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New resident

Pulaski, NY

#1 Feb 28, 2014
Being a new resident of the area and now renting which is throwing my money away and in quest for looking for a piece of land in which my options are being narrowed down would like to know if anyone has any experience with that cabin place that builds those cabins. Does anyone have one or live in one and are they allowed here. Where I come from they are very strict not to allow mobile homes. Where I am from they go by this universal code system. Information sought would be appreciated as my search continues and can break ground. Is there any land out there
Chateaugay resident

Saint Johnsville, NY

#2 Mar 13, 2014
New resident wrote:
Being a new resident of the area and now renting which is throwing my money away and in quest for looking for a piece of land in which my options are being narrowed down would like to know if anyone has any experience with that cabin place that builds those cabins. Does anyone have one or live in one and are they allowed here. Where I come from they are very strict not to allow mobile homes. Where I am from they go by this universal code system. Information sought would be appreciated as my search continues and can break ground. Is there any land out there
There are some good real estate agents in this area that will guide you through this process. If you are talking about those storage shed and modular type cabins I would say go with a better quality build. They may look nice however, look closer. The roof pitch isn't adequate for our harsh Winter months. They are not thick enough in their joist for enough adequate insulation for cold weather. You would be throwing your money right out the doors and windows paying for heat regardless of the size you choose. I would say go with a solid construction home built in the 50's and 60's or even 70's well maintained and put your sweat equity in something that old would be better off than something that looked nice that doesn't have the framing work to a quality older home. Those 1800's homes are still standing. I would say stay away from those amish quality type homes as they may look nice but not the real deal.

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