I called Ma Williams, not to purchase a home, but just to obtain information about differences between manufactured, modular, and mobile homes. Lavon, who answered the phone, made it crystal clear in simple to understand terms. I made it clear I was not in the market to buy. I was amazed in today's world to find a person who did not sound too rushed to answer my questions even though I was not a potential purchaser. She knew her stuff and acted like she cared about her business and about helping people. I say, WOW !!! Any company whose employees are as good to a non-client as Lavon was to me, must do a good job of making homes.
Deanna S. – Encinitas, CA
Marie was fantastic. She was professional, very knowledgeable and provided me with information that I didn't even know. She is definitely an asset to Ma Williams.
Millie R. – Murrieta, CA
Tony was very helpful and explained a lot to me. I appreciate his help.
Jessica D. – Hemet, CA
Marie was great and very helpful. I plan on buying from them.
Cesar R. – Riverside, CA
Tony, the sales person I spoke with was informative.
Dennis J. – Murrieta, CA
Skyline and Hallmark both offer Modular Floor Plans which start at just under $100,000 for a 1,400 square-foot home.
Skyline has available any of their existing manufactured home floor plans in a modular version. Skyline has also built custom one of a kind modular homes if your needs are more particular.
Any Modular home purchased from “Ma” Williams through either Hallmark or Skyline, will be a true “Modular” home and not a “Hudular”. Financial institutions don’t distinguish between modular homes and site builts for value, unless the modular home is built as a “Hudular home*”. It is very important for value and financing purposes that if you decide on purchasing a modular home, it is a TRUE modular home (OFF FRAME)! *-Hudular Homes are built to International Building Code (IBC); however, they are built “on frame” same as manufactured homes.