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What to Expect

Congratulations on deciding on a manufactured or modular home! Whether it be modular or manufactured home, community living or private property placement, Michigan Home Zone’s goal is to provide you with information, details and support throughout the entire home buying process to make it the best possible experience for you.

Be it a manufactured or modular home, Michigan Home Zone will be your partner throughout the entire building process. Call us today at 844-742-0219 to get started.


The Process to Your New Home

Take a tour.

Stop by Michigan Home Zone home showcase lot in Ypsilanti to walk through our Champion or Clayton model homes. This will give you an idea on square footage, floorplans, finishes, amenities and more.

Figure out qualifications.

Once you have determined which style of home would be best suited for your family, Michigan Home Zone will discuss lending options that fit your situation. Michigan Home Zone will even assist you filling out the paperwork and sending it in.

Select a setting.

Are you looking for a community lifestyle or will private placement? Either way, Michigan Home Zone is experienced with working with communities and contractors across the state and will help make the process stress-free.

Determine details.

There are many different expenses related with building and placing a modular or manufactured home. Michigan Home Zone experts can help you understand all the different costs associated with your new home including permit costs, foundation fees, surveys and others.

Connect with a construction coordinator.

Once all details have been finalized, the home has been placed, building permits issued and so forth, a Michigan Home Zone Construction Coordinator will oversee the delivery and installation of your new home!

Walk thru.

In nearly half the time it typically takes to construct a site-built home, you’ll be taking your final walk thru inspection and receiving the keys to your new home.

 Timeline – Manufactured/Modular Homes vs. Site-Built Homes

Manufactured vs. site built housing timeline