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Manufactured Housing

Manufactured Home vs. Mobile Home


What is a Manufactured home?
A manufactured home is any home, which is factory-built in the U.S. to the HUD Title 6 construction standards (‘the HUD-code’).
The HUD-code took effect June 15, 1976.

A Manufactured home will display both a Certification Label and the Data Plate. A Certification Label (sometimes called the HUD Label) is usually located on the tail end of each transportable section of the home. The Data Plate will be located inside of the home, usually near the fuse panel or possibly inside a cabinet or closet. These documents are extremely important; as per the HUD Title 6 regulation, removal is illegal. Removal could hinder the buying, selling, financing, or insuring of a manufactured home; they are not replaceable.

A manufactured home is built on a permanent chassis to ensure transportability. However, typically a manufactured home is not moved from its initial installation site.


What is a mobile home?

A mobile home is any factory-built home that is: 1) built  before June 15, 1976, or 2)  not built to a uniform construction code.
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