Marie was by far, the nicest sales person out of everywhere we've visited. She was extremely courteous and very knowledgeable of your homes. She took plenty of time with us, where others didn't because of our time frame.
Ryan and Julie T. – Perris, CA
I'd like for you to relay the thanks and appreciation I have for Lavon. She is outstanding! We're working with her now, and we'll continue to do so.
Bruce and Sharon P. – Palm Desert, CA
We visited several other sales centers. Tony, at Ma Williams did the best job out of them all. We were very impressed with the way he handled everything and the information given. We will be in contact with Tony as soon as we are ready to push this forward.
Michael and Sisy B. – Nuevo, CA
I really appreciate you calling me, I love your homes and Marie was outstanding! I'll be in touch with Marie as soon as I can!
Anthony W. – Riverside, CA
The inquiry with Ma Williams went great. I would give the salesperson, Lavon an 11 off the scale.
Robert M. – Ramona, CA
Would you know if you were living next-door to a manufactured home?
Probably not – since today’s models compare favorably with any type of home on size, design, quality, safety and beauty.
While manufactured homes are typically found in rural areas or in specially designated communities, these days you can also spot them in neighborhoods throughout big cities like Los Angeles and San Diego.
These are often classified as “lot in fills” by developers. Thanks to California’s favorable zoning laws that allow manufactured homes to be built just about anywhere, land owners are free to develop a vacant piece of property by placing a manufactured or modular home there. Doing so provides significant savings over on-site construction costs, and when the home is finished it will sell for a comparable price as the stick-built homes that line the rest of the block.
This not only represents a great opportunity for investors who don’t have to complete with the nation’s top home builders – it’s also a way to beautify neighborhoods by developing land that might otherwise become a vacant lot or dilapidated structure.
In Los Angeles, several small homebuilders have obtained manufactured housing retailer licenses to purchase homes directly from manufacturers. These are then placed on available land in such upscale locales as the Agoura and Calabasas areas of the West Valley, and are appointed with such features as granite counter tops and luxurious stone veneers.
And down in Orange County, a manufactured home on a slightly narrow lot was upgraded with a detached garage containing a secondary dwelling unit overhead. The home sold for more than $900,000 – and that was more than ten years ago.
So the next time you’re driving through a scenic neighborhood, take a closer look – you just might be checking out some beautiful examples of the types of homes now being built in factories by the country’s top manufacturers.
Do you have a piece of land that you’re ready to develop? Let’s talk about what a manufactured home can do