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Mobile-Manufactured Home Cost Estimator - …

Mobile-Manufactured home cost Estimator Insured _____ Date _____. Date Purchased _____ cost $_____ CLASS: I II III IV V. Policy No _____ CONDITION AND REMAINING LIFE. Age of home : _____ Years Estimated Market Value _____. Condition: Excellent Good Average Base cost Tables Costs include delivery, set-up, utility and electrical hook-ups, hurricane foundation systems, and permits and fees. Costs reflect exterior dimensions of the unit excluding the hitch. CLASS I CLASS II CLASS III CLASS IV CLASS V. BASIC ECONOMY AVERAGE CUSTOM DELUXE. Price Per Price Per Price Per Price Per Price Per Living Area Square Foot Square Foot Square Foot Square Foot Square Foot 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 950 1000 1050 1100 1150 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 2000 2100 2200 2300 2400 2500 2600 2700 2800 2900 Price Per Sq.

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1 Mobile-Manufactured home cost Estimator Insured _____ Date _____. Date Purchased _____ cost $_____ CLASS: I II III IV V. Policy No _____ CONDITION AND REMAINING LIFE. Age of home : _____ Years Estimated Market Value _____. Condition: Excellent Good Average Base cost Tables Costs include delivery, set-up, utility and electrical hook-ups, hurricane foundation systems, and permits and fees. Costs reflect exterior dimensions of the unit excluding the hitch. CLASS I CLASS II CLASS III CLASS IV CLASS V. BASIC ECONOMY AVERAGE CUSTOM DELUXE. Price Per Price Per Price Per Price Per Price Per Living Area Square Foot Square Foot Square Foot Square Foot Square Foot 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 950 1000 1050 1100 1150 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 2000 2100 2200 2300 2400 2500 2600 2700 2800 2900 Price Per Sq.

2 Ft. _____ x Sq. Ft. _____ = Base cost $ _____. Disclaimer: Irvin B. Green & Associates, Inc. does not in any way represent, warrant or guarantee to any person or entity using or relying upon the data as above presented, that the amount of coverage that may be determined by using these replacement cost values is adequate to repair or rebuild any specific building. Class Specifications The following specifications have been compiled to help you easily evaluate a residence, clearly differentiate the classes, and accurately choose the cost table. Compare the unit to the descriptions below. Note the necessary dimensions and record the appropriate additional features, age, and condition. If a residence has specifications of two classes a half class may be more appropriate. Select the cost table carefully; choosing the right base cost is crucial to the accuracy of the final cost estimate.

3 CLASS I CLASS II CLASS III CLASS IV CLASS V. Best described as Best described as Best described as Best described as Best described as basic single wide economy average. custom house like . unit Most often a Includes single- Well designed and Individually No exterior single wide unit wide and double- constructed designed floor ornamentation Usually no wide units Generally a plans Flat, steel roof awnings or exterior Usually includes double wide unit Removable Inexpensive or no ornamentation some awnings, Triple wides fit running gear skirting Steel or aluminum shutters, carport easily into this Extensive exterior Few windows siding often set or porch covers, category trim and shutters which are small vertically with a and porches or Shutters and Painted, Plastic interior trim colored cap decks.

4 Plenty of exterior wallpapered and and fixtures Simple steps Horizontal trim hardwood interior Minimal living area Plain skirting aluminum or wood Siding is similar to walls One full bath Steel roof siding is common that of a Siding is similar to If built before 1976, coverings, possibly Average or better conventional that of a may not meet asphalt shingles in skirting is used as house. conventional current building newer models an ornamentation Skirting is good house and is codes Flat or slightly rather than a quality and extended to the pitched roofs cover decorative ground Few windows, Steel or asphalt Asphalt shingle Conventional which are usually shingle roof roof coverings house roof with small. coverings with a with overhangs, asphalt shake or 7' ceiling heights slight pitch usually soffits, gutters, slate shingle roof Plastic hardboard 3/12 and a pitch of covering interior wall Better quality 3/12 or 4/12.

5 A number of coverings steps, such as up A number of various sized Prefinished and overs windows of varied windows including particleboard Larger and more sizes, shapes, bay or picture cabinets house like and styles windows One full bath windows 8' ceiling heights 8' ceiling heights Very few built-ins, if 7'-8' ceiling height Painted and Two full baths with any Plastic hardboard wallpapered one adjacent to If built before wall coverings interior walls the master 1976, may not with some Two full baths with bedroom meet current wainscoting one adjacent to High quality building codes Prefinished the master hardwood and tile particleboard and bedroom flooring. real wood May have Kitchens include cabinets floorings of ceramic tile One or one and a expensive counters and half baths materials such as quality cabinetry Built ins include oak parquet or Built ins include garbage disposal, tile.

