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We’ve featured 4 Clayton Built® Ranch Style Prefabricated Homes that you guys loved, so today I’m going to share 7 ranch style modular homes. As we go through these modular homes, you’ll notice they come with character and a personality of their own with features such as a country style kitchen, a built-in entertainment unit and a stone fireplace!

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Topics: Modular Housing

Searching for a new home can be a stressful process since homes come in all shapes, sizes and styles. Clayton family of brands home centers can help you build the home of your dreams, but to give you a kick-start, I’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite 3 bedroom modular home floor plans. These 3 bedroom modular home designs will include features like stone fireplaces, covered porches, a garage and more!

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Topics: Modular Housing

The Integrity Series has beautiful Clayton modular and manufactured homes for home buyers like you to choose your one of a kind dream home!

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Topics: Modular Housing

The word “trailer” still gets connected to manufactured and modular homes, and it can cause some confusion among home buyers who wonder “is a modular home a trailer?” The simple answer to this is a modular home may look like a manufactured home, but neither a modular home or a manufactured home is a trailer.  

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Topics: Modular Housing

People often wonder if prefab homes are safe because of stereotypes and the other common myths that go around about manufactured and modular homes. Although our Clayton Built® manufactured homes and modular homes are constructed in the same home building facilities, they are built to different building code requirements.

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Topics: Modular Housing

According to ModularHomeowners.com, a ranch style modular home is usually the least expensive type of modular home to build per square foot. Clayton offers many ranch style manufactured and modular floor plans that can be customized. They tend to be even more affordable the smaller you go in home size.

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Topics: Modular Housing

According to the Manufactured Housing Instituted, in 2017, the average price of a new manufactured home without land was around $70,0001. And according to the U.S. Census Bureau, in 2015 the average price of a new manufactured home without land  was $68,000 compared to the average price of a new single family site built home with land at around $360,000.

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Topics: Modular Housing

Are you beginning to think that your current home no longer fits your personal style? If you’re considering buying a new, beautiful home with more space for your kids and updated features, buying a Clayton Built® modular home may be the right choice for you.

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Topics: Modular Housing

When it comes to buying the home of your dreams, building codes aren’t typically one of the first topics you would consider. However, they can play a huge role during your home buying journey!

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Topics: Modular Housing

It's important to note first that there are two types of modular homes. When you purchase a modular home from Clayton, you can get an on frame or an off frame home! 

 

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Topics: Modular Housing