Mountain View Estates - A Beautiful Place to Live

We meet the nicest people when we are looking for communities and homes to talk about here. Recently on LinkedIn a gentleman wrote some wonderful remarks on why he is so passionate about factory built housing and land lease communities. With his permission we'd like to share some of his remarks here.

David Roden is president of Mountain View Estates - a beautiful community in Northwest Georgia. He truly understands this lifestyle because he not only owns a community, he lives in one.  David shared "we also live in our own community, as do my parents. We walk the walk and talk the talk."

David shared what the new homes he sells in his community can include: I'm going to continue to order homes that are very well insulated, Energy Star appliances, insulated double pane tilt in windows, eave venting with Ridge Vents to let the hot air out. The lower the utility bills for my resident, the better the word of mouth will be at church and the ball fields to friends and family. I like the vinyl in the main traffic flow areas and carpet in the bedrooms, eliminating worn out carpet to replace, lower dust and allergies, etc. I let our potential residents know that the wiring, carpet, 2x4's, asphalt shingles, vinyl siding, appliances, and more are the same material their site built home has, but our industry buys in bulk and that helps lower the price. Then, the home is never rained or snowed on during construction- no moisture or mold. Inspections at every station, PEX with cut-offs, then hook to it and drive it down the road at 60 MPH and if the home can hold together for all that, it must be a well built home.

An example of the beautiful homes available at Mountain View is this beautiful home with 2 master suites and a "Miss Kay's Kitchen". The home is built by Clayton Homes so you know it will be filled with lots of great features and value.

It's people like David and communities like Mountain View Estates that make us really excited about the future of factory built housing.

Suzanne FelberComment