Because of outdated notions about the quality of the houses, the communities where they’re located, and the people who live in them, some people consider manufactured homes a last resort, rather than a great choice.
New Hampshire's winter can be fierce. Homeowners should take precautions to protect their house and family.
With a little research and planning, community gardens in resident-owned communities can produce a bounty of vegetables.
An affordable-housing movement born in New Hampshire in 1984 is starting to crack the public's consciousness.
There's a lot of satisfaction in knowing that nearly 500 more households won't have to abandon or move their manufactured homes.
Over time, homeowners in resident-owned communities enjoy serious financial benefits, as well as secure housing.
When it comes to technical assistance, being available can be more helpful than being in attendance.
The path to resident ownership is familiar: listening, trusting, learning, researching, and finally, security.
A respected voice and advocate for low-income families promotes manufactured housing as a smart, affordable housing solution.
Students from 22 states got a close-up and personal look at life in New Hampshire's resident-owned manufactured-home communities.