Looking for Illinois mobile homes? Mobile Homes have traditionally been a very cheaply built and looked down upon type of housing, we understand that. Newsflash, its not the 60s anymore! Todays mobile homes are built in very exacting conditions, precision built by hundreds of workers on an assembly line with a dedication to design. To think that a mobile home is anything less than a state-of-the-art structure would be folly. In fact, todays manufactured home is actually MORE energy efficient than any stick built home being made today. And it really makes sense, stick-built homes cannot possibly compete with the accuracy that a factory can provide. So not only will you save gobs of cash by purchasing a new manufactured home, but youll save on your heating bill as well. Now thats what we call a win-win!
Come home to this beautiful 3 bedroom/2 bath double wide home everyday! This 3/2 large 1840 square foot manufactured home provides ample space to work, live and play in....View Home
For exceptional living at an affordable price, this beautiful double wide home is a fantastic option. This huge, 4 bedroom/2 bath 2330 square foot manufactured home offe...View Home
Also available as the Royal XL 32x56 Pictures show the home with drywall, the Double Wide version comes with wallboard, not drywall....View Home
One of the most common questions we get about double wides is, “What makes a manufactured home different from a stick-built home?” The primary difference between the two is that manufactured homes are built in a factory and then transported to your lot. Site-built or “stick-built” homes are constructed directly onsite. Because they are built in a factory setting, manufactured homes come along with a wide range of benefits. For one, they are cheaper to build and are therefore typically more affordable than traditional stick-built homes. Secondly, manufactured homes are not subjected to the elements such as rain, snow, and ice while they are being built, unlike conventional site-built homes. Finally, manufactured homes like single wides and double wides are moveable, which is one of the many reasons why people choose manufactured homes over a conventional build. It’s also important to note that, unlike the mobile homes of the past, today’s for sale manufactured homes are built to conform to the national Housing and Urban Development (HUD) code and are inspected, although they do not necessarily have to comply with local building codes. If you’re looking for a mobile home sale or a great mix of affordability and comfort, buying a double wide might make the most sense for you.
What are some of the best mobile homes for pet owners?
If you’ve got a furry friend, chances are, you’re going to want to take his needs into account when designing your new home. One of the best things about going with a manufactured home is that you can pick and choose which options and upgrades you’d like to include, and which to skip out on to save on costs. For pet owners, you might want to think about including these options in your design plans to help make Fido as happy as can be! They are,
Once your home is delivered and installed, you can add a fence around your backyard area, plant trees, or even build him a doghouse. That’s the beauty of owning your own home versus renting—you can make it your own!
Another reason to go with Home Nation, is that we can find you financing for your manufactured home. Most manufactured home dealers won't do this, instead leaving you to fund it yourself. We work closely with several lenders, and can make that process much easier. Just fill out the form on our Financing Page to see if you're eligible for one of our very competitive loans. If you're looking for mobile homes in IL, getting your home funded shouldn't be the obstacle between you and a new home, we can often finance our buyers, even with low credit scores.
If you're located in Mount Morris, Illinois, and need a local lender for manufactured homes in IL, we can help you out. Contact us today to find the perfect lender, and get you payments you can work with.