Today’s manufactured homes can deliver outstanding quality and performance at prices ranging from 10 to 20 percent less per square foot than conventional site-built homes. These savings allow more and more Americans to own their own home, even in the face of an ever-widening housing affordability gap.
Salespeople. The very word brings fear to the mind of most people. Many people dread working with salespeople out of fear of being taken advantage or of being lied to. At Oak Creek, we understand that purchasing a home is one of the biggest decisions of your life, and we’ve hired and trained our staff to approach their job differently than those at other companies.
Every home builder will claim to build the best home for your money, and frankly, we won’t be any different at Oak Creek. We’ll tell you our homes are built stronger, designed better, more affordable and that we’re more committed to your satisfaction.
Oak Creek Homes prides itself on having some of the highest resales values of any manufactured home built in the country. This value is derived from the N.A.D.A., an organization that determines values not only for homes, but for cars, RV’s and motorcycles.
Let’s face it…there are thousands of sales jobs out there. You can sell vacuum cleaners, cars, sporting goods…the list is virtually endless. There’s only one way, though, to sell the true American Dream.
As you know, our dealerships display stock models so that our customers can get true sense of what are homes are like. Sometimes, pictures or one of our unique 360 degree tours are simply not enough. Because we frequently change our floor plans and decors, we occasionally must change out our inventories and when we do, the consumer is the winner.
Why choose an Oak Creek home? This is a simple question but one of great importance. The choice of homebuilder can influence your life for decades to come and it should be made only after careful thought and consideration. There are several companies building manufactured housing in today’s marketplace, many of them providing a quality home at a competitive price.
Less than 20% of people who buy a manufactured or modular home pay cash for their purchase. The rest require financing. In today’s lending climate (mostly due to 2013’s Dodd-Frank Act), the government has restricted the manner by which a builder can assist in arranging financing for a customer.