Seller Response Time


When should I expect a response from the seller that I have contacted?


home through computer encourages the members on our site to respond to buyer contacts within 48 hours. However, you may want to allow additional time for the seller to respond. If the seller has provided a phone number as well as the option to send them a message, you may want to try both methods of contact.


In the meantime, we suggest that you continue your search for homes to optimize your experience. Our Ideal Home Search Alert allows you to select specific criteria that you are seeking in a home. This includes location, number of bedrooms, number of bathrooms, community type, and many other features. You are then sent an email when a home that matches your criteria is added to MHVillage.



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See a Home You Like on Take the Next Step!

I found a home that I am interested in on How can I get more information about the home? does not own or directly sell the homes on our site. You will want to contact the seller of the home. They have provided a phone number and/or an email option on their home listing page that you can use to reach out to them.

First, you will want to search for a home and go to it’s listing page. This will be the page that has all the information provided by the seller as well as photos of the home. Then, you will want to look for contact information to use to connect with the seller.Home for Sale

There are two ways to contact a seller. Below you will find tips on how to find and use these features.

Email: Email Seller button


To the right of the photos of the home on the listing, you will see a button that has an envelope icon and says “Email Seller.” Click this and a box will pop up. You will then want to include your contact information and you can add a short note. Information provided here will be sent directly to the seller.

Phone: View Phone # button


To find the seller’s phone number, you will want to scroll down the page until you see a heading in red that reads “Contact Information.” Click on the button that says “View Phone #” to reveal the number. You can then contact the seller directly via phone to ask more questions.

If a seller has provided a link to their website there will be a button above the “View Phone #” button that is marked as “Seller Website.” This may also provide you with additional forms of contact.cropped-mhvillage-registered-2012-11-banner.png

Good luck and happy hunting!

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“The First Thing I did is Read some Articles and Watch some Videos”

Screen Shot 2015-12-09 at 4.11.12 PMBY: L.A. ‘TONY’ KOVACH:
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VideoI often leave business cards with my tip at a restaurant, or hand a card to a clerk when checking out at a store. My card looks dramatically different – featuring QR Codes – so people with smart phones often check it out right on-the-spot. Others will later type in the web address, and then see all we share on popular Recently, a lady who got my card followed up. She started by saying, “The first thing I did when I got home was read some of your articles and watch some of your videos.” My reply was, what did you think? “I loved it. I had no idea that manufactured homes had come so far!” The enthusiasm in her voice was crystal clear. She explained that a friend of hers and she were both in the market, looking for new homes. I suggested they check out to find specific home-sellers in their market. She thanked me again, emphasizing how excited and proud she was to discover how great today’s manufactured homes truly are. The Take Away or Tip for Today is this. When you have a friend in the market for any kind of housing, one that needs to better understand today’s manufactured homes, suggest they check out the videos, articles and reports on You’ll both be glad you did!

MH Community Living – 3 Tips for Maximizing Your Home’s Value

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I began living in MH Communities in the mid-1980s. Previously, I’ve also owned and lived in brick veneer houses in nice and pretty expensive neighborhoods. Listen to the voice of experience: if you want to protect and grow your home’s value, think about these three facts.

  1. Location, location, location. Real estate agents say this is huge to your home’s value. The nicer neighborhood has more value than one that is poorly kept. Keep your home-site, steps, decks and the exterior of your home looking great. Help your neighbor, starting by example, to do the same. Even if you live in the nicest community in your area, never stop improving. It’s fun, builds community pride and adds value to your home by enhancing your curb appeal.
  2. When your community is full, values go higher. I always picked the nicest MH Community and the one that was the most full to buy or place my manufactured home in. If there are vacancies, help management fill them by referring friends, family and co-workers who are looking for a new place to live. When your MH Community is 100% full, the only way for someone else to get into that location is to buy an existing home! Supply and demand…that pushes MH values higher. By the way, the same is true for conventional housing in residential neighborhoods.
  3. What’s in a name? Plenty. Get in the habit of saying “manufactured home,” not “mobile home” or the “t-word.” Yes, “mobile home” is easier to say, but legally there have been no new mobile homes built in the U.S. since June 15,1976. When the federal manufactured home construction standards went into effect that day, there was big safety, quality and energy-savings improvements. Apples-to-apples, a manufactured home is worth more money than a mobile home. So if your home was built in or since since that 1976 date, get in the habit of calling it what it is. Ask yourself this question. If you needed to sell your home some day, which would bring you more money? A “trailer,” a “mobile home,” or a “manufactured home”? Which sounds classier?

Enough said for today!

You live better when your home costs you less. Enjoy your home and community!

LATonyKovach-Louisville-2015-mhpronews-com-275x156L.A. “Tony” Kovach is the editor of and the host for Inside MH video interviews, featuring real home owners and experts. Check out, and share it with others.

Facts Melt False Fears!

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Usually, you get what you pay for; so when you pay more, you tend to get something better. That rule has its exception in modern manufactured homes. You save money because of the time saved and volume buying savings you get on anything made in a factory. A car built in your driveway would cost more than a car built in a factory. That same principle applies to today’s manufactured homes. Want to hear from experts and actual home manufactured home owners? Check out the video interviews, video home and factory tours and expert articles on If your like millions of others, the facts will melt false fears and concerns!