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Mobile homes for sale in Queens County, NY

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Queens County is one of NYC’s most well-known boroughs. Not only has it been home to many famous actors, actresses and musicians, it has its own unique personality and culture. Offering a wide variety of neighborhoods, enclaves and developments, you can find almost anything in Queens, which is perhaps why a mobile home in Queens County NY is so much in demand.

In this article we will look at Queens not just as a county but as a borough of NYC as well. We’ll explore the climate, its demographics and some neighborhoods where you may want to consider buying a mobile home.

History of Queens County New York

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The Dutch were the first Europeans to colonize Long Island and the land which would become present-day Queens County. In 1635 the New Netherland colony was formed and shortly thereafter in 1645 the colony of Vlissingen was formed. Vissingen would later go on to be known as Flushing, NY. English settlers living under Dutch law inhabited the colonies of Jamaica and Elmhurst, but in 1664 the entire area was under control of the British and renamed to New York.

On November 1, 1683, Queens County became a county along with Kings County (Brooklyn) and Richmond County (Staten Island).

There were five towns in Queens County in the late 17th and early 18th centuries – Flushing, Hempstead, Jamaica, Newton and Oyster Bay. Jamaica was originally the county seat. In 1898, Queens County and all of its cities were consolidated as a borough of NYC and all other municipal governments in the country were dissolved.

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Queens County Namesake

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This is actually a subject of debate for many historians. The Queen at the time of Queens County’s creation was Catherine of Braganza (formerly Princess Caterina of Portugal). Although the exact identity of the “queen” was never declared, there is also no other queen who the county could have been named after.

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Queens County is one of NYC’s most well-known boroughs. Not only has it been home to many famous actors, actresses and musicians, it has its own unique personality and culture. Offering a wide variety of neighborhoods, enclaves and developments, you can find almost anything in Queens, which is perhaps why a mobile home in Queens County NY is so much in demand.

In this article we will look at Queens not just as a county but as a borough of NYC as well. We’ll explore the climate, its demographics and some neighborhoods where you may want to consider buying a mobile home.

Queens County, NY Demographics

Population
The 2020 US Census saw 2,305,464 people living in Queens County. This was an increase of 7.8% from the 2020 US Census. Representing a total of more than 1/10 of the total population of NY State, this number secures Queens County’s status as the 2nd largest NYC borough by population. The first is Brooklyn. Therefore, there are plenty of good opportunities for mobile homes in Queens County NY.

Household income
The average household income in Queens County is $68,666. The average individual income is $31,992. The median annual household income is closer to $73,000.

Education
In 2019, 8,806 men received university or college degrees in Queens County, NY, compared to 12,642 women graduates.

Average salary
The average salary for men in Queens County is just under $86,000 per year, while on average women earn around $67,000 per year.

Climate
Just like the rest of Long Island, Queens County has a humid subtropical climate. Located right on the Atlantic Ocean, Queens County temperatures don’t drop far below freezing in the winter, and the temperature remains cool during the summer. The Appalachian Mountains shield Long Island from some of the heaviest weather coming from the inland. It is because of the stability of its climate that mobile homes for sale in Queens County have always asked a fair market price.

With no real “rainy” or “dry” seasons, precipitation falls throughout the year in Queens County with an average of about 45 inches of rain and snow per year. In any given year, there will only be 44 days of moderate or heavy rain, and 22 days with snow.

Summers are lovely in Queens County with a typical season seeing 17 days of sunshine with a high temperature above 90F. The highest temperature ever recorded in Queens was in 1966 at 107F. The lowest was in boht 1963 and 1985 at -19F.

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Why should you buy a mobile home in Queens County, NY?

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Queens County NY is very popular for home buying recently, and in particular, mobile homes, due to the recent COVID pandemic.

People have been looking to move out of densely populated boroughs and move to more traditional and mobile homes. As mobile homes are not common in Manhattan, Queens has plenty. People want to move to Queens for personal space, fresh air and some nature in their lives.

As a cultural hub of NYC, Queens has many things to see and do. A few must-see venues and attractions include the SculptureCenter, The Queens Museum of Art, The Noguchi Museum, The Museum of the Moving Image, The Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning, Queens Botanical Garden, King Manor, The New York Hall of Science, The Hindu Temple Society of North America and The Afrikan Poetry Theater.

As the cultural heart of NYC, Queens is a great place for anyone looking to buy a mobile home. There are many events and attractions to choose from, including the Annual Queens County Fair, the Astoria Alive Street Festival, the Halloween Harvest Festival, the Lunar New Year Parade and Poseidon’s Parade.

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Is a Mobile Home In Queens County NY Right For You? Many people are flocking to Queens County right now to set up home. Due to its many beautiful neighborhoods and the amount of green space that many NY boroughs lack, Queens County is full of charm and gives its residents the quick access to NYC they need. So, considering everything you now know, can you see yourself living in Queens County, NY?

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