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What is the difference between a manufactured HUD home and a modular home?
Manufactured homes are constructed in accordance with building codes set by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). All manufactured homes are built on a permanent chassis and each section will have a certification label. State code modular homes are built to the same state and local codes as site-built homes. Modular homes will be set on a permanent foundation.
What site improvements do I need before the home is delivered?
All utilities should be run to the foundation of where the home will set. We will make all connections after the home is delivered. Site access is also incredibly important! If you have any questions or need assistance with site improvements it would be our pleasure to help.
How long does the process take once the home is delivered?
Every site and home is unique but you can expect our crew to begin work the same day the home is set. Utilities and weather will play a large role in when we can finish your new home.
Do you have financing options available?
At Premier Homes we have relationships with lenders across the region that are ready and willing to help our customers. We are happy to get you pointed in the right direction!
What is typically included in the home package?
Your modular and sectional home packages includes state tax, delivery, set up, central air, foundation, rough backfill, gutters and downspouts.
Your single-section homes include delivery, set up, central air and skirting.
Can I customize my home?
Yes! You will be able to make lots of choices with cabinets, countertops, flooring colors, etc. In modular homes you will have more extensive options such as adjusting structural layout.
Will someone come look at the site before we purchase?
Yes, if there are any questions about your site we will be sure to have one of our representatives examine the property.
How early should I start the lending process?
When it comes to lending, earlier is always better but we understand that may be difficult. We will work with you to get your home on the schedule while financing is completed.