Summer is the perfect season for camping, gardening, barbecues, and many other outdoor activities. It’s also the perfect season for buying a home. What better time to shop for a home when the weather is sunny and warm, the kids are out of school, and there is more time to spend together as a family? There is nothing worse than moving belongings in cold and rainy weather. That’s why moving is much easier in the summer as the weather conditions are more pleasant.
So, why take advantage of the current housing environment this summer? For one thing, historically low interest rates are making a home purchase more attractive. According to Moody’s Analytic, the 2011 ratio of home prices to income is approximately 21%, which is lower than the 15-year average through 2010. Those purchasing a home in the coming summer are likely to experience affordable interest rates on home loans, which can potentially reduce monthly costs or overall cost depending on the mortgage chosen for the home. What’s even more is that mortgage rates are lower than they have been in the last 50 years.
Given that these conditions are expected to change in the next few years you may want to take advantage of this wonderful opportunity. At Alliance we encourage you to shop around.
Our agents at Alliance Manufactured Homes are very passionate and experienced in the field and can answer any questions you may have. We are not satisfied until our customers are satisfied – Why Compromise?
Memorial Day—a day that commemorates United States soldiers who died while honoring, serving and fighting for our country. Observed this Monday, May 30th, it is a United States federal holiday. First enacted to honor Union soldiers of the American Civil War, then it was extended after World War I to honor Americans who have died in all wars. Memorial Day often marks the start of summer vacation season. Since it is an observed federal holiday, all federal buildings, libraries, public schools and banks are closed, a three day weekend many look forward to.
However, Alliance Manufactured Homes will be open to conveniently serve those that are interested in a New Home! We will be holding many open houses throughout this weekend and as well as on Monday. We look forward to seeing you this Memorial Day Weekend!
Have a safe weekend from all of us at Alliance Manufactured Homes!
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Dave Smith is a graduate of Westmont High School in Cambell, CA, with further education at West Valley and Cabrillo Colleges in Constructional Technology.
Dave is a journeyman carpenter, a licensed general carpenter, and a licensed Realtor.
He was introduced into customer service/warranty capacity of the manufactured housing industry in 1998, where he worked with new home buyers and became familiar with all of the different Mobile Home Manufacturers.
In 2010, Dave worked closely with the residents of Oakridge Mobile Home Park that lost their homes, along with the rest of their many belongings in the Sylmar Fire. He was able to help them get their lives back with brand new custom designed homes.
Dave has called the Central Coast home since 1984. He lives there with his wife and two children and manages the Alliance Manufactured Home office in Sunny Soquel.
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I would highly recommend Alliance Manufactured Homes for the following reasons:
Sales staff are great to work with. They are very knowledgeable on all aspects of MFH’s and the various parks in the Bay Area.
The Installation of the home was on time and complete. Alliance has always been very responsive to all our needs along the way.
My wife and I are very happy living in our Karsten home. The home is well built and nice to look at. All our family and friends have made nice comments about it. Our utility bills are very low since home is very efficient.
Dwight & Jessie Modrell
Skyline Manufactured Homes: Customer Satisfaction and Safety
QUALITY EMPLOYEES – At the heart of every Skyline factory are the employees who work to build your home. Skyline employees are a proud and dedicated group whose goal is to provide the best home for your hard-earned money.
QUALITY BRANDS – Skyline understands the importance of using quality name-brand materials and appliances. After all, this isn’t just another house, this is your home. With names like Rheem, Delta, Owens-Corning, Coleman, Congolium, Shaw, and GE you can be confident that a Skyline home is built with with some of the best names in home construction.
QUALITY CONTROL – Skyline’s Quality Assurance Process is paramount in ensuring compliance with Federal Manufactured Home Construction Safety Standards (or HUD code). Skyline’s in-house quality control team, as well as independent third party agencies, inspects your home during each phase of the construction process. These codes ensure that your home is built to specific structural, mechanical, plumbing, electrical, and safety standards.
QUALITY MATERIALS – All Skyline homes are built in an environmentally controlled manufacturing facility with no exposure to the outside elements. The same holds true for our building material storage. They store all building materials in an environmentally controlled warehouse, with no exposure to the outdoor elements. All materials are stored per the supplier’s recommendations. Their own internal Quality Assurance Process requires a weekly inspection of stored materials to assure they are in ready-to-use condition. Their suppliers, independent third Party inspection provider, and other governing agencies also conduct periodic inspections of our stored materials.
QUALITY HOME DESIGN – Skyline homes are designed to enhance the quality of today’s lifestyles. They have a home to fit whatever stage of life you are in. First time home buyers, a family that’s growing, or an empty nest can all find homes to fit their needs. Their design team had created a portfolio of floor plans, decors, and optional amenities to ensure the flexibility needed to satisfy your housing needs.
The 5 Q’s are important to us.
The 5 Q’s are important for your Satisfaction & Safety.
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Information in this post is based on the Skyline Website.
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