Can Someone Put Temporary RV Housing on Their Own Property?

When people have to temporarily move out of their own homes due to disaster or renovations, they always want to minimize the amount of change they are experiencing. Living in a completely different location, such as a hotel, motel, or short-term rental, causes the person to have to change almost everything about how they live. From only having a small selection of their wardrobe available to having to take a completely different, and sometimes longer, commute to work, there is so much that must change to accommodate living in a new location, even for just a little while. Those changes aren’t just inconveniences either…when insurance is paying for the relocation, those changes in routine can actually increase the expense of the claim.

RV Housing Group has the Solution

So how does RV Housing Group fix this issue? We eliminate all that unnecessary change by allowing people to stay on their own property. How? Well, we deliver and set up our RVs using the existing utility hookups on their property. This way, they’re able to live and work in as similar a situation to what they are used to as possible.

Temporary RV Housing Cuts Costs

Not only does this method minimize change for the displaced person or family, but it also cuts costs for payers. Insurance companies can greatly benefit from not having to reimburse clients for extra mileage and expenses related to living in traditional temporary housing options. Government and charitable organizations can also benefit by not having to pay for land or space to host shelters after disasters. This can drastically reduce the budget required for these events, which are often funded by tax dollars or donations.

RV Temporary Housing Solutions Available Nationwide

No matter why you need temporary housing, RVs from RV Housing Group is a safe, comfortable, and affordable solution that can be set up right on your own property. Give us a call at (800) 656-8706 or request a quote online to find out how we can solve your temporary housing issues while minimizing change and enhancing value.