Have you heard all of the horror stories and just can't quite come to a place where you can consider a mobile home? The great news is manufactured homes aren't what they used to be. They are intended for a totally different purpose than they were decades ago. The fact is that people really were not intending on living in mobile homes for very long in years past. The goal was to live in one just long enough to SAVE UP and BUILD a site-built home one day. With housing prices skyrocketing however, consumers began living in mobile homes with the intention of staying there for a lifetime. The industry began to react to this need and that is why we have manufactured homes now that are intended to be much less mobile.
Sure, there are still entry-level homes out there built similar to the mobile homes of old. How else can you get 1600 sq. ft. turnkey for less than $60,000? That is a mere $35/sq. ft. That type of home serves a purpose. Would you rather live on the street or pay rent to a landlord and not own anything? I think I will take my 4 bedroom home that is mine for less than 60k and say thank you very much :)
How about the consumer that really wants a home for a lifetime? You can go build a spec home starting at $100/sq. ft. or a custom home starting around $130/sq. ft. OR you could live in a luxurious, well-built manufactured home for $60/sq. ft. It is certainly your choice, but no one is going to beg you to not waste your money.
Unless you need more than 2700 sq. ft., Live Oak Homes offers plans that will blow you away. We are talking features like 9 ft. ceilings, Sherwin Williams paint, finished sheetrock that is completed on-site, stone fireplaces, shiplap, farm sinks, 8 ft. ceramic tile showers, and much more! You are certainly going to pay for the top of the line that really is comparable to a custom site-built home, but half the cost sure isn't bad!
Come see the plantation series today, and let us help you make a smarter decision. If you don't, I argue you may be throwing your hard earned money away for a title. If you are like the average American family that makes $100k or less...you can't afford to not give our team a try. As many of our customers say, "No need in being house poor just because we wanted to try to keep up with the Jones'".