Articles for manufactured home owners

State Farm® helps manufactured and mobile home owners get the most out of the property and help understand the manufactured home insurance policy needs unique to them.

Manufactured and Mobile Home Safety

When it comes to wind, how does your manufactured home rate?

Beyond Trailers, Buying Modern Manufactured Homes

Buying a manufactured or modular home can be a confusing process, but using this guide from State Farm® can help decipher some of the mystery.

Additional articles for manufactured homeowners

Signing a Rental Lease: What You Need to Know

Make sure you ask the right landlord-tenant questions before signing your lease and moving in.

Be Ready For Move In Day

Have all your moving questions answered by your landlord before your move in day.

Watch Out for These Household Electrical Hazards

What are some different residential electrical hazards?

Wind Mitigation To Prepare for Storm Damage

Wind is an unpredictable element that can threaten your home and safety. But there are steps you can take to help increase your safety.

Home Security and Burglar Alarm Systems

Security and burglar alarms systems help deter burglars and protect your home. Learn more about monitored systems and security alarms.

Can You Negotiate Rent?

There's more wiggle room for negotiating rent than some people assume. Consider our tips for negotiating apartment rent.

Rent, Security Deposits, and Fees: What you need to ask

Rent, initial deposits, and fees can sometimes get tricky if they haven't been discussed with your landlord.

Safer Door Hinges to Make Your Home More Secure

There is a connection between door hinges and home security. Certain door hinge designs may help keep your home secure.

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