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HughV

11:00PM | 03/11/02
Member Since: 10/18/01
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Hi,
We are considering getting a modular house created for our next home. Has anyone had any experience with having one made and built for them and can you share your experience? Any recommendations on modular home companies that you would recommend as good, or that you would suggest staying away from? We have looked at fuquahomes-mo.com, modularconnection.com, nationwide-homes.com, modularcenter.com, and a couple others that don't seem to serve our area (Kansas City, Missouri area). Any input would be greatly appreciated.

GlennG

06:11PM | 03/16/02
One good way to start is by touring the plants. Most reputable manufacturers will offer a prospective buyer the opportunity to tour the plant and see first hand how their new home will be manufactured. It will be time well spent.

[This message has been edited by GlennG (edited March 16, 2002).]

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