For custom modular homes built in Indiana and Michigan, the time frame is usually 90 to 120 days. This starts on the date we place your home order at the manufacturing plant. For an all cash purchase, we order your home as soon as we have a finalized list of home options and your down payment. For a bank financed construction loan, we order the home as soon as the bank closes your construction loan and authorizes us to place the order.
As an Indiana licensed general contractor specializing in new and custom residential stick-built modular homes, we also handle every other aspect of the building project, including obtaining building permits, clearing the lot, constructing the foundation, digging the well and septic system, building garages/porches/decks, and anything else you need us to do.
We help our clients obtain financing for their new custom prefab homes by putting you in touch with some of the best financing options around. Next Modular works with a number of local Indiana banks who are eager to help you build the manufactured home of your dreams. In order to build a new home, you will most likely need to secure a construction loan. Please see our blog Post “Construction loans – How do I get one?” for a detailed explanation on how to get a construction loan and how it works. If you are unable to obtain a construction loan or are interested in other loan options (such as FHA or VA loans), give us a call and we can walk you through the process.
Currently, in Indiana, we service Elkhart County, Lagrange County, Noble County, Whitley County, Allen County, Kosciusko County, Wabash County, Fulton County, Marshall County Starke County, LaPorte County, and St. Joseph County.
In Indiana, we typically build Modular homes in Northern Indiana and North West Indiana, and we do some Modular Homes in North East Indiana.
For those in Michigan, we service Berrien County, Cass County, Saint Joseph County, and some of Van Buren and Kalamazoo Counties.
*There is an allowance of up to $3,000 in crane fees. Anything over will incur an extra charge, but this does not happen often in our immediate local area.
Also, the pictures and artists renditions you see on our website along with the floorplans typically show optional home upgrades, garages, porches and other things (such as landscaping and driveways) that will need to be priced out in addition to the modular home sale price. We price these on a case by case basis.