Modular Homes Under $300,000
Once you get in to standard plans over $200,000, everything changes. There are some homes that utilize cutting edge modular techniques to get large, open floor plans with lots of space and high ceilings, but usually adding to your budget after this point is getting you more amenities and more expensive features rather than adding space.
Plans that focus on square footage can get you upward of 5,000 square feet of space, but if you choose to make your home a smaller luxury home, you could be looking at something closer to 2,500 square feet. Modular building offers the larger savings over standard stick building as homes get bigger. The more you build, the less you’ll spend per square foot.
In this price point the most stunning designs and modern features are within your reach, so don’t be afraid to write down a wish list for everything you want your home to have. Even if a design doesn’t come standard with every feature, there’s a good chance that a little customization help you end up in your dream home. The other alternative would be to hire an architect that has experience designing modular homes to create your home from scratch.