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System-built homes
System-built homes turn dreams into reality for thousands of Americans every year. Like site-built homes, system-built homes can be placed almost anywhere — beautiful, waterfront property, nestled deep in the woods or in a cozy neighborhood setting.
There's a system-built home for nearly every budget. Before you start house hunting, determine how much home you can afford, with the help of a retailer or financial institution. Your budget is based on your family's income, credit score, monthly expenses, down payment and loan interest rate.
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Land-lease communities provide homeowners with affordable housing in a great neighborhood environment. Residents own their homes, but lease their home sites, freeing their budgets from the additional expense of land ownership.

Advantages of system-built homes

System-built housing construction costs can be 15 to 20 percent less than the cost of on-site construction. Since the homes are built in a factory, there aren't any weather damaged materials to replace and, by purchasing building materials for several homes at once and using them as needed, the cost of the home is considerably reduced.

Advice for homebuyers

Is your home energy efficient?

An energy efficient home saves energy, saves money on utility bills, and helps protect the environment by reducing the amount of electricity that needs to be generated. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), running an energy efficient household could save you 10 to 50 percent on your monthly energy costs.


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