Mobile Homes To Buy And Move
"Home Nation, founded in 2008, is based in the Midwest and delivers single-wide, double-wide, park model homes, and modular homes to 17 states in the Midwest, West, and South. They also coordinate delivery and setup on your land. The founder immigrated from Australia in 1984 and formed his company after he learned the carpentry and construction business. The knowledge the founder gained..." Read More >
mobile homes to buy and move
You can pay more, but is that really a good idea? Home Nation is proud to bring you new and used mobile and modular homes, and now affordable site-built homes, at a fraction of the cost you'll find elsewhere. And we ship nationwide! We do this by negotiating with factories to secure the best prices available and passing those savings onto you. No middle man costs, no retail margins, no crazy showroom overhead. Just factory-direct, amazing prices, on every mobil home we sell.
"We had a Roosevelt built and delivered to Lake Gage three weeks ago. After shopping another dealer, I was talked into calling Scott and talking to him about a home. Smartest call I made during the entire process! After racking up over $4,100 in "upgrades" with the competitor we only had $600 with Home Nation because of the quality of your homes! These homes are built so much better." Read More about Chris
Buying a new or used mobile home can be confusing, but it doesn't have to be. With 20 years of experience, our independent dealership has been helping people - just like you - get the manufactured, modular, or site-built home they deserve. Not pushy, always supportive, our people are committed to delivering you the best customer service in the industry. We've done it for hundreds of satisfied customers and we'd love to do it for you, too.We're at work every day to help our customers find their dream house. Affordable housing is within reach. Learn more about buying a home from a Home Nation mobile home dealer near you.
We sell hundreds of HUD compliant, fully coded HUD homes every year and ship them nationwide. From single wides and double wide trailers to modular homes, park homes, and site-built homes, we offer the best floorplan variety at an affordable price. Our mobile houses are precision built and delivered direct from the factory giving you the "new home" experience at a fraction of the cost of a site-built home.
Based in the Midwest, we have grown our business by focusing on excellent customer service. We're with you every step of the way, from financing your new mobile home to delivery and setting. We have not only new mobile and modular homes but also affordable site-built homes for sale. We have countless past customers that can attest to our attention to detail and stellar support. See our testimonials!
From single wides, double wides, modulars, park homes, to site-built homes, we have it all at an affordable price. Between our hundreds of hand selected floorplans, we know we've got what you need. Our floorplan variety with craftmanship and quality of homes is truly a winning combination. The Home Nation Story
The main difference between a Manufactured home (aka "MOBIL home") and a MODULAR home is the building code the home is constructed and certified under. A Modular home is built to the exact same State building code that any site built home is built to in any particular State. We have plenty of modular homes for sale here. The Mobile home, on the other hand, is built to the national "HUD" code. The HUD code was developed in the 70's to standardize all Mobile homes built anywhere in the country - after which they were known as "Manufactured" homes... Mobile vs Modular
Buying a new or used modular or manufactured home is not easy. There is a lot that goes into it, finding a lot, pouring the foundation, selecting the options, getting financing, and more. We understand this process can be a bit intimidating, which is why we've put so much effort into making the process simpler. On our website you will find high-resolution photos and pictures of affordable mobile homes for sale, and videos of each manufactured home. We have 3D renders of our floorplans, as well as 3D Virtual Tours. And finally, we publish floorplan and option pricing, and the price of mobile homes, something no other dealer does!
With their highly customizable designs and wide array of floor plans ranging from 500 to 2,300 sq. ft., single- or multi-section manufactured homes offer affordable housing options, whatever your needs and tastes.
Our technicians, craftsmen and assemblers are well trained and professionally supervised, resulting in built-in excellence. Finally, all of our manufactured homes and modular homes undergo more than 35 quality inspections throughout the construction process to ensure they meet our high standards.
Interested in vaulted ceilings? We offer them. Modern kitchens with stainless steel appliances and perhaps spacious bedrooms with walk-in closets? Those, too. Like site-built homes, our manufactured homes and modular homes offer plenty of floor plans and amenities. You can also find stylish features such as tray ceilings, recessed lighting, custom cabinet applications, large family rooms with entertainment centers and more.
