I am thinking about buying a travel trailer vs buying a manufactured home to live in. The town where I
am going to, the rent is simply too high and
the rental properties are in bad shape. It would be cheaper for me to live in a RV or a mobile home. I have read horrible stories from people getting new mobile homes, including walls falling apart, multiple problems with the builts as a result of manufacturing defects or damages caused during the transport.
I think a RV is probably better built, more sturdy, and may have better appliances. Is this true?
How long does a RV last? (if you live in it every day)
The only significant problem with the RV is that it is a lot smaller than a mobile home. But I don't mind if it is livable.
I would appreciate any comment from people who live in a RV full-time. What's your experience as compared to live in a brick home as far as daily routines go. Will I be better off
getting a manufacture home instead?
What specific brand of new RV should I buy given my intended purpose given above? I am looking at a 34 foot Menkenzie
Lakota travel trailer which I am going to get it from
Does anyone have any experience with the above model?
Does anyone have experience with the above wholesaler?
If I have to pay $2000 more, should I get it from a local dealer?
Any bad experience with the above wholesaler?