My home. Eight letters and just two words, looks simple and straightforward right? Well, maybe not as simple as it looks.
Why you should consider Ohio
Despite looking so simple and straightforward, those two words have a lot of meaning and emotions attached to it. Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of traditional homes and modular homes, Ohio as a state, why you should consider Ohio to be your home, the kind of house to purchase and who you should purchase it from.
Things to Do in Ohio
Ohio has 74 state parks and admission into them is free of charge. Did you get that? Free of charge! This means you get to enjoy facilities such as fishing, beaches, trails, picnic areas everyday free of charge. This literally just feels too good to pass on. Some of the popular parks in the state include the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Hopewell Culture, National Historical Park, Wayne National Forest, Hocking Hills State Park, Maumee Bay State Park, and Salt Fork State Park. The state is also home to a number of mobile home parks. Ohio’s admirable infrastructure ensures its inhabitants are adequately catered for.
Buying a House in Ohio
Buying a House in Ohio
Purchasing a house in the United States is highly competitive these days, becoming harder and harder by the day. Therefore, buying a house becomes a delicate topic. There are different options when it comes to buying a house. There is the option of going for a traditional house or purchasing a manufactured home, otherwise known as modular or mobile home. Both options are good and attractive, but finance helps to tilt the balance towards modular homes.
The only difference between a modular home and manufactured home is that manufactured homes are built to the national HUD code while modular homes are built to all applicable state and local building codes. So, don’t be surprised if modular homes get called a manufactured home or mobile home. All aforementioned names will also be used interchangeably in this article.
Modular homes are residences built in a factory-controlled environment and then transported to the construction site once production is completed. Modular homes are the easiest and fastest to purchase and they can be designed or customized to perfectly fit your taste. They reduce construction time by no less than 35%, which means you get to move in earlier. They also offer the best prices that other options cannot match and you will also be getting a house that has proven to be more durable than an onsite constructed house.
Now that you have a clear understanding of what a modular home is and the advantages it has over other options, let's talk about where you should live. The United States is home to 50 states and Washington DC, which is the country’s capital. While all these states have their positives and negatives, there are a couple that stand out and Ohio is one of them.
Nicknamed the Buckeye state, Ohio got its name from Ohio River, whose name was also derived from a Iroquois word meaning “good river” or “large creek.” Ohio has a history that can be traced back to as far back as the 1700s, when the British took over Ohio following the French and Indian War in 1754. Britain eventually ceded control of the territory to the newly formed United States, which incorporated it into the Northwest territory. Ohio became a state on the 1st of March in 1803. However, this wasn’t made official until 1953, when President Dwight Eisenhower officially signed the documents making it a state, retroactive to the original date.
Ohio is home to nearly 11.8 million people (2010 census), which makes it the 7th most populous and tenth most densely populated state in the US. Its land mass of 116,096 square miles sees it ranked as the 34th among American states. Ohio is home to 88 counties with Columbus being the biggest and also chosen as the state capital. Bordered by Pennsylvania to the east, Lake Erie by the North, Indiana to the west, West Virginia to the southeast, Kentucky to the southwest, and Michigan to the northwest, Ohio is widely regarded as the heart of it all and its geographical location backs this statement up.
If you are already enthralled by the rich history and geographical location, I should probably tell you about Unreal Estate, a company that can make your relocation to Ohio a seamless one. Unreal Estate is a nationwide renowned company that can help you save literally thousands of dollars. The company helps you explore the alternative realities of where you might live and also bring it to life. Unreal Estate has modular homes for sale in Ohio and many other states. You can also make enquiries about specific counties, such as the modular homes for sale in Columbus Ohio, and mobile homes for sale in Marblehead, Ohio.
Before we go far into the brand to trust with your relocation, let's talk more about the beautiful state of Ohio and why it’s the best place for you to live in.
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