Please tell Tony, and your staff, that I was very pleased with Tony, he was a great salesman, very nice person.
Jerry F. – Menifee, CA
I had a great experience at the Ma Williams sales center. Marie did an excellent job. I definitely want to buy a home through her, considering the great customer service I received. I will be in contact with Marie.
Ron H. – Inland Empire, CA
Marie has been extremely helpful and informative. She explained everything clearly while we were at the sales center. The experience with Ma Williams is going great so far.
Rosina and Daryl P. – Lake Elsinore, CA
Love all the floorplans and great friendly service. I get a response from Tony to all of my questions and emails in record time!!
Janis A. – Yucaipa, CA
We had an excellent experience with Lavon during our visit that we were finally able to make. She was very knowledgeable and so nice. We'd recommend your company to anyone if they were in the market.
Tom and Karyn T. – Orange, CA
At a time when politicians can’t agree on anything, here’s one exception- the role manufactured homes can play in offering quality, affordable homes.
Families across our nation are facing affordable housing shortages. This makes manufactured housing a critical component towards providing the lowest-cost unsubsidized housing throughout the nation.
The related costs difference between a site-built home and a manufactured home may be up to 10-35% less per square foot. That’s a big savings, especially here in California.
A recent article on MH Living News illustrates how Democrats and Republicans are coming together to support manufactured housing as a qualifying option for all housing programs.
The benefits, of course, are not limited to a lower price. As Ma Williams customers know, manufactured homes are extremely flexible: Add a deck or a garage; upgrade the appliances, modify the floor plan to fit your family’s needs – with today’s modern manufactured homes, you’ll have choices on how to customize the space inside and out.
Manufactured housing units must also meet the HUD Code, a set of stringent guidelines that regulates construction and sets high quality standards in strength and durability, energy efficiency, heating, plumbing, air-conditioning, thermal systems and electrical systems. An inspection process at every step during construction verifies that each home built meets these criteria.
Manufactured housing is truly a win-win for families seeking quality affordable living and communities seeking increased property values.