It depends on whether you choose to do a transport-only or a full-service move and the type of mobile home you have (single-, double or triple-wide). A transport-only move will include attaching the move-ready manufactured home to a towing vehicle, moving it to a new location, and unhooking it. The mover would also provide the necessary permits and liability insurance. A full-service move covers all of the above in addition to disconnecting all utilities, skirting and attached structures, and then reconnecting them at the new location.
According to CostHelper, the transport-only move for up to 60 miles is about $700-$1,000 for a single-wide, $2,000-$2,500 for a double-wide, and $2,600-$3,500 for a triple-wide.
To move a single-wide mobile home using the full-service moving service and the same distance of up to 60 miles will cost about $3,000-$5,000. Full-service moves include the disconnect, reconnect and transport services. To move a double-wide mobile home will cost $4,000-$10,000. For triple-wide, expect to pay $10,000-$14,000 or more. Of course, these are just estimates.
Since these rates are based on per-mile charges, among other things, long-distance moves will cost more. Moving companies typically charge about $4-$5.50 per mile for the towing vehicle and about $1.50-$1.65 per mile for the pilot cars. Of course, the rate will also depend on the current fuel price and the travel distance.
The size of your home will have a big effect on the overall cost. As expected, single-wides will cost less to move than double-wides, which are twice as big. If your home is too wide to drive down the street safely, you may also have to pay for a police escort or a temporary road closure. Taller homes typically cost more to move because the choice of travel routes may be limited, potentially resulting in traveling more miles.
According to Free Mobile Home Info, older homes typically weigh between 35 to 40 lbs. per square foot, while newer manufactured homes weigh anywhere from 45 to 50 lbs. per square foot. That means that if your mobile home is 800 square feet, it could weigh up to 40,000 lbs. Yikes! Remember, the heavier your mobile home, the more moving equipment and materials the movers will need to transport it. This inevitably adds up to spending more money as well.
From tools and supplies to tow hitches and tires, moving a mobile home requires plenty of moving materials. Your moving company should be able to break down the costs of necessary moving materials in your contract.
We do not recommend moving a mobile home by yourself. This type of move requires a team of professionals, who are not only trained in setting up a mobile home but are also experienced in driving large loads attached to the back of their truck. Those moving their mobile homes a long distance and across state lines may need multiple movers to handle the transportation. This is because a mover may be licensed to drive a mobile home in only one state, meaning he or she would need to hand off the car to another driver once across the state line.
Single-wide mobile homes are usually between 600 and 1,300 square feet and have one or two bedrooms and bathrooms each. Double-wide mobile homes usually include two-three bathrooms and two to three bathrooms, averaging between 2,000 and 2,500 square feet. Triple-wide or multi-wide mobile homes are about 4,500 square feet and resemble the site-built homes the most. They can have three or more bedrooms, at least two bathrooms, and are usually customized.
It depends on whether you choose to do a transport-only or a full-service move and the type of manufactured home you have (single-, double or triple-wide). Just to use an estimate, the transport-only move will cost anywhere between $700 and $3,500. The full-service move will cost $3,000-$14,000. The transport-only move for up to 60 miles is about $700-$1,000 for a single-wide, $2,000-$2,500 for a double-wide and $2,600-$3,500 for a triple-wide.
To move a single-wide mobile home using the full-service moving service and the same distance of up to 60 miles will cost about $3,000-$5,000. Full-service moves include the disconnect, reconnect and transport services. To move a double-wide mobile home will cost $4,000-$10,000. For triple-wide, expect to pay $10,000-$14,000 or more.
Whether you need help moving your manufactured home, personal belongings, or both, our extensive network of reputable and reliable movers can get the job done. All relocation companies in our network are licensed and insured. Plus, if you need to store your belongings, we can help with that, too. Moving.com can connect you to trustworthy and affordable self-storage facilities in your area. 041b061a72