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ok if you are considering what is the best ooptins for you ill give you my expirance. own a stick buildt home after some considerable water damage from a hurricane and the fact i wanted to add on i went with the modular home choice.i had sold modular some years ago and loved how well buildt they where. now understand i have been in the construction bussiness in Pa. for many years and to be honest homes are not buildt one 2 4 at a time anymore most custome homes are drawn out and constructed off site in panels and once the fountation is down and the first floor they are brought in and assembled.modular homes are assembled to travel down the road! and are much more strurdy. i bought a 2700 sq ft home and have been very happy in it for over 10 years no home is without issues and the worse thing i havve had to fix is a water heater.now advise for someone buy a modular make sure its 2 6 construction and go with the better appliances and countertops and cabnets. for the money if you compared the modular and the custom home with same amenities the modular would be much cheaper. oh yea and the fact that once you have a foundation your can move in after a few days is a huge plushere is s link for info for financing i likehere is a source for financing they where great http://wrgekqlz.com [url=http://nnlycf.com]nnlycf[/url] [link=http://brspajuqhyo.com]brspajuqhyo[/link]
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