My husband and I are interested in moving into a senior citizens manufactured home community in the area. Ma Williams is nearby this community. We spoke with Tim at the sales center. He was beyond helpful. He informed us that a Ma Williams home will be going in that community soon. He will be in contact once that happens. I've received a ton of information since the visit. I will keep in contact with Tim.
Gino and Diane S. – Hemet, CA
Tony is a great salesman, very knowledgeable and very easy to talk to.
Alicia A. – Murrieta, CA
Lavon was great. I would rate her high on everything.
Tara R. – Riverside, CA
Claudia had stepped in to help Tony while he was busy, and she was very knowledgeable on all of our questions we had. She left no unanswered and was even able to help with finding someone to possibly remove our manufactured home to place a new one there. Very great and we left with all of our questions answered.
Veronica L. – Hemet, CA
Tony is doing a great job! I couldn't be happier.
Lisa and Bob K. – Menifee, CA
There are many misconceptions about manufactured homes that sadly still surface among our customers. One of the most common is that a manufactured home does not appreciate in value the way a site-build home would.
But that is simply not true. Recent studies, including a pilot report put out by the Federal Housing Finance Agency, prove what we’ve known all along – manufactured homes do retain value in a very similar fashion to site-built homes.
Every home should be an investment, not just in the safety, security and comfort of your family, but also as an asset that can be leveraged if needed at a later date. Of course, the state of the overall economy and that of any particular area, how well a home is maintained, and other factors will always contribute to its base value. But if you compared two homes of the same approximate size in the same condition and in the same neighborhood, one manufactured and one site-built, they will increase in value at approximately the same rate over the same number of years.
One of the primary reasons this happens depends on whether the home is placed on fee simple real estate and put on a permanent foundation. And that’s the only kind of home you’ll receive from Ma Williams. When that happens the home becomes part of the real estate, and that allows the entire property to be able to obtain real estate mortgage financing rates.
So if you’re looking for a bigger home to accommodate a growing family, or a smaller home now that the kids have grown up and moved away, why not take a look at what today’s manufactured homes have to offer? Ma Williams works with some of the top manufacturers in the industry, featuring a wide array of floor plans and all the special features you need to turn a house into a loving home.