Style of Home: What’s the difference?

D&W Homes carries three different styles of floorplans: Ranch, Cape Cod, and 2-Story. So, what’s the difference? A ranch home is a one-story home that typically has an open concept in the living area, which means the kitchen, living room, dining nook, and any other living areas are not separated by walls. The ranch style…

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Where Do I Start?

Where do I start - Blog Post

It’s a question often asked, and the answer will depend on your knowledge of the modular home building process. If the idea of building a modular home is completely new to you, then the best place to start would probably be to visit a model center. Not only will you get a feel for the…

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Resale Value and Buying Land with Real Estate Broker Kelly Wiley

One of the biggest concerns people often have about building a modular home is resale value. Oftentimes, that can be attributed to blurred lines between mobile homes and modular homes which has led to some confusion between the two. Unlike mobile homes, that are typically titled and built to HUD code, modular homes are built…

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Construction Loans: Q&A with Ohio Valley Bank

One of our most frequently asked questions is about financing a modular home build. Typically, building a modular home requires a construction loan. While much of the process will depend on your lender’s policies, we asked Ohio Valley Bank Assistant Vice President Joe J. Wyant some questions about their process that might be of interest…

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