The housing market is out of control in the Tri-Cities today.

With all the new construction in the Tri-Cities, a new untapped market for buyers is mobile homes. Sure, mobile homes historically have had an unfair stigma attached. However, today they're a more appealing option, as they're more affordable and the newer models feature more classy fixtures and amenities.

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If you're you're single, or a couple, and space is not an absolute must, going this route can prevent you from going house-broke. You can travel, see the world, dine out more often, save for your retirement or your dream car. Never worry about bills again, if you play it smart.

Tri-Cities' Cheapest Mobile Home Could Be More Glamorous Than My House

In an insane Tri-Cities housing market, it can be difficult to find something that works for you while fitting within your budget. If space isn't a necessity, here's a home that will change your mind about mobile homes. I'm not kidding when I say, "It's fancier than my house!" For $69K, you might rethink your home situation.

See Inside: Amazing $3.5 Million Dollar Home in West Pasco

Valued at $3.5 Million+ this incredible 7656 sq. ft. riverfront estate in Pasco is perfect for family gatherings, large parties, or as a private oasis. It includes a private owner's suite and two guest suites. If you can afford this home, you can afford to heat the pool all year round and have a full-time butler. Scroll down and see inside.

Texas' Housing Market Will Make You Want to Move Away From Tri-Cities

The housing market in Tri-Cities is insane. Forget just Kennewick, Pasco, and Richland! Even houses in Prosser and Benton City are going high! It's so crazy, my family members moving to Tri-Cities have been seriously downgrading. Take a look at my in-laws' home they sold in Texas. It has five bedrooms, three full bathrooms, two half bathrooms, it's over 4,000 square feet, PLUS it has an in-ground heated pool that's enclosed to keep the bugs out. How much would you pay for it? It sold for less than $450,000.

This house in Kennewick sold for more money, had half the square footage, NO pool, and had far fewer bedrooms and bathrooms. Do you get where I'm going with this? Let's take a look inside my in-laws' former home and cry over a bowl of Ben & Jerry's ice cream.