Fred & Debra…, Both Buyer and Seller in 81054

Our Family is looking to make a whole family move to GrandJunction, we would like something with a little

Asked by Fred & Debra Maes, 81054 Wed Jan 30, 2008

land . If property too expensive how easy would it be to get a modular to a site out of town and do hook up?

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Hello Debbie, I'm currently working with someone who has 2 small acreage lots that would take a modular. One has an old home that the owner would tear down. There is a high possibility that the owner would carry the note for a couple of years with low down. We have already inquired regarding the terms. Please feel free to contact me and we can discuss possibilities.

Laureen Gutierrez lgutierrez@graystonegroupinc.com
Graystone Group 970-261-0778
Grand Junction CO
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Mar 16, 2011
How exciting! You will absolutely love it here!
You did not specify when you will be making the move and homes and market conditions are constantly changing.
My website http://www.HummelRealEstate.com has a full mls search so you can browse at your leisure. If you would like more information on any home please give me a call at 970.986.1897
Thank You,
Ronda Hummel
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Feb 15, 2011
Careful with the term modular, most are manufactured homes and the banks have more restrictions on them for financing. A true modular can receive financing just a like a frame built home. Did you know that if a manufactuured home (single, double, or triple wide) has ever been moved the banks won't finance it. What price range are you going to be in, lets see what on the market and then we'll pick a direction that makes the most sense for your family and your investment over the long haul. I saw a fram built house on nearly a acre today for $229,900!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Mar 19, 2008
Hi Fred & Debra!
You mentioned you are making a "whole family" move the Grand Junction. Let me start by saying you'll love it here, no matter where you end up buying! Property prices have increased over the last several years, as it should! Although, the past 6 months have seen price reductions and a bit of a "flat" market. Of course a lot depends on what is important to you, (ie, schools, whether or not you want a large lot or acreage, etc.). I would be happy to visit with you regarding your wants, needs and budget. There are a variety of opportunities in out market...but most anyone can find what they are looking for! Feel free to contact me anytime. My email address is CCrawford@MonumentCountry.com. We are an affilitate of GMAC Real Estate.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Feb 15, 2008
Hello and thank you for the question!
Land has become relativly expensive in the immediate area of grand junction over the past two years. If you were concidering to build a Modular home just outside of G.J. you can probably get more for your money such as White Water, Loma, Mack, or even Delta County.
I have some 1 acre lots in Delta for sale that accept Modulars, it can be difficult to find a piece of land that will allow that type of construction. I have worked with most of the Modular home builders in the area IE Palm Harbor, Golden Villa.
First thing that you would want to do is find out what you can get for financing unless you are paying cash. Next it is wise to search for land that would work for your family needs and then finally select a builder.
I would like to help you further with this, please let me know your expected total budget to spend, Home/land/infrastructure and how much land you actually prefer to live on.
I may be able to find something that is already built and on the market.
If you like you can email me Kurt@LoomisTeamUSA.Com
or visit my website below.
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