Me and my wife will definitely be revisiting Ma Williams in the near future. We liked this sales center the best over others. Our sales person Marie, was very nice and informative, we will be in contact with her.
Christian and Destiny M. – Inland Empire
I would give Tony an 11 on everything. He answered all our questions. What I really liked about your homes is that you don't have any sharp corners in the homes. They all have rounded corners, so they don't look like an apartment to me. We have visited a lot of other sales centers, but we didn't like what we saw at them. We will definitely be coming back to Ma Williams when it is time to move forward!
Megan and Mike B. – Hemet, Ca
I had been inquiring with different sales centers over the phone. I spoke with Cindy over the phone, she was very informative and gave me all the necessary resources to check out.
Richard R. – Riverside, CA
Tony was very thorough and gave us the complete 360 on this process. I really like the modular models. I plan to continue looking into this and trying to figure out if I can make it happen. I will definitely call Tony if any further information is needed.
Chenelle T. – Hemet, Ca
My husband and I have been visiting Ma Williams for a few years contemplating purchasing a manufactured home. Tony has been so patient with us so when we finally decided to do it we knew he was going to be our guy. We had so many questions and he answered them all!
Cristina W. – Temecula, CA
Most people would agree that the economy is in pretty good shape at the moment, but unfortunately that hasn’t always made it any easier for younger, first-time home-buyers to purchase a home.
In fact, according to a survey from Apartment List, nine out of ten millennial renters want to buy a house, but at current savings rates two-thirds of them need more than two decades to save up the down payment. We wouldn’t be surprised if, here in California, that number was even higher.
Can manufactured homes cut down on that waiting time? The answer is yes.
Affordability is the challenge here, especially for those in their 20s just entering the workforce with a mountain of college debt. Saving is hard – in fact, that same survey found that nearly half of millennial renters have zero down payment savings, while just over 10% have saved $10,000 or more.
Manufactured homes can shorten that difficult wait, because they cost less, while providing just as much house (and sometimes more) than traditional site-built homes.
Renting may be unavoidable for a while, but that monthly check to the landlord delivers nothing more to millennials than a roof over their heads for another 30 days. A manufactured home is an investment, where every payment brings buyers closer to ownership. Plus you are building equity, as manufactured homes now achieve an average annual growth rate of 3.4%, about the same as traditional, site-built homes.
When you’re in your own home you don’t have to check with a landlord if you want to paint or add wallpaper, change the kitchen floor tile or put in a ceiling fan. It’s your house. Built to high, factory-built standards with warranties on workmanship and components.
You’ll have all the features and comfort you desire. There are floor plan options to meet the needs of any size family, with large rooms and luxurious kitchens and plenty of space for home offices, spare bedrooms and other amenities.
Can you afford one now? Let’s find out. Talk to a Ma Williams representative today and take the first step toward acquiring a house that you can make your own. We have helped customers throughout California into the home of their dreams. Whether you wish to live close to the city or out in the country, there are locations zoned for manufactured housing that will fit your lifestyle. Best of all, once you have moved into affordable housing, you may have more money left over to start making bigger payments on that college debt!