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We do things a little differently from the rest of the pack. We publish all of our floorplan prices online, and give you the options at cost. This allows you to build your dream home from the ground up, without having to worry about going over budget. We know our customers are price savvy, so we work to ensure you get the best deal on your prefab house.
This beautiful single wide comes with the following upgrades included! Thermal Zone 3 Wind Zone 1 OSB wrap 2.5 ton heat pump with disconnect Electric furnace 1/2 mo...View Home
This double wide comes with the following upgrades! Thermal Zone 3 Wind Zone 1 Smart panel siding 16' dormer 1/2 moon front door 8" kitchen sink Black fridge...View Home
Stunning home at an affordable price! The space you need with an amazing value! This 1152 square foot 3 bedroom/2 bath manufactured home offers comfortable l...View Home
Building a new home, or any construction project for that matter, is fraught with delays by its very nature. Why? Its like a juggling act, with 100 moving parts. Its simply not possible to account for the million different ways your project could be held up. So when it happens, dont worry! Not one project will go perfectly. One of the most common delays for a project is permits. When building real estate, local building departments require permits to construct a new building. In the permit they will require certain things, such as having a setback of 20 feet from the road. This is all in accordance with that particular city or towns laws. What happens is the permit will be applied for, they will point out something that needs to be brought into accordance with their law, and we modify according to their request. Rinse repeat. Not only is this common, but its actually quite a standard process. Another common delay is weather, you cant predict when itll rain on your property stopping the concrete from being poured or not, for obvious reasons. Delays are something you will need to be comfortable with before starting a new home project with a manufactured home.
How safe are Mobile Homes?
Modular and mobile homes are just as safe, if not safer, than traditional stick-built homes. While they are no more susceptible to wind, storm, or fire damage than stick-builds, modular homes are actually 50% less likely to experience a fire than regular homes.
Additionally, modular homes are often installed upon a permanent foundation system that is compliant with not only the construction code but also the manufacturer’s installation guidelines.
Another reason to go with Home Nation, is that we can find you financing for your prefab 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 Tahoka, 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.