Click me

Manufactured vs. Site-Built Homes

MANUFACTURED VS. SITE BUILT HOMES • Manufactured Homes Site Built Homes Manufactured homes are built in the controlled environment of a manufacturing plant and are fransported in one or more sections on a permanent chassis. A site-built home is a wooden house constructed entirely or largely on-site. Average Sales Price $324,500 Average Sales Price $64, 000 Average Price Per Square Foot $43.54 Average Price Per Square Foot $93.70 Manufactured Home Shipments by State (scroll over state for more details) Units Shipped more than 3000 1501 - 3000 1001 - 1500 501 - 1000 less than 500 More than 17 million Americans live in manufactured housing. Manufactured housing that is well built and maintained can be altractive, more energy efficient than some site-built homes and grow in value. The life expectancy of modern manufactured housing is equivalent to comparable site-built housing. Properly-installed manufactured housing under HUD's new construction code is as safe and storm resistant as any other new home. QUICK FACTS Produced in one-fifth the time and at half the cost of site-built homes, manufactured housing assembled in a controlled, factory environment uses fewer materials and generates 35%- 40% less waste than comparable site- built units. SOURCES: EXPRESS boo HOMES Brought to you by powered by Piktochart I make information beautiful

Manufactured vs. Site-Built Homes

shared by rjamison on May 17
The benefits of buying a manufactured vs. a site-built home.


Did you work on this visual? Claim credit!

Get a Quote

Embed Code

For hosted site:

Click the code to copy


Click the code to copy
Customize size