New Homes Now Available at Californian Mobile Home Park in Hemet
Between escalating interest rates and the lack of affordability and inventory of housing in California, manufactured homes are more popular than ever.
Today’s manufactured homes are desirable not just for their affordability, but they feature quality construction built to HUD code, designer finishes, and fixtures, along with amenities such as interior laundry rooms, porches, attached garages, and more. The low-maintenance lifestyle of manufactured home living is also attractive to many people.
HomeQuest can assist shoppers who are looking for alternatives to traditional site-built homes by finding them new homes in communities throughout the state. Every month, HomeQuest works with mobile home community owners to update their parks with new modern homes, and even renovate community amenities.
Adding new homes keeps these communities fresh by replacing aging homes. Redeveloping a park is also vital to elevating home values and pride of ownership, as well as increasing the ROI for property owners.
One of the manufactured home communities that HomeQuest is currently working with is Californian Mobile Home Park, an all-ages community in Hemet. HomeQuest recently delivered three new homes which all offer three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Located at 1150 North Kirby Street, this quiet and well-maintained mobile home park features spacious lots; two sparkling pools; a Jacuzzi; a clubhouse with a full kitchen, pool table, and game room; a gated playground; and a basketball court.
Built in 1973, Californian is a quiet, safe neighborhood located in the San Jacinto Valley in Riverside County. The community is professionally managed by J & H Asset Property Management, one of the largest and most experienced companies in the asset property management industry. A sister company to HomeQuest, the two companies provide the highest level of service to Californian Mobile Home Park and its residents.
Hemet residents enjoy a variety of shopping and dining along with movie theaters, community events, six large parks, Diamond Valley Lake, and a convenient Metrolink station. Hemet is home to two museums and an outdoor amphitheater – The Hemet Museum focuses on local history, and the Western Science Center, features exhibits of Ice Age mammals. The Ramona Bowl is a natural amphitheater located in the nearby Riverside County foothills.
To learn more about purchasing a new or existing home at Californian or any manufactured home community, reach out to us here at HomeQuest.