What is a Manufactured Home Estate?

Manufactured Housing Estates offer affordable, relocatable housing to the the 55+ age group. Residents own their own homes and lease the land, paying an ongoing rent.

The homes are a far cry from the caravans of 30 years ago. Set within facilities-rich communities of like-minded people, the average manufactured home boasts all the mod cons, yet costs 50%* less than an equivalent home and land package.

By selling the family home and moving into an MHE community, cash poor pensioners are given the opportunity to free up equity, travel and enjoy the good life that comes with financial peace of mind.

*New homes start from $250,000. Median house price, Australian Capital Cities $580,000 source: RP data, July 2014

How the MHE Model Works

What is a Manufactured Home Estate?

A manufactured home estate is a community where the resident lives in a relocatable home

What is a Manufactured Home Estate?

Homeowners own their own home and lease the land upon which their home is located via a weekly site fee. The rent/site fee is paid to the land owner/operator.

What is a Manufactured Home Estate?

The rent/site fee covers: Management and maintenance of the community and associated facilities.

Benefits of Owning a Manufactured Home

Benefits of Owning a Manufactured Home

Financial Benefits

  • Ability to access Commonwealth Government Rental Assiatance
  • No stamp duty
  • No body corporate fees
  • No council fees
  • More affordable entry prices

Ownership

Homes are fully owned by the resident and can be modified or improved.

Legislation Provides Security

Homeowners are fully protected by Government legislation (eg. Residential Tenancy Act (Vic), Residential Land Lease Act (NSW)).

Future Investments

Affordable entry prices mean homeowners with sufficient equity in their old homes are able to downsize and use any excess money to fund the next stage of their lives.