Manufactured homes in Arizona are churned out on a yearly to biannual basis. What this means to the consumer is that the previous Arizona park models for sale have to be moved out and off the display lot to make room for the newer models. It's a lot like buying a car; if you wait long enough, you get a better deal on the model you want.
This is advantageous for two reasons, at least. One, you don't have to worry about not having a place to park the manufactured home right away. Two, you can buy your land first and save a little extra up to buy the house or plan for additions, like a garage, later. Once the newer models start moving onto the lot, you're already prepared to buy one of the older Arizona park models for sale. It's just smart home buying all around.
If you take this plan of action and run with it, you should start looking at models right away. Buying some land or finding a place to drop the manufactured home of your dreams should happen simultaneously. At least six months prior to the time you plan on purchasing the home you should have land or a rental plot all set to go. Some people save thousands of dollars on a new home by working things out this way and planning in advance. Share