What to Look For in a Leesburg Mobile Home Community

Here’s what to look for in a Leesburg mobile home community in the Port Orange or Central Florida area.

 

 

You’ve already made your choice. You’re going to live in a manufactured home. You’re off to a great start. There are plenty of reasons you should choose a Leesburg mobile home community over a house. It’s affordable, spacious and unlike their stereotype, manufactured homes can be more beautiful, if not much more beautiful than the average home. But before you buy your mobile home, you want to make sure you are picking the right community.

 

There are plenty of manufactured home communities to choose from, whether they’re in Leesburg, Port Orange, or Daytona Beach, picking the right one for what you want is a top priority.

 

You’re Not Buying a Home; You’re Buying a Lifestyle

One key thing to remember about a mobile home community is that you’re not buying a home, you’re buying a lifestyle. The community is what makes your new home; your neighbors, activities offered, the pool, clubhouse – and the list goes on! This all leads to a sense of community and excitement.

 

You want to make sure that the mobile home community you pick is the sort of community you want.

 

Here’s what you should look for in a Manufactured home community:

  • Pool and Lounge Areas
  • Shuffleboard
  • Community Center
  • Bingo
  • Fitness Center
  • Golf Course/ Driving Range

 

There are so many different amenities that are offered, this is really where you should be looking before you buy a mobile home. Does the community have a clubhouse?  Does the community have a pool? Does your lot rent include lawn services?

 

These are all questions you should be asking when it comes to looking into a mobile home community. Other things that are usually part of the community are the basic utility services:

  • Water, Sewer, and Trash
  • Lawn & Yard Care
  • Laundry Facilities

Reasonable Lot Rent

Depending on the services your community offers, you will have a lot rent. For example, a traditional average lot rent is anywhere from $400-$700.

 

If you decide on a community that does lawn care, then imagine the time it’ll save you; that’s all factored into the lot rent, as well as all the community amenities and features, which makes any lot rent worth it.

 

Ask Around

Before moving into a mobile home community, be sure to ask around. Many communities have residents who are open to talking about their community and how much they love it.

 

If you’re thinking of moving into a mobile home community in Leesburg, Daytona Beach or Port Orange, or anywhere in the Central Florida area, then contact us here at Four Star Homes. We are your trusted broker to help you find your next home and start your new lifestyle.

 

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