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By Cindi Hagley, Prudential | Broker in San Ramon, CA
  • Modular Housing: Not what you think!

    Posted Under: Design & Decor in San Ramon  |  July 15, 2008 1:12 AM  |  790 views  |  4 comments
    Confused by the terms 'modular' and 'manufactured? Did you know that industrialized modular homes are built to the same building codes as traditional site-built housing? Added Bounes: A modular home is delivered to site about 90 percent completed and assembled within weeks, saving time, money, and aggravation.

    Modular construction offers numerous advantages over traditional or conventional building methods. With advancements in technology and a growing understanding and acceptance of the modular home, builders and developers can start marketing new homes to real estate consumers that are more affordable, built stronger, offer quicker delivery, and use less waste. Seems like a win-win waiting to happen.

    So the next time your Clampett cousins call from the midwest to brag about their new modular vacation home, don't be so quick to throw out those snappy one liners with the spouse and spawn over the dinner table. You may be pleasantly surprised if you actually stay with them during the next family reunion.

    Looking for a luxury modular home?
    Don't let the term "modular" conjure up visions of a double wide on a muddy mountain top with a 1953 Ford pickup on blocks in the front yard being used as a guest room. (Unless, of course, you're watching a Dolly Parton video in your boxer shorts sipping a Pabst Blue Ribbon...) Check out a modular home! You may be pleasantly surprised!

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