Looking for Texas mobile homes?
We would like to invite you to visit one of our locations to see what we have in stock. We’re so sure you’ll find something that you love, that we’ll pay for your fuel to drive out to us! We have locations across the country and are adding more every day. Dont miss out on the home of your dreams, pick up the phone and get a new home.
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
The main different between a double wide and a single wide is the size. A double wide is made up of two joint units, while a single wide consists of a single unit that is typically around 14 feet wide and between 32 and 76 feet long. Because of the difference in size and therefore also increased transportation costs, a double wide is going to be more expensive than a single wide. However, if a double wide is better suited to your family than a single wide, Home Nation offers several new and used double wide options to help make your new home as affordable as possible. No matter your budget, we will work with you to find the perfect double wide or single wide for your needs without breaking the bank.
How is a Modular Home different from a Mobile Home?
Although terms like “modular, “mobile,” and “manufactured” are often mistakenly used interchangeably, there are a few important differences between them. Let’s start with the term “manufactured.” A manufactured home is any home that is built inside a factory and then transported to its site. Our website is filled with manufactured home prices, and photos of double wides, so you should be able to easily find the perfect one. “Stick-built” homes, on the other hand, are built directly onsite.
So what does this mean for your home? In essence, when you buy a modular home, your state or even county will determine its building code, just like it would for a conventionally-built home. For this reason, a modular home is indistinguishable from a traditional stick-built home.
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 TX, 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 Crane, Texas, and need a local lender for manufactured homes in TX, we can help you out. Contact us today to find the perfect lender, and get you payments you can work with.