6 Garbage disposal, range, range Island kitchens range, range hood, and smoke and French hood, and smoke alarm. models alarm. Built ins include garbage disposal, range, range hood, and smoke alarm. Additional Features AIR CONDITIONING. Costs include the appropriate size ductwork and installation. Average cost Central $2,775. Heat Pump $3,325 = _____. SKIRTING. Costs include Installation. Average cost or cost per Lin. Ft. Aluminum Single-wide $1,175 $ x _____ Lin. Ft. Double-wide 1,350. Brick Single-wide 5,165 $ x _____ Lin. Ft. Double-wide 5,935. Concrete Block Single-wide 3,540 $ x _____ Lin. Ft. Double-wide 4,065. Fiberglass Single-wide 1,460 $ x _____ Lin. Ft. Double-wide 1,675. Steel Single-wide 845 $ x _____ Lin. Ft. Double-wide 970. Vinyl Single-wide 1,005 $ x _____ Lin. Ft. Double-wide 1,160 = _____.

7 PATIO OR CARPORT COVERS. Costs include aluminum frame, cover and installation. Average cost or cost Per Sq. Ft. Patio/Carport Covers $2,925 $ x _____ Sq. Ft. = _____. Average cost or cost Per Sq. Ft. UTILITY SHED $1,535 $ x _____ Sq. Ft. = _____. WINDOW OR DOOR AWNINGS. Costs include installation. Average cost cost Per or Fabric $270 $ x _____ Lin. Ft. = _____. Fixed Aluminum 355 $ x _____ Lin. Ft. = _____. PORCHES OR DECKS. Enclosed porches include framing, roofing, a foundation, exterior wall materials and windows, interior wall finishes and minimal electrical service. Open Porches or decks include a foundation, framing and railings. Costs include installation. Average cost or cost Per Sq. Ft. Glass or vinyl enclosed Aluminum $8,360 $ x _____ Sq. Ft. Raised Aluminum Screened porch 4,610 $ x _____ Sq.

8 Ft. Screened Aluminum or Wood 3,685 $ x _____ Sq. Ft. Platform Deck 2,180 $ x _____ Sq. Ft. = _____. ROOM ADDITIONS Average cost or cost Per Sq. Ft. Slide-out / Roll-out $2,085 $ x _____ Sq. Ft. Tip Out 2,580 $ x _____ Sq. Ft. Frame 9,215 $ x _____ Sq. Ft. Concrete block 12,240 $ x _____ Sq. Ft. = _____. ROOF STRUCTURES Average cost or cost Per Sq. Ft. Conventional Roof Single $7,200 $ x _____ Sq. Ft Double 10,490. Aluminum roof over Single 5,160 $ x _____ Sq. Ft = _____. Double 7,515. Total Additional Features = _____. Base cost (From 1st Page) = _____. RCN. Replacement cost New =. (Additional Features + Base cost ). Depreciation These factors combine the effects of age and observed conditions. Determine the unit's actual age, and then determine physical condition based on these definitions: Excellent The unit is in nearly perfect condition Good Though still attractive and useful, the unit shows signs of minor deterioration.

9 Average Normal wear and tear due to both climate and to deferred maintenance are apparent. The unit is not as attractive as a unit in good condition but obviously still useful. CLASS I. Effective 1-2 3-4 5-6 7-8 9-10 11-12 13-14 15-16 17-18 19-20 21-22 23-24 25. Age Excellent .99 .98 .96 .92 .85 .77 .69 .62 .54 .46 .39 .36 .35. Good .96 .95 .90 .83 .75 .67 .60 .52 .45 .35 .30 .25 .25. Average .96 .90 .84 .77 .70 .62 .54 .47 .39 .31 .24. CLASS II-III. Effective 1-2 3-4 5-6 8 9-10 11-12 13-14 15-16 17-18 19-20 21-23 24-26 29. Age Excellent .99 .98 .97 .95 .92 .86 .80 .74 .67 .60 .50 .40 .37. Good .98 .96 .92 .87 .82 .76 .70 .64 .57 .50 .40 .32 .27. Average .96 .93 .87 .82 .77 .71 .65 .59 .52 .44 .35 .25. CLASS IV-V. Effective Age 1-2 3-4 5-6 7-8 9-10 11-13 14-16 17-19 20-22 23-25 26-28 29-31 34.

10 Excellent .99 .98 .97 .96 .95 .89 .80 .72 .64 .55 .47 .43 .38. Good .98 .96 .96 .90 .85 .80 .70 .62 .55 .45 .37 .32 .28. Average .97 .94 .90 .86 .80 .74 .66 .57 .49 .40 .32 .28. RCNLD. Residual Factor _____ x RCN _____ =.


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