Are you considering buying a new manufactured home, modular home, or prefabricated home in the beautiful state of North Dakota? Known as the Rough Rider State, North Dakota borders Minnesota, South Dakota, and Montana, and has a mostly cool climate. North Dakota manufactured homes are engineered specifically for the unique characteristics of the environment, with a focus on energy efficiency and minimal long-term maintenance. With a current population of just over 725,000, the average sales price of a home in North Dakota is approximately $230,000, whereas the approximate cost of a modular home in North Dakota is $50 to $70 per square foot. Therefore, the average price of a 1,800 square foot modular home in North Dakota would be $108,000, making the purchase of a prefabricated home a fiscally responsible choice for North Dakota’s would be home buyers. These prices may differ in metropolitan areas such as Fargo and Bismarck, where the cost of land and site improvements are typically higher.
The way in which manufactured homes are constructed allows for added customization that is not available with the purchase of a site-built home. ManufacutredHomes.com utilizes virtual 3D home tour technology, allowing our homebuyers to put themselves inside a house that has not yet been constructed, an industry-first. If you were to buy a site-built home, you’d be able to walk inside, as the structure already exists. With many prefabricated houses, you only have access to a floor plan image, but that is not an issue anymore. We have filmed hundreds of virtual 3D tours, allowing you and your family to see and feel what it would be like to stand in your new living room, even though it hasn’t been constructed yet. If you are shopping for a prefabricated home in North Dakota, look no further than us.