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
I was extremely pleased with my visit to Ma Williams and especially with Marie. In fact, I liked Marie and your homes so much, I'll most definitely be back to see her. I don't have anything but good things to say about Marie and your homes.
Tom T. – Anza, CA
I have spoken with Marie via phone, email, and in person, Marie has been more than helpful!
Addie B. – Palm Springs
Marie was more than helpful. I really liked one of the models we walked through. Marie explained everything clearly. I'm looking forward to furthering this process.
Gloria H. – Hemet, Ca
Lavon was very professional, honest and she spent time with us to answer questions.
Ericka E. – Moreno Valley, CA
1. Do you own your current home?
If you are a homeowner, then at this stage of your life you’d probably prefer to remain one, rather than renting a home or apartment. So if you’re considering a move, the choice is between purchasing a traditional site-built home, or considering the potential cost, design and energy efficiency benefits of a manufactured home that can be placed on your own property, in a senior community, or close to relatives on their property.
2. Do you plan to move in the next 12 months?
Timing is always a challenge with moving. When do you start looking for a new home, and when do you put your current home up for sale? If you are thinking about a move sometime in the next year, and you wish to consider a manufactured home, we recommend stopping by our showroom as soon as you are ready. There are several variables involved with manufactured and modular construction, so the sooner you get started, the sooner you’ll be ready to move.
3. What is the reason for your decision to move?
If your goal is downsizing, you may be able to find a home that meets your needs whether you choose a site-built house or a manufactured home. But whatever your definition of downsizing might be, Ma Williams has flexible floor plans to match your needs – and likely at a lower cost than traditional homes. A smaller home will also help lower your living expenses if that is a priority. The energy efficiency of manufactured homes can further reduce your monthly bills. If you wish to be closer to family and friends, manufactured housing can help here as well. Speak to one of our team members to find out how we can locate your home where you wish to live.
4. Do you own land?
If you own land, you may be able to finance your home with no down payment, by using the equity in your land as the down payment. Plus, you’ve already solved your location problem!
5. Do you have any physical limitations or other challenges that require special accommodation?
Apartments and condominiums may present obstacles for those with a physical disability. Thus, a single-family home is probably a better option. Site-built homes can be altered to meet your needs, but that entails additional renovation costs. When you choose a manufactured home, you can select options that will improve your safety and mobility, so it will be built to your custom specifications.