Crossroads features a wide variety of top-of-the-line manufactured homes in their gated community. All homes have off-street parking and are placed on a quarter-acre home site. Residents also have access to use the community’s newly built clubhouse for events.
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Consumers across South Carolina should be on the lookout for illegal structures being misrepresented and sold as tiny homes. MHISC has learned of an increasing number of small popup operations across the state featuring road-side retailers selling modified storage sheds marketed as “tiny homes” intentionally misrepresented as legal dwellings. [CLICK HERE TO READ MORE]
Oakwood Homes of Spartanburg offers a wide variety of manufactured and modular homes from an array of manufacturers. Their team is comprised of award-winning home consultants who can match customers with the home that best fits their needs.
In addition to managing their properties, the team at Kent-Gault Homes collects new and well-kept used shoes to donate to people who need them. They call the program Shoes for Sharing, and provide footwear to men, women, and children wherever there is a need. [Click Here to Read More]
Rabon’s opened in Horry County in 1975 and specializes in manufactured and modular homes from Scotbilt, Fleetwood, Sunshine, Franklin, and TruMH. They offer a variety of single and multi-section homes, both new and pre-owned.
Clayