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Champion Homes



2701 Cambridge Ct.
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
Phone: 248-340-9090
Website: Champion Homes Website

Champion Homes Description:
"...Champion has the Manufactured and Modular Homes you want and a nationwide network of retailers to help you select and personalize a home you can call your own. Browse through over 2000 homes and find a sales center in your area..."

Providing these building styles:
  • Ranch modular homes
  • Colonial modular homes
  • Cape Cod modular homes
  • Multi-Family modular homes


Providing modular homes and buildings in:
CT, DE, MA, MD, ME, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VA, VT, WV

Company Background

How Long in Business1953
Yearly Avg. Number of Homes (Est.)Over 500 (mobile homes & modular homes)
Professional Organizations/AffiliationsMHI (Manufactured Housing Institute)
Design Staff
(Architects & Draftsmen)
Architect and draftsmen on staff
Builder NetworkOver 500
Location of Factories28 Factories Nationwide
How to Buy a HomeThrough their network of builders

Construction Details

Building MaterialsWood construction, steel base
Energy EfficiencyMultiple energy efficiency options
Construction Timeframe2-6 weeks
Customization FlexibilityCertain plans can be fully customized
Amount of FloorplansOver 500 predesigned floorplans

Pricing

Avg. Cost per Square Foot$95-$140
Avg. Transportation CostsVaries by location
Avg. Placement CostsVaries by location
Site PreparationHandled by local retailer

Options

Garage/Deck AvailabilityGarages and decks are possible
Possible to Addon to Existing HomeIt is possible in select cases
GuaranteesDepends on model
Delivery RangeNationwide
Number of Factory InspectionsVaries on final building location
Number of Building Site InspectionsDependent on final destination
Information PackageInformation available on their website. For information packages you should contact the website for the individual product line directly.

Our Review

Editor's Rating
Editorial ReviewChampion Homes is one of the biggest players in the modular home market. They started in 1953 and have been very successful building over 1.7 million homes. From this success they expanded and acquired many other modular home providers. Their network includes these divisions Redman, Moduline, Summit Crest, Silvercrest, Atlantic, Titan, Fortune, Commander, Dutch, Gateway, Advantage Homes, Homes of Merit, New Era, Carolina Building Solutions, New Image, Highland Manufacturing, North American Housing and Champion Homebuilders. In 2009 they had some financial issues but fixed them and came back even stronger and starting consolidating some of the great modular home factories. They now have 28 home building factories across the United States. The original Champion Home product line is not our favorite but we are sure you will find a good match with one of their many other product lines just be careful you look at their modular homes and not their manufactured homes which aren't as high quality as the modular plans. They are so big they have a home for any budget and style preference. We do recommend that if you are interested in a Champion Home that you contact one of their local builders for faster customer service.
Mystery Homebuyer Rating

Personal Reviews of Champion Homes

Beverly Terry from Fresnol, CA
I was actually relieved that I wasn't the only Champion Home buyer that was having numerous defects in the construction and overall assembly of my mobile home. When I made my initial "button" list (which never ends) things like my toilet being hooked up to the hot water tank, no paint on the walls just texture, wiring crossed 110 with 220, smouldering wiring in walls, walls out of alignment, very large holes in walls where plumbing comes into the home where they knocked out the drywall with a hammer instead of cutting it out, the same is for the exterior doors. The electrical recepticles either protrude out of the walls or sink into the walls when you plug something in. The foundation of the "soaking bathtub" was broken, yet the manufacturer stated "oh it should be ok", constant dripping of water in the walls, but manufacturer says its just the house setteling. But it only happens when you flush the toilet. The list goes on and on. My initial list was 7 pages long and I had only gone through 2 rooms. Some things I don't know that it is defective until it breaks. My personal opinion of Champion? I wouldn't recommend them even to my worse enemy.

Chris Burger from San Diego, CA
Don't purchase a manufactured home from Champion. They DO NOT honor the warranty. I purchased a new manufactured home, I have lived there for 6 weeks. They make excuses to not fix defects in the home, they were not compliant with two California laws, and they even made excuses to not make the home compliant with the California laws. I purchased two condos in the past, and the builder always came to fix their homes, no problem. Not with Silvercrest, Champion. Purchasing a new home should be an exciting event, they have turned it into a nightmare.

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