Modular Home Pricing
There is no simple answer when it comes to giving a price for a modular home. There are so many variables to take into consideration. These variables include: the builder package; location of the home; set costs; delivery fees, floor plan size and the options and upgrades you select. In addition to these items, site built and supplied items will also factor into a modular home’s price. If you want a deck, garage, breezeway between the home and your garage or a custom Micky Mouse bath tub, these will all influence the price of your prefab house.
The Price of a Modular Home
The price of a modular home includes the following elements: engineering; the house itself; options and upgrades; delivery; sales tax and delivery of the home. In addition to the price of the home their are additional costs to complete the construction of the home. Completion costs include: site improvements and preparation; excavation; foundation; interor and exterior button up; heating and air conditioning systems; water and sewer connections and electrical and plumbing completion. Depending on the building package you select and where you live, the price of your modular home will vary greatly.
Wholesale Modular Home Prices
I’m giving you a ball park modular home pricing for ranches, Cape Cods and two story homes. This “wholesale” price is base pricing only. It includes the modular home delivered and set on your foundation. These approximate wholesale prices do not include required site work, utility connections, building permits upgrades, options and etc. I am sorry to say there is no easy answer for, “How much is the Vermont modular Cod.”
Wholesale Modular Prices
Ranch Homes - $45 to $65 a Sq. Ft.
Two Story Homes - $43 to 65$ a Sq. Ft.
Cape Cods - $50 to $ 70 a Sq. Ft.
The variables that will increase or decease the cost of your home include: delivery, crane and set costs; the size of the home (the bigger the home the less it cost per square foot); location conditions and unforeseen circumstances and requirements.
The Real Price of Building a Modular Home
There are so many variables when it comes to building a new home that ther is no simple answer. An experienced builder will have a hard time giving an accurate number without knowing the floor plan you have chooses, site conditions, foundation selections. There is no easy answer on pricing a modular home without work needing to be completed by both the builder and you, the customer.
Additional Costs to Building a Modular Home
Builder Packages - Turnkey, Co-Op or Sweat Equity
Upgrades - Making your house you home.
Site Improvements - Egress, foundation, landscaping; drainage; septic, etc
Site Constructed Elements - garages, decks, porches, breezeways and etc.
Utility Costs and Tap In Fees - Line runs and connections
Heating and Cooling Systems - Type and location of system
Interior and Exterior Button Up - Modular home completion
Price Versus Costs
How Much Does a Modular Home Cost?
The average cost for a modular home will depend on the cost of the modular home and the site work involved in finishing the home. The site work costs will be influenced by labor costs, site development and preparation and code requirements. The average cost for modular home in Indiana will be much less than in states requiring sprinkler systems of other IBC code compliance. Western states have additional requirements for foundations to meet seismic codes. Homes built in coastal areas require windows to withstand hurricane force winds. Modular homes built in northern states will require heavy snow load construction will require stronger roof systems. The best way to receive the modular home cost is to find a floor plan that you love, or at least like a bunch and talk to an MHP affiliate builder in your area.
Modular Home Construction and Finish Prices
Construction Specifications - Every builder and factory has their own construction specifications. Make sure to ask your builder or dealer for a list of their standard specs. In addition to your builder having standard specs, you will have your own desires on how your modular home is built. The better the building specs, the higher the price - simple.
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