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Least Expensive Homes for Sale in Soquel, Aptos and Capitola

If you want to live in Capitola, Aptos or Soquel and you’re working on a tight budget, look here for the low cost homes.

According to the listings available on AOL Real Estate, the least expensive homes currently on the market in Soquel, Aptos and Capitola all have one thing in common: they’re mobile.

In Capitola, you can grab a one bedroom, one bathroom mobile home at 4425 Clares Street for $79,000.

You can own a two bedroom, two bathroom unit at 96 Leawood in Aptos for $129,000.  This doublewide is as big as a many homes with 1,440 square feet of living space, but you have to be a senior citizen to live there.

Soquel’s least expensive home is a mobile home located at 18 Pepperwood.  There are two bedrooms, two bathrooms and 1,440 square feet of living space.  This home is on the market for $125,000. 

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Kinyl May 06, 2013 at 05:23 PM
While mobile home living can be as nice and gracious as any home, the one problem I find with it is that, while one may own the structure, one does not own the land upon which it sits. Therefore, a rental payment is due every month, which defeats the entire purpose of owning a home. Those rental payments do not garner equity and are not tax deductible. My brother owned a 3-bedroom "manufactured home" (not called mobile home because it was not designed to be moved, although it had all the features of a "mobile home") which was in a community that was specifically designed for them. He purchased a 3/4-acre plot of land that was already prepared for utilities and had nice, paved streets, and then purchased a home and had it installed there. That is the only way to have a mobile or manufactured home!

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