It dose have lot to do with the occupant. A good friend used on while he made repairs to his home, it was in the same shape when he returned it as when received it. It was as much trouble to get rid of as it was to get it.
I live near a large golf course which had just been closed it was proposed to place several thousand trailers on the course, which was squashed.
The road behind our subdivision runs by the golf course and the golf course homes. A section of land was leased by FEMA to place trailers on, the site was graded, sewer and power put in and apx 20 trailers were sited, the home owners raised such a stink they were never occupied. The trailers set for 6 months sinking in the mud with a 24 hour security guard sleeping in his car before they were moved and the site graded and seeded. The whole time stories on the news every night about needed people needing trailers. FEMA at work.
Here is a link to a news story about a FEMA security guard shot in the face the other night at one of the trailer sites.
Guard Killed At Gentilly FEMA Trailer Park - News
FEMA Trailer fire:
Woman Hurt In Kenner FEMA Trailer Fire - News
FEMA Trailer Arson: Mother and 2 Children killed.
Man Arrested In Fatal Tangipahoa Trailer Fire - News
FEMA at work.
I just heard on the National News that FEMA can't get trailers to the sites hit by the last round of tornadoes even the trailers are stored a few miles away.