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Single Wide Homes 8-16' wide 
Double Wide Homes 19'-30' wide
Triple Wides 30'-56' wide
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National 12 x 48

National 12 x 48

 | 2 Bed | 1 Bath | Sq.Ft. 559 Builders Preferred Choice for a manufactured..


National 24 x 56

National 24 x 56

 3 Bed | 2 Bath | Sq.Ft. 1307 Builders Preferred Choice for a manufactured ..


Cavco GS28562A

Cavco GS28562A

2 Bedroom | Opt. Den |  2 Bath / 23’ 4'' x 44'  / Sq. Ft. 1568 PRINTABLE FO..


Durango Model CAT-2859B Manufactured Home Floor Plan

Durango Model CAT-2859B Manufactured Home Floor Plan

2 Bed / 2 Bath SQ. FT 1327 Wet Areas SQFT. 440 Printable Floor Plan: Mod..


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Manufactured Home Floor Plans & Homes For Sale

Manufactured Home Estimate lets you look through manufactutred home floorplans from the leading builders around the country. Floor plans are customizable to fit our clients needs with affordable budget friendly options as well as some well appointed luxury items to fit any home buyers taste. 

Buying a new manufactured home this is the place to start easily choose from size or manufacturer, request a qoute and work with one of our qualified added value partners in your area to get the best value on options and more.

We work closely with the industries best dealers and manufacturers to bring you the best pricing while delivering the highest quality service in the industry. is here to help you through the process of purchasing your new home & give you the amazing experience of finding your new home made easy!


The Right Manufactured Home For You Buying Tips!

We are here to help you find the right home at the right price.

How To Buy A Manufactured Home Here is a list of a few basic steps of the process

Step 1. knowing your budget & determing if you have loan needs, then pre-qualify.

Step 2. Choosing a location whether you will be putting your new home in a park or on private land, installing a manufactured home in a park is the easeist of the two, if you plan on installing a manufactured home on land you will need to consider lot improvement cost such as utlities , electric, water, septics or sewer, county requirements , such as fire hydrants, substantial grading cost can be detrimental to a new project and it is best to work with an agent that eliminate the most viable land available to keep lot improvements down.

Step 3. Choose a home to fit your lot requirements & purchase home

Step 4. Home installation is often provided by a manufactured home dealer if not then you will need to look for a installation specialist & generally a dealer will have references.  

The Right Size Home

Mesuring your lot for you new home all depends on what your property type is, If you are in a park there is a list of HCD General Guide Lines that can guide you through the measurment process, if you are on private propery not in a park you have to follow your local county guidelines.

The difference between modular, manufactured homes, mobile homes This question gets asked a lot and it is pretty easy to explain a manufactured home is built to federal code and constructed on a metal frame that can be driven down the highway and then axels and tires removed and set on peirs in 2 different ways a standard above grade home set where your home sits 24"-36" above grade or a below grade pit set home where the ground is dug out and then the home set in place on peirs and a perimeter wall is built and the dirt is graded back up to the home so your home now sits aroung 12" from grade.

Modular homes are built to federal but are also must meet local state and county codes, modular home plans must submit to be reviewed by your county and will incur substantailly more expensive fees much like a traditiona home, modular homes can be built on frames and transported to home site but then are removed to be set on a standard cement foundation at grade level.

Mobile homes are a old terminology and were a term used for homes built before 1976 under Recreational Vehicle codes, Now a mobile home would be refered to or considered a motorhomes, also homes that are under 400 Sq. Ft. Known as park models in these instances the wheels and axels are meant to stay on while the mobile home is being occupied.



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