Pros & Cons Of Mobile Homes.
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Today, we will thoroughly review a fascinating housing trend that has already spread worldwide - Mobile Housing.
In recent years, we have witnessed the expansion of this phenomenon - The conscious choice of many people to live in mobile homes, caravans, trailers, etc.
As the years went by, things got more sophisticated, and those mobile residences became more comfortable and advanced. Creativity is the name of the game.
Some would even argue that mobile homes are on the verge of becoming the new face of affordable housing.
If you are a member of our sweet crib community, you are probably already familiar with our writing style. If not, we will again mention our fondness for practical techniques. Therefore, this article will be in the 'for and against' format.
As usual, we will not innovate anything dramatic you didn't know about before but rather present our humble (but wonderfully sweet) opinion on the issue.
As always, later in the article, there will be a refreshing infographic presentation and a video summarizing its content for you.
'Pros And Cons Of Mobile Homes.'
The cost differences between a "Normal" house and a mobile one are significant by any standard.
In fact, the main reason many people choose this housing format is cost considerations—lack of bill payments for a wide variety of local authorities along with other service-providing monopolies and other reasons.
The design/maintenance aspects are also much more straightforward. And don't even get us started with the construction costs - from an irreversible state of having to enslave - (better known as 'mortgage') your whole life for four walls - in a mobile home, on the other hand, is really not so life-changing operation.
Follow the money!
If your consideration mainly concerns financial aspects, You will find this solution quite beneficial.
Generally speaking, people who choose mobile housing are characterized (Among other things) by a higher level of Adventures urge than the average person.
Getting up and leaving at any point is quite thrilling for some people.
Interested in a trip to an exciting destination without prior notice? No problem! Just start your engine and be on your way.
There are countless other examples.
Although it may sound a bit 'dangerous' to some of you, the power to just leave and walk away, all of a sudden, wherever you want, without informing anyone, is an ability that many will find fascinating.
Mobile housing provides their 'users' with many flexible/dynamic capabilities, which can help them fulfill their dreams and aspirations.
Indeed, It's not for everyone, but it's a perfect fit for the adventurous nature of some.
Adventurous types? This is for you
Find yourself motivated by your adventurous urge in other fields of life?
You may also find satisfaction and enjoyment in this type of housing solution as well.
Unlike a "Real home," a mobile house is characterized by reasonably simple maintenance.
The furnishing efforts do not even come close to those involved in designing/furnishing an "Ordinary home."
Everything is relatively small and compact. The cleaning procedure is also quite simple. And overall, it can be said with a high level of certainty that maintaining a mobile home is much simpler.
There is indeed the need to know how to 'fit' things accurately and purposefully into "smaller" spaces that characterize a mobile home. But once this adjustment has been made, daily maintenance is much more straightforward.
Pretty simple to maintain
The above was the last 'pro' in our 'pros and cons of mobile homes list.'
Now, let's hear the other side.
Generally speaking, mobile homes are characterized by smaller sizes, sometimes even in a way that will make it challenging to manage a proper living environment.
If you are one of those not bothered by this sort of thing and have no problem adapting to smaller spaces - fine. But if you need an extensive home interior space - This may be a problem.
The size issue is fundamental whenever the case of mobile homes comes up for discussion - No way around it, and you must be well aware of its extensive aspects before making any decision.
A mobile home may be too tiny
While there is no doubt that in our modern era, there has been a massive improvement In everything concerning mobile home size, and today you can easily find mobile homes with quite impressive space, still, with that being said, a significant proportion of houses of this type will have their owners adapt to a relatively limited interior space.
Please read this article for further enrichment on the issue of the growing size of mobile homes.
2. Lack Of Stability.
Despite the respect and appreciation many of us have for the 'free spirit' and dynamism characterizing the idea of mobile homes, with that being said, Every coin has two sides - and in this case, it's a notable lack of Stability - One that gets reflected in the absence of a healthy and beneficial community and family life.
So, with all due respect for that free spirit idea, most people (still) prefer their homes connected to the ground (including metaphorically).
Moreover, We are all familiar with the classic family gathering, better known as the 'American Dream' surrounding the house/garden/garage while barbecuing on the balcony before NFL games on Sundays.
That sense of stability is affected to a certain extent in a wrong way by the idea of mobile homes. You can read more about it here.
Stability is key
3. Technical & Social Difficulties.
Despite the romantic idea that may prevail with the mobile home concept, It's important to emphasize there are also some substantial difficulties involved.
In some, you are allowed to park only if you physically own the land, while in others, It will be possible only in approved designated parking lots.
In both cases, there's more to it than you might think.
Another example of Technical/social Bumps is the lack of public services you may have become accustomed to during your stay in "ordinary homes."
We hope you are well aware that you will not receive the same level of medical/community/police/economic services and more, which the authorities will be able and obligated to provide you within a "Normal" living environment, compared to a remote and isolated caravan park, Etc.
You will need to adapt improvisational and creative abilities you may not have to use in a non-mobile living environment.
Moreover, unfortunately, there is a pretty (unjustified) socially solid stigma regarding people who choose such a way of living.
They are perceived as not serious, "hippies," trouble seekers, and so on.
Think of the look of a "serious" girl on a first date when you tell her you to live in a caravan in a remote parking lot...
Sucks...we know...but it is what it is.
And don't get us wrong. We are not trying to tell you to plan your life according to other people's opinions. Hell no! We only wish to reflect on the social situations you may encounter when making certain decisions.
By the way, many argue for another very significant problem when it comes to mobile homes - Extreme depreciation. Be sure to read more about that here.
No problems? Think again
Also, regarding daily use - do you genuinely believe it's so simple to set up every tiny corner of your house functionally purposeful?! Cuz it's not...
You must realize that this way of living is a massive change from everything you know about the 'Housing Concept.' It takes work to adapt to such a critical change.
Here, you can read in detail about the typical difficulties Involved in mobile housing's daily life.
There are other technical/social challenges associated with this type of residence. Due to length, we have mentioned only some. You don't have to be rocket science to figure out the rest. Just use your imagination.
Our main message is to make you look at this issue with realistic eyes so you won't think there are no challenges involved because there are - Big time!
In conclusion, We hope this article - 'Pros& Cons Of Mobile Homes' - has expanded your knowledge of the above issue. And if you have any more questions on the matter, please feel free to reach out.
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