As with all housing, location is one of the first steps in establishing the true cost of buying a park home.
Similar to the housing industry, homes located in the south are typically more expensive than those situated further north. Parks near the coast or by rivers and lakes also typically carry a premium, as do parks in areas of natural beauty such as Devon, Cornwall or the Lake District. We advise extensive research is made prior to choosing your home.
Location is one of the first steps in establishing the true cost of buying a park home.
Consider local amenities and transport connections, whether the park is quiet or lively, and any restrictions the park may have. After all, you'll be living there so consider all of the things you would if you were moving house.
Once you've found your park, make an appointment with the park either through us or with the park to make sure it has pitches available to place your home and suits your personal budget requirements.
Working closely with our team and the park owner, you can design your home from our carefully selected range and tailor the design to suit your exact requirements. Even though the purchase has to be made through the park, we will be with you every step of the way. If you have a house to part exchange, simply speak with the park owner to see if they can help with this.
You can design your own home and tailor it to suit your exact requirements
Parks will work closely with you to enable the move as smooth and as stress free as possible. Your home will have been designed, scheduled for production and you will have been given a delivery date - all you have to do now is prepare to move in!
All you have to do now is prepare to move in!