Residental Park Home Or Holiday Home?

A lot of people don’t know this but there is a clear difference between a residential park home and a holiday home.park home vs residential home

One of the main differences between a holiday home and a residential park home is the amount of time you can occupy the property for.

This might not sound like a major difference but the important thing to note is that park homes are built for long term residence and are of great residential standards. This means that they are insulated and built to last for the long term throughout the time people live there, similar to a brick home.

Weybourne-exteriorYou can occupy a park home for as many months as you like which means that you have the freedom to occupy it and live in it at your own free will. You also have the freedom to sell it whenever you like. Static caravans on the other hand are a different story, despite the fact that they are also manufactured with great standards, they are not made for people to live in every day of the year.

question_markA common question that a lot of people have when it comes to residential park homes or holiday homes is which one is the right choice for them? This question really doesn’t have any right or wrong answer, it totally depends on your choice and preference and the amount of time you intend to spend in that particular place.

If you just want a property on the side that you will be using when only going for holidays then a static caravan or a holiday home is the perfect choice for you but if you plan to use it as your primary home then a residential park home is the more sensible option for you.

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