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Old 04-13-2008, 03:44 PM
 
Location: Plantation, FL
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Wondering if there are nice mobile home communities in the west Broward area? Middle-class families? Thanks!
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Old 04-13-2008, 04:45 PM
 
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A mobile home in south florida? that is just asking for trouble! If you want to live in a mobile home I would suggest looking at some places in central florida not south florida. Even a small hurricane can do some damage.
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Old 04-13-2008, 04:48 PM
 
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If you want to live in a mobile home I would suggest looking at some places in central florida not south florida. Even a small hurricane can do some damage.
How is that going to help? Are you naieve enough to think there is no risk of hurricanes in central FL? There was a time when South FL thought it was blessed by god because it hadn't been hit in years either. Even Orlando got slammed during the big season.

While I agree that you are asking for trouble to look for a mobile home in FLORIDA, there are several decent mobile home parks in Davie if you have to have a mobile home. Rexmere Village, Sunshine Village and Paradise Village don't let the riff raff in and have the added benefit of generally being in a nice area and better than average schools (depending on where you are moving from).
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Old 04-13-2008, 04:54 PM
 
Location: Plantation, FL
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Thank you -- that was the information I was looking for!
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Old 04-15-2008, 01:01 PM
 
Location: Boca Raton, FL but want Clayton, NC ASAP!
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How is that going to help? Are you naieve enough to think there is no risk of hurricanes in central FL? There was a time when South FL thought it was blessed by god because it hadn't been hit in years either. Even Orlando got slammed during the big season.

While I agree that you are asking for trouble to look for a mobile home in FLORIDA, there are several decent mobile home parks in Davie if you have to have a mobile home. Rexmere Village, Sunshine Village and Paradise Village don't let the riff raff in and have the added benefit of generally being in a nice area and better than average schools (depending on where you are moving from).
These were the same ones I was going to recommend. I have a couple friends that live in Rexmere and they seem satisfied.
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Old 04-15-2008, 04:04 PM
 
Location: Miami
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Wondering if there are nice mobile home communities in the west Broward area? Middle-class families? Thanks!
Please do not move into a mobile home park, especially if you have kids. Rent or buy a townhouse, condo, duplex, but don't move your family into a mobile home park. Yes there are some nice ones in Broward, but if a hurricane comes, those people are the first to have mandatory evacuations put in place. If you move into a concrete building like a townhouse you, your family and your stuff will be much better off than in a mobile home park. Please do not move into one for your sake. Think about losing everything and starting over if a hurricane or tornado (which are part of hurricanes) hits your mobile home.
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