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Georgia Modular Home Pricing

Here is sample modular pricing for Georgia home buyers. This is a small sample of the modular homes available in Georgia. It is intended to help home buyers gain a basic price range for factory built pricing in Georgia. If you would like to have a modular house price quote customized for your personal building situation please visit our Georgia modular home builder directory or complete the form for a home price quote.

These Georiga modular home prices include building permits, site prepartation for crawl space foundation, standard septic system, concrete walkway from front door to driveway, 100' gravel driveway, landscaping, crane rental. You can add decks, garages, porches, and full basements for an additional price. These prices can vary widely depending on your specific building site so you should contact a modular home builder for a precise home quote.

Model Name     Rooms     Size         Avg. Price
Birmingham
Two Story Style
4 Bedrms
3.5 Baths
2544 sqft
69x48
$306,700
Danford
Two Story Style
3 Bedrms
2.5 Baths
2069 sqft
44x28
$198,000
Williamsburg
Cape Style
3 Bedrms
3.5 Baths
2466 sqft
58x28
$216,900
Ashwood
Cape Style
4 Bedrms
3 Baths
2116 sqft
46x28
$164,000
Tidewater
Cape Style
4 Bedrms
3 Baths
3617 sqft
64x42
$287,500
Canal Street
Ranch Style
3 Bedrms
2 Baths
2987 sqft
42x64
$256,000
Hickory II
Split Level Style
3 Bedrms
2 Baths
1320 sqft
41x40
$144,400
Craven
Cottage Style
2 Bedrms
2 Baths
996 sqft
28x34
$104,500
Kent
Cottage Style
3 Bedrms
1.5 Baths
1008 sqft
42x24
$97,300
Newbury
Cottage Style
3 Bedrms
2 Baths
960 sqft
40x24
$94,000
Please remember these GA modular home prices and details are subject to change. Every home building project is different with its own unique building specifications, building lot considerations, local zoning requirements and many more details that need to be customized. You should contact a local GA modular home builder for the most current and accurate pricing.

Modular Home Buying Tip

Purchasing a home that can be customized in construction to meet your own personal tastes and needs is ideal. You have to be certain that the personalization gets done, however, and that you wind up with exactly what you wanted when the project is complete. And the best way to do that is to get everything in writing. Also, remember not to sign anything until those personal terms are agreed upon and written into the contract. For example, make sure details on how the home will be finished are included in the written agreement. Deadlines for decisions that will need to be made during the construction should also be included, as well as what happens if the construction isnít completed on time. Without those terms in writing, the personalization of your personal home could be at risk. While many home buyers discuss these factors with builders and contractors, those verbal conversations arenít guaranteed to be legally binding. Thatís why the best thing you can do to protect your interests and personal desires is get everything in writing in the format of a signed contract that includes all those specific details.

Average Georgia Home Prices

The median home price in lovely Georgia is $149,300. Georgia home owners have seen their home value increase an average of 7.0% over the past year and real estate experts are planning it will rise 4.3% within the next year. The median list price per square foot in Georgia is $99. The median price of homes currently listed in Georgia is $200,000. Home pricing can vary widely across the state. Here are the average home prices for the most popular spots: Cumming $271,600, Marietta $244,700, Atlanta $195,000, Lawrenceville $174,200, Gainesville $155,700, Athens $139,400, Savannah $115,400, Columbus $88,400, Augusta $80,400.

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