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Earth Advantage - Manufactured Homes as ADUs

Oregon CE 1.5 Hours Online Real Estate Development

A comprehensive look into manufactured homes as an affordable ADU option.

$15.00

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Price: $15.00 (USD)
Credit Hours: 1.5
Category: Vocational Training > Real Estate > Continuing Education > Oregon > Real Estate Development
Purpose: A comprehensive look into manufactured homes as an affordable ADU option
Features: Online Video, Printable Certificate

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Earth Advantage, Inc.
151 SW 1st Ave, Suite 300,
Portland, OR 97204
(503) 968-7160

Earth Advantage - Manufactured Homes as ADUs

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Credit Hours Provided: 1.5

Category: Real Estate Development

Join us for this special edition 1.5 hour training on the possibilities of manufactured homes as an affordable option for ADUs.

Manufactured Homes have been around for decades and have evolved with the times. They are banned in some jurisdictions from being an ADU due to legacy zoning codes. But, where they are allowed to be built and installed as ADUs, they offer an affordable and streamlined way to add one to a property. All of California allows for HUD manufactured homes as ADUs.

Join us to hear from one of the top teams in building manufactured homes as ADUs, Crest Backyard Homes based in the San Diego region, as they provide an overview of how this building type can meet the needs of homeowners looking for a relatively affordable, quick, prefab ADU option.

You will learn about the financing, appraisals, construction, and delivery of manufactured ADUs as a cost-effective housing solution.

This 1.5 hour class is designed for building professionals, architects, real estate, agents, contractors, developers, and anyone interested in implementing creative solutions in the growing ADU industry.

Learning Objectives

  • Understanding the basics of manufactured homes and their unique characteristics compared to traditional site-built and prefabricated homes.
  • Exploring the regulations and building codes for manufactured homes used as Accessory Dwelling Units.
  • Identifying the key factors to consider when considering a manufactured home as an ADU, including zoning requirements, financing options, and site preparation.
  • Comprehending the appraisal process for manufactured homes used as Accessory Dwelling Units, including the importance of location, condition, market trends, and cost analysis, and how these factors impact the final appraisal value.

Course Outline

Part 1

  • Introduction of instructors
  • Overview of manufactured homes
  • Why manufactured homes as ADUs is becoming more popular
  • Manufactured home policies
  • Categories of construction

Part 2

  • Manufactured home assembly and installation
  • Permitting
  • Site installation
  • Costs

Part 3

  • Other Costs
  • Economics of manufactured homes
  • Myths of manufactured homes

Part 4

  • Valuation of manufactured homes as ADUs
  • Financing ADUs

Part 5

  • Cash flow stick built vs HUD
  • Installation
  • Design

Course Presenters

Q&A WITH SPECIAL GUESTS
The recorded webinar will conclude with a 30-min Q&A session with our instructors:

Kol Peterson (Instructor)
Kol is on the Board of Casita Coalition and has extensive experience with ADUs starting from development to the technical and rules advisory committees for Oregon’s House Bill 2001 to help revise residential zoning regulations to allow for middle housing throughout the state. Kol is the owner of Accessory Dwelling Strategies LLC, a company dedicated to ADU related education, advocacy and consulting. 

John Arendsen, Contractor and Manufactured Home Dealer, Co-Founder of Crest Backyard Homes
John Arendsen is the co-founder of Crest Backyard Homes, a manufactured home dealer and contractor. John started his career in the manufactured home industry in 1967, assembling homes with his fellow college football teammates. John became a manufactured home dealer by default. Having worked in the disaster response business for a decade and having to remove and replace severely damaged and totaled mobile and manufactured homes the State demanded that he get a dealers license. It turned out to be a blessing in disguise. John has installed thousands of manufactured homes across the US in his almost 4 decades in the business. John also holds a California Real Estate Broker license and has been practicing real estate since 2007.

Lenska Bracknell, Project Manager - Crest Backyard Homes
Lenska brings decades of investing, construction, and real estate experience. She works diligently and relentlessly to keep any project on time and within budget. Her fixed wing and drone piloting skills yields very professional site overviews and evaluations for any ADU project from conception to completion.

This course will remain available to students for 365 days after enrollment.