New Jersey Paper Says ‘Mobile’ No More

The Press of Atlantic City ran a story recently encouraging readers to thing of manufactured housing as affordable rather than mobile. The newspaper calls the product “one of the few remaining means of comfortable yet affordable home ownership in New Jersey.”  The article refers to Atlantic Gardens in Egg Harbor, where new models begin at about $65,000. Residents at Atlantic Gardens own their own homes, but pay about $400 a month in land rent that also includes water, sewer, garbage pick-up, snow removal, property taxes and maintenance of the common areas. The article includes a quote from Joan Fittz, executive director of the New Jersey Manufactured Housing Association, who tells the reporter the term ‘mobile home’ is obsolete, as the buildings are no longer easily moved.
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