Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Baltimore Modular Home Builder Next to Accept the 'Hopper' Challenge

Here is a set of photos from Advantage Homes in Baltimore, MD of a small customized modular that was built as a spec for an investor.  It is a North American Modular home from the Champion Plant in Strattanville, PA.
Yes Virginia, investors are still building spec homes and going modular saves them a lot of money because of the time saved from site prep to a contract with a new home buyer. If you haven't looked at building an investor a spec home lately, now might be a good time.
This beautiful smaller home is 3 bedrooms, and 2 ½ baths and 1456 sf.  A great use of modular for a starter home that sold in the mid $200’s.  

This home was customized by Advantage Homes' in-house designer makes the plan work for today’s buyer.  Check out the desk area in the open concept kitchen plan.  Ceramic tile was all done by the factory. 

Laminate flooring on first floor was installed on site.  A few options on the exterior give the house great curb appeal.  Another note is that we had to lift the house over the power wires, which required an outage for several hours.

A Hopper is on the way to Kelsey's Dream thanks to the good folks at Advantage Homes.

Here is my challenge to every modular home builder!

I will donate one Hopper to Kelsey's Dream for pictures of a completed home a modular home builder sends me. A Hopper will be donated in your name. It takes 25 Hoppers to sponsor a new hospital and I will donate Hoppers in your name until we reach that goal. One hopper per builder. 

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