Mobile Home Living in the Press

Mobile Home Living and its creator Crystal Adkins have been mentioned, interviewed, linked, and used as an expert reference by respected companies like Better Homes & Gardens, The Spruce, State Farm, and both federal and state government agencies. We’ve collected a few below:

Crystal Adkins, Manufactured Home Expert for The Spruce

The Spruce is one of the largest lifestyle brands online and is owned by DotDash Meredith the publishers behind some of my favorite brands like Better Homes and Gardens, Magnolia, Travel+Leisure, Real Simple, and many more. When they reached out to ask me to be their manufactured housing expert I jumped at the chance.

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Articles written by Crystal Adkins for The Spruce:

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Crystal Adkins Biography for The Spruce

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Envato Design Tuts+ Interview: Meet Crystal Adkins

I used Envato’s Tuts+ website to learn more about web design and development when first starting Mobile Home Living and they wrote about it.

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Curbed’s Interview for Mobile Homeland

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Curbed published ‘Mobile Homeland,’ an informative and entertaining article about mobile homes in 2017 by writer Sarah Baird. There’s a few quotes of mine used in the piece like this one:

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Whatever you call it—mobile home, trailer park, manufactured housing—the retro living module is undergoing a renaissance

Mobile Homeland by Sarah Baird

Crystal Adkins, the blogger behind Mobile Home Living. “The industry needs to focus on improving themselves and offering the best product at the best price possible and stop worrying about a term used by the people living in them or buying them.

You can read the Curbed article here.


Freddie Mac Reports

Washington Journal of Social & Environmental Justice: Too Hot to Handle: Curbing Mobile Home Heat Deaths in a Warming Climate

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https://www.uclalawreview.org/protecting-mobile-homes-as-affordable-housing/