When only a custom-built home will meet your needs, you can get the home of your dreams for less by choosing modular. But modular homes still require much of the same pre-build consideration and work. Here’s a quick 3-step guide to preparing for new modular home construction.
Construction on your new modular home cannot begin until financing is solidified. So that’s the first step—securing a home loan from a reliable lender. Be sure to ask about opportunities available for first-time homebuyers and veterans.
Having financing in place will define your budget, so you know what types of customizations you can afford.
Creating a house plan has two parts:
Developing a house plan first by yourselves and then with your builder is very important so that your builder knows how to customize your modular home and you have realistic expectations in light of your budget, structural issues, safety codes, etc.
Although modular homes take less time to build than conventional homes because they are not subject to weather delays, not every feature needs to be decided before construction starts. However, to ensure your modular home construction stays on schedule, ask your builder when you have to have certain feature selected, including:
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