I can not comment on your specific question. However, there are minimum manufacturing standards that have to be met by all manufactured/modular home companies. Additionally Texas has an entire division that regulates and monitors the manufactured home industry. You should take a moment and view their WEB site at http://www.tdhca.state.tx.us/mh/. They have a large amount of available information including enforcement actions against all participants in the manufactured home industry in Texas.
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I did some internet research and it turns out that these homes really aren't. Sometimes they're even more expensive than houses built on-site all totaled. You have to look at the whole picture if you're going that route, there are some hidden costs you might not be informed of.