You can pay more, but why? Home Nation is proud to bring you brand new mobile homes at a fraction of the cost you'll find elsewhere. We do this by negotiating with factories to secure the best prices available and passing those savings onto you. No middle man costs, no retail margins, no crazy showroom overhead. Just factory-direct, amazing prices, on every mobile home we sell.
Buying a new mobile home can be confusing, but it doesn't have to be. With 20 years of experience, our family-owned, independent dealership has been helping people - just like you - get the manufactured home they deserve. Not pushy, always supportive, our people are committed to delivering you the best customer service in the industry. We've done it for hundreds of satisfied customers and we'd love to do it for you, too.
We sell hundreds of HUD compliant, fully coded HUD homes every year and ship them all over the country. From single wides and double wides to modulars and park homes, we offer the best floorplan variety at an affordable price. Our mobile homes are precision built and delivered direct from the factory giving you the "new home" experience at a fraction of the cost of a site-built home.
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We work with some of the most flexible manufacturers in the country to offer you virtually limitless customization. Change the floorplan, select the colors and finishes, add a kitchen island or a whirlpool tub. We aim to offer you more options, more flexibility and more home for your money than anyone else in the industry.
We have hand selected an exclusive range of design-forward features that we believe provide maximum comfort in your new manufactured home. Other companies would charge you thousands for these upgrades, we don't. Remeber, when you're shopping with Home Nation, you're SAVING!
"...it is hard to put into words what I have been through trying to get [a] home. I thank god that I found you and that you took all the time to get me where I need to be. I can't forget Kyle, when I talked to him, he was right with you on getting it done. Again, thank you for putting up with me and helping my family go home, you're simply the best!" Read More about Kim
Kim - Peoria, Illinois
"We had a Roosevelt built and delivered to Lake Gage three weeks ago. After shopping another dealer, I was talked into calling Scott and talking to him about a home. Smartest call I made during the entire process! After racking up over $4,100 in "upgrades" with the competitor we only had $600 with Home Nation because of the quality of your homes! These homes are built so much better." Read More about Chris
Chris - Fort Wayne, Indiana
We are a national dealer of Manufactured (aka Mobile) and Modular homes. We offer factory direct pricing that simply cannot be offered elsewhere (we encourage you to compare!).
Based in the Midwest, we have grown our family business by focusing on excellent customer service. We're with you every step of the way, from financing your new mobile home to delivery and setting. We have countless past customers that can attest to our attention to detail and stellar support. See our testimonials!
From single wides, double wides, modulars, to park homes, we have it all at an affordable price. Between our hundreds of hand selected floorplans, we know we've got what you need. Our floorplan variety with craftmanship and quality of homes is truly a winning combination. The Home Nation Story
The main difference between a Manufactured home (aka "MOBILE home") and a MODULAR home is the building code the home is constructed and certified under. A Modular home is built to the exact same State building code that any site built home is built to in any particular State. The Mobile home, on the other hand, is built to the national "HUD" code. The HUD code was developed in the 70's to standardize all Mobile homes built anywhere in the country - after which they were known as "Manufactured" homes... Mobile vs Modular
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