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mobile home

living quarters mounted on wheels and capable of being towed by a motor vehicle
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Pilot program receives approval for continuation and expansion to enhance safety and service reliability for mobile home residents
According to the Manufactured Housing Institute, Florida has about 828,000 mobile homes -- more than any other state.
Mohammed Hussain, owner of a factory that designs and makes mobile homes in the Thawban area in Fujairah, said the demand for mobile homes peak right before the advent of winter.
The new Mobile Home will provide an assortment of services that include contract applications, account payments, Tango SIM starter packs, recharge vouchers, cellphones as well as email, MMS, GPRS and 4G connections and it is situated in the newly constructed Okahandja Shopping Centre.
The County of Santa Barbara Assessor (Assessor) reassessed two mobile home parks owned by resident-controlled nonprofit corporations after residents sold both their mobile homes and their ownership interests in the corporation.
Scruggs bought, sold, and financed real estate and mobile homes for 35 years, adequately supporting his lifestyle and a few luxuries on the side.
Because mobile homes often are owned by people who are senior citizens, on fixed incomes or of low or moderate income, significant rent increases fall upon these individuals with particular harshness.
Our house has some serious structural flaws that would require a lot of money we don't have to fix, plus it's very small and we'd have to add on to make it really livable in our old age, so we've been looking at mobile homes as an option.
The county also may order the county collector not to serve notice or apply for judgment of sale on the damaged mobile homes.
Single-wide mobile homes are about $100,000 and double-wide mobile homes are about $150,000, plus a cooperative fee of $25,000, Mrs.
3 million Americans now living in mobile homes, with approximately 100,000 families joining this group each year.
THREE men have appeared at Kidderminster magistrates court in connection with arson attacks on mobile homes in Worcestershire.

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