile home owners are great
However, mobile home owners overcome this negativity and stigma.
I guess the best way to say this is that mobile home owners are smart, tenacious and great because they are not afraid to greet society with the middle finger.
As always, thank you for reading Mobile Home Living!