Welcome to Your New Home
Whether you are a first time home buyer, exploring housing options for your upcoming retirement, or meeting the demands of a growing family, you will find that a factory constructed home offers a wide range of creative and affordable options.
A manufactured home is designed to utilize every square foot of floor space, meet a stringent building code and maximize energy needs while providing you and your family with all of the durability, function and comfort you expect for your housing dollar.
A home of your own. A home that fits your lifestyle and budget.
The Florida Manufactured Housing Association has a variety of resources, including a Home Buying Guide, to help you find the right Florida manufactured home for you. You’ll find information on the benefits of manufactured homes, manufactured home communities, home builders, financing and more.
Florida may be the ideal place to kick back and relax, but it’s also home to exciting events year-round! Take a look at FMHA’s 2015 Florida calendar, and see why living here can put you right in the action.
Daytona 500 – February 22, 2015
Do you have the need? The need for speed, that is. Central Florida is home to the famous Daytona International Speedway and the fan-favorite NASCAR race, the Daytona 500.
After you’re done at the race track, stop by one of the nearby member communities. They’ll show you how to merge an active lifestyle with easygoing living when you schedule a tour.
Are you searching for an efficient living solution? Manufactured homes are designed to be sustainable, making your housing commitment a timely and conservative investment.
Manufactured home construction creates less waste than a typical site-built project. Homes are built through a carefully executed assembly line to ensure efficiency and accuracy.
Builders pre-plan each model and know the amount of materials needed for each home. With this knowledge, construction items are purchased in volume so they can build several homes at once. Unlike site-built home contractors, manufacturers can recycle excess materials and apply them directly to the construction of other homes, cutting costs and ensuring minimal waste of resources.