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Your forever home may be just a call away. Preferred Homes is a local, community-driven business that is passionate about providing exceptional, affordable homes to West Michigan families.




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Manufactured homes are built on their own steel frames and have their own wheels and axles for transportation. They can be placed on slabs or piers and offer some of the most square footage for your money.


Looking for an energy-efficient home? Preferred utilizes a few incredible Michigan- and Indiana-based manufacturers that enable homebuyers to customize a true dream home. Have questions or want to talk through the options? Preferred helps homebuyers with every step of the process. Our experts will answer all of your questions and help you make the right decisions.


Preferred works with transportation and delivery experts to make sure that your home arrives safely and on time. Our expert staff stays with you from design through to the transportation and placement of your home. Have questions anywhere along the way? Preferred will be there to answer them.


Have a lot in West Michigan? Want to place a modular home on private property? Or do you want the convenience of a community lot? Preferred Homes works with homebuyers interested in placing their homes on both private land and manufactured home communities. We can help you understand any zoning or other regulations that might affect your home or its placement on private lots or in communities.


All aspects of our process are created with customer satisfaction in mind. We want you to have an excellent experience as you design, buy, and build your new home. From financing to transportation to additional components like decks and garages, we are here to help you every step of the way.


Providing financing options is important to Preferred. We want to help you achieve your goals of homeownership. We can answer your questions about what financing is available to you, what you need to apply for, and how manufactured and modular homes may qualify for different financing.


Ready to see what a manufactured or modular home looks like? Join model tours 6 days of the week by scheduling your spot. Seeing the models in person can help ensure that you get a true feel for what your home will be like. Sign up today to tour models and find your dream home!


Preferred Homes is committed to bettering Michigan communities through not only beautiful, affordable homes but also through giving back to important organizations that focus on helping local families and children. Some of the organizations that Preferred supports help to ease food insecurity and homelessness right here in Michigan.


We absolutely love our home. We had a thunderstorm a couple of weeks ago and our dog is big time afraid and shakes, well we couldn't even hear the thunder in our house!!!!! I could not believe it. Built very solid.


I have personally know the founder, Kim Arnold, since the late 70's. You are not going to find a more honest person to deal with or to buy a home from. My family has been in the manufactured home business since 1961. We have always referred people to Preferred if and when they need something we can't help them with. They have hauled dozens of homes for us over the last 40 years. Always with a handshake and a smile. If your looking for a new manufactured home, go see the fine people at Preferred. Tell them Bill sent you.


"As we have been searching for a home for many months, it has been difficult fighting discouragement. I have been telling my family that the right house and the right people would happen in Gods time. We are truly blessed. Our prayers were answered! Thank you for everything, Wendy. We are very, very, very happy!"


My wife and I purchased a home from Preferred to place on land. The experience was fantastic and the home is beautiful. Everyone from the Sales person to the other office girls, Mary & Sherri, through the Set-up, Service, Drywall crews and the owner went above and beyond in every area! I would HIGHLY recommend Preferred to everyone I know and if we ever planned to move again we would order from Preferred and do it over again.


We are currently in the process of having our new home finished with Preferred Homes. It has been delivered and the outside has been put together and finished. We are still in the process of having the inside done. So far we are really happy with Preferred and all the crews that they have had do work for us. We would recommend purchasing from them. The sales staff was very helpful in dealing with the factory and us. We did a custom floor plan and they were very accommodating with the living arrangement we were looking for.


Totally amazing staff!!!! Homes were staged JUST LIKE HOME!!! Never seen anything other mobile home store like it!!!! Amazing place. Would definitely recommend. Thank you for your knowledgeable help!!!!!


The following information regarding manufactured and mobile home parks is general legal information. You may review the statutes involved at Oregon Revised Statutes Chapter 90, especially sections 90.505 to 90.840. The primary eviction statute for park tenancies is at ORS 90.630. Note that the rules for owners of floating homes renting a moorage in a marina are very similar, except with regard to closure of the marina.If you own a manufactured or mobile home and simply rent space in a mobile home park, you have certain rights when a landlord wants to evict you. These rights are different from those of mobile home owners who do not live in a mobile home park. They also differ from those of persons who rent both the space and the mobile home. If you rent both, you are treated as if you are an apartment tenant. The primary difference between apartment tenants and mobile home park tenants is that apartment tenants can be evicted without a good cause. (See information on Eviction Notices, Evictions and Residential Eviction Defenses.)A mobile home park may also be called a manufactured dwelling park. A mobile home park generally contains four or more spaces reserved for renting to owners of mobile homes. (Please note that this does not apply to owners of motorized campers or recreational vehicles.) The spaces sit on a parcel of land and are typically placed within 500 feet of each other. The spaces on this parcel of land are owned by the same owner or owners, who must intend to use the land to rent the space for a fee or other compensation.If you are a mobile home owner renting a space for your mobile home in a mobile home park, the landlord can evict you from the park only for good cause. This is true whether the rental agreement is for a month-to-month or a fixed term (commonly called a lease) tenancy. Even if your landlord has good cause, he or she may never use force to remove you or any other tenant. The landlord also may not shut off your utilities to force you to move. Only a sheriff, with a court order, can physically evict a tenant. A landlord usually gets a court order to do this by first filing a lawsuit for eviction. When the case is filed, the court clerk mails a copy of the papers to your home. A process server will also either hand them to you or attach them to your door. The papers will say when and where you must appear in court if you want to contest the eviction. If you do not appear, you will automatically lose the eviction suit and the county sheriff may force you to vacate the premise. If you do appear, you can ask for a trial and tell your side of the story. You are entitled, but not required, to retain a lawyer to represent you.A landlord would have good cause to evict you from his or her mobile home park for the following reasons:


Placing a manufactured home on your land allows you the freedom of home ownership without spending as much as you would for a site-built home. You cannot, though, place a manufactured home just anywhere. When installing a manufactured home, you must comply with federal laws, state laws, and local rules and regulations. Understanding these requirements in advance of buying both your land and your manufactured home will help avoid future headaches.


The federal standards assure that manufactured homes are quality built, durable, safe, and affordable. As a result, in Oregon, a manufacturer will comply with these construction and safety standards when building your manufactured home.


A home that complies with the HUD standards will have an insignia of compliance tag, which shows that it's ready for installation. Local jurisdictions may require proof that the manufactured home bears that insignia before allowing you to install your home.


Once you identify the piece of property you want to buy, speak with the local planning department to confirm that you can place a mobile home on it. Local governments regulate building and placement permits in light of the local zoning ordinance and building code.


Assuming a manufactured home can legally be placed on your property, you will also want to review the zoning ordinance. Look in particular at whether manufactured homes must be a minimum size (for example, 1,000 square feet), whether you must install skirting around the base, what roofing and siding material are allowed, and what other requirements apply to the installation of your manufactured home.


These requirements could impact what manufactured home you buy. For example, if your property is in a zone that allows only manufactured homes that are over 1,000 square feet, you do not want to buy one that is 800 square feet.


Talk to your local building department to determine what permits you will need before beginning to install your manufactured home. If you fail to do so, you might have to pay double fees or worse, have to remove your home if you discover it cannot lawfully be on your land.


Installation of manufactured dwellings in Oregon must be done in accordance with the Oregon Manufactured Dwelling Installation Specialty Code. A licensed installer should be familiar with its numerous technical requirements. Installers must be licensed to install manufactured homes through the Oregon Construction Contractors Board. 041b061a72


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