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Oregon Modular Home Pricing

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

These sample prices include a permanent foundation, connection to municipal sewer systems and municipal water systems. 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
Cape Style
2 Bedrms
1 Baths
1206 sqft
28' x 58'
Timber Ridge
Cape Style
3 Bedrms
3.5 Baths
2911 sqft
60' x 42'
Ranch Style
3 Bedrms
2 Baths
1658 sqft
60' x 28'
Cedar Lake
Ranch Style
3 Bedrms
1 Baths
1214 sqft
49' x 26'
Ranch Style
3 Bedrms
2.5 Baths
2225 sqft
60' x 62'
Two Story
3 Bedrms
2 1/2 Baths
2411 sqft
44' x 28'
Two Story
4 Bedrms
2 1/2 Baths
4046 sqft
58' x 34'
Two Story
4 Bedrms
2 1/2 Baths
2596 sqft
46' x 28'


Please remember these OR 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 OR modular home builder for the most current and accurate pricing.

Modular Home Buying Tip

Do some creative negotiating during the building process so that you get exactly what you want for the price you are hoping for. A builder is not going to want to offer a price drop. They like their prices to be established and not waver. This is because they do not want prospective buyers to hear about a discount you have received and expect the same thing for themselves. But there still are lots of ways to get around this resistance. You can, for instance, ask for help on the back end of the deal. Upgrades are one way to give you a perk that lowers your costs and is not all that obvious from the outside. Also, you can request that there be upgrades to your home, such as extra tile or hardwood or a higher end set of cabinets or appliances. A builder may be quite willing to agree to this type of transaction in order to get the deal done. It can be a win win situation instead of an adversarial situation because both sides will feel that they have been respected and received something in the buying and selling transaction.

Average Oregon Home Prices

The median home price in lovely Oregon is $283,900. Oregon home owners have seen their home value increase an average of 12.7% over the past year and real estate experts are planning it will rise 5.5% within the next year. The median list price per square foot in Oregon is $187. The median price of homes currently listed in Oregon is $319,900. Home pricing can vary widely across the state. Here are the average home prices for the most popular spots: Portland $390,500, Bend $351,100, Beaverton $333,100, Hillsboro $316,600, Gresham $284,000, Eugene $252,300, Medford $234,100, Salem $213,500, Springfield $206,900.

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