We want to thank Tony for working with us. Unfortunately, things did not work out the way we had hoped. Thanks again for all your help.
Mike and Kathy T. – La Mesa, Ca
I really liked Lavon, as well as your homes! Please tell Lavon that I really enjoyed the visit, and her being so helpful. She was very professional and accommodating.
Stephan and Sally V. – La Jolla, CA
Ma Williams is at the top of my list. Marie was great at explaining the deposit process and everything else.
December C. – Lake Elsinore, Ca
I would give Tony an 11 on everything. He answered all our questions. What I really liked about your homes is that you don't have any sharp corners in the homes. They all have rounded corners, so they don't look like an apartment to me. We have visited a lot of other sales centers, but we didn't like what we saw at them. We will definitely be coming back to Ma Williams when it is time to move forward!
Megan and Mike B. – Hemet, Ca
I only spoke to Lavon on the phone and she was very helpful and seemed very knowledgeable.
Fred and Caroline W. – Riverside, CA
For many homeowners moving from a traditional site built home into a manufactured or modular home, one of the first decisions they face is whether to relocate to a mobile home park.
Yes, technically that should be “manufactured home park.” But “mobile home” has become so familiar in this context that even new parks use that term, despite the fact that most of the homes inside will never be put on wheels and driven away.
Still, the question remains – is this the right place for you and your family?
Let’s take a look at some of the benefits of mobile home park living – and some of the challenges.
Sound good? It is for many manufactured home residents. But there are some potential drawbacks that you should be aware of as well.
Is park living right for you? The experts at Ma Williams can help you decide as well.