The link is a listing of states that have trailer homes. Is this a indication of a states wealth?
I don't think so. States like Arizona have an abundance of mobile homes that are second homes for snowbirds who have money. Especially if this includes fifth wheels and the such. I think a better indication would be welfare and food stamp status.
rons - I do not believe the data. NJ is 46th. No way
I don't think so.
My Vermont neighbor has a pretty big one that looks like a prefab. Three bedroom, 2 baths, fireplace, nice kitchen Lr. Impressed.
I'm surprised Texas isn't high, with all the temporary housing and multiple people living in a house in the big oil boom areas. I've seen travel trailers renting for $1000 a month.
No it's a testament to a states tornado re-accurance...
In my area no new mobile homes allowed.
I know of one here. But it's near a fishing river.
We have a few trailer parks in surrounding towns and a few single mobile homes grandfathered in but no new mobile homes allowed it "brings down the value of surrounding homes"
I have a camp in Vermont. Lots of mobile homes that look like a prefab. My neighbors is pretty nice!
My dads family is from VT and I lived there for a bit. VT has a lot more freedom when it comes to building codes. I'm in MA and the codes are strict. I own land and wanted to buy a trailer for my grandmother (she likes her independence) and was
Same here. we can't even take out a tree with a permit.