Inspected the interior of this home and found many workmanship problems. From inside the crawlspace a mfg. homes frame is seen in the front section with front and rear freestanding additions constructed adjacent which provides the interior/exterior partition walls. There has been a gable roof added and siding installed that gives the appearance of a fully constructed home. Overlook all the deficiencies and give me your opinion how to classify this dwelling. I classified it as a manufactured home with permenant additions on the front and rear. The realtor/seller states that its not a mfg. home and has been appraised in the past without being classified as a mfg. home. Bank financing is the problem.
So, if the mfg. homes walls/roof was removed and the steel framing/joists were used a a portion of the sub structure, would this still not be a mfg home? Your opinions will be appreciated and helpful.