Elevate the Modern Manufactured HomesBy jh_admin In Real Estate
Your parents and grandparents wouldn’t recognize today’s beautiful, manufactured homes that look and feel like their site-built counterparts. From backyard ADUs that are used for home offices or guest quarters to 2,000 sq. ft. homes used for weekend getaways or primary residences, today’s manufactured homes have been elevated through better construction and an array of features and designer touches unlike ever before.
When mobile homes first gained popularity in the 1960s, they were only available in basic designs with no amenities. They weren’t built to a specific code and were typically small and placed on equally small lots. However, in 1976, the industry’s transformation began when manufactured homes were built to HUD standards. No longer called “mobile homes”, modern manufactured homes are built with drywall, better insulation, dual-paned windows, energy-efficient sidewall options, and are typically constructed better than site-built tract homes.
When buying a manufactured home through HomeQuest, clients can choose from modern features such as porches, granite or quartz kitchen countertops, farmhouse sinks, upgraded appliances, various cabinetry and flooring, fireplaces, elegant lighting fixtures, and even stand-alone bathtubs. Walking into a new manufactured home or even virtually touring one online can be eye-opening for a home buyer as they review the light and bright interiors and interior design options.
HomeQuest offers the largest platform in the country to assist homebuyers in custom building their manufactured homes. The easy-to-navigate website allows home buyers to explore the largest database of floorplans available and filter their search by price range, size, and other specs. The array of images and select state-of-the-art virtual tours allow home buyers to conceptualize what their dream home could look like.
HomeQuest has partnered with top manufacturers in the country to help home buyers not only build their perfect unit at a competitive cost but also save them thousands of the Manufactured Suggested Retail Price. Shoppers can browse nearly 100 floorplans for tiny homes and larger manufactured homes from Champion Homes, Silvercrest, Redman Homes, Skyline, Golden West Homes, Fleetwood, Karsten Homes, and Back Porch Homes.
“The variety of floorplans and wide array of amenities and upgrades that homebuyers can choose from is just part of the allure of today’s manufactured homes,” said Shane Joffe, a partner, and general manager of HomeQuest. “From solid construction to custom designing, to shopping from the convenience of a laptop, this is the next generation of home buying.”