Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Are You Tied Down to Your House?

Has your home become your house?  When the house seems larger and emptier than years ago it’s time to move to a new home that makes your life easier.
A home is more than just four walls and rooms that makes up a house.  It is the place we live, eat and sleep.  Our home is also the place we grow up and perhaps raise a family.  We create memories and traditions.  Moving seems like giving in.  But as our lives change, the place that was once our home becomes more of a burden than a joy.  The things we enjoyed and took pride in have become more laborious.  The extra rooms, the gardens, the grass and leaves, and the major projects like painting, roofing and driveways that need to be replaced are burdens we should consider giving up.
Especially at this time of year with nice weather, vacations and family gatherings, do you really want to be tied down to your old house?  Or are you ready to find a more practical home and place to enjoy new experiences, meet new friends and create new memories?
For many people a new home in a manufactured housing land lease community is the answer.  You can buy more house for less of an investment and lease a home site in a community where the staff does the heavy lifting for you.  You get to live in a home that is right-sized for what you now need and do away with as much of the work as you want.
Today’s manufactured homes can be as simple or as elaborate as you desire; the choice is yours.  The home designs have clean well-built lines and the interiors just sell themselves.  You can click here and see a two minute tour of a decorated model home that was sold to one of the first customers who saw it.  This home was built by the Commodore Corporation of PA and is located in Jensen’s Forest Hill community.
As you enjoy the summer and perhaps struggle with the maintenance that is required on your current house, start thinking about how you can get more out of life with a home that makes sense and more importantly is easier on your back, mind and wallet.
We would be glad to help you.
Kris Jensen III
Get in on the Good Life!®

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