If you wind up living in Arkansas as a new resident, then you have to choose where to live and what kind of Arkansas housing you have to live in. Many from outside the state don’t always have a high opinion of the state, thinking it a small, quiet, rural place. It’s true that a lot of the state is just like that, but that can actually be just what many people want. However, it doesn’t have to be the case for you.
Residents of Arkansas are often portrayed in the media, TV, and movies as people living in mobile home parks. However, this is not all that derogatory a thing when done right. Many mobile homes have interiors that are just as nice as permanent homes to the point that you can’t tell the difference when inside them. It’s a very affordable way to live, where someone can rent a little lot of land and pay a mortgage on a mobile home for less than renting an apartment would cost, making the most of their income.
Permanent homes are of course in abundance here, and you can choose from a variety of environments. If you like a college town and are a fan of the Razorbacks in their many sports, then that’s a place to consider being near. If you want urban amenities and lifestyle, then West Memphis is the place to be. if you have the money (and a boat) you can set up on the banks of the Mississippi or many other rivers flowing through the state. You can even enjoy mountain views and elevations in one of the two ranges crossing the Natural State.
Arkansas housing is often detached homes and apartments, but there are other possibilities, be it mobile homes, tiny homes, townhomes, condos, or just extended-stay facilities.