Manufactured Homes Placed on a Leased Lot For Title I insured loans, borrowers are not required to purchase or own the land on which their manufactured home is placed.Instead borrowers may lease a lot, such as a site lot within a manufactured home community or mobile home park.Thanks for taking care of this, Life Lock."“THANK YOU! It made me feel thankful that someone was looking out for me.""Great Service""I have had Life Lock for several years with upgrading to Ultimate Plus within the past year.”"I was notified of fraudulent attempt to open a cell phone service in my name without my knowledge. They have thwarted attempts at my personal information twice in the past month.Title I manufactured home loans are not Federal Government loans or grants.The interest rate, which is negotiated between the borrower and the lender, is required to be fixed for the entire term of the loan, which is generally 20 years.
The home must be used as the principal residence of the borrower.
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