Since I work for the best modular manufacturer in the business I decided that I am going to set out on a journey and design my dream home.
I start by answering 10 simple questions about what I want.
We have discussed modular construction; from the differences between on-site and off-site construction, SMI's building standards, what happens on the production line, to the products and materials we use to build your home. But how about the roles of each entity involved? Your builder? The modular company? Where do you fit in to all of this?
Before your home goes on the production line, there are a few things that you as the owner need to do. Let's assume you have a floor plan with the layout of the rooms. Now it's time to select your doors, windows, flooring, kitchen layout, cabinetry, etc.
When you start thinking about building a new home there are many choices and decisions to be made. Aside from the style of house, or the number of beds and baths, you also have the opportunity to decide how it will be built. There are many ways to build, but today we are going to compare traditional, or site-built construction, with modular, or off-site construction.
If you are financing any part of your new construction, there are quite a few steps to take before calling a house your home. Specifically related to the finance of the new build, banks will look at two main things to determine the cost of home you are able to afford:
Building a home is a very exciting opportunity to showcase your unique style! With an array of layouts, colors, and finishes to choose from, the least of your worries should be how you will finance it. Listed below are 5 of the most common questions you may have regarding the construction loan process, answered by Lending Professional, Melinda White with The Farmers National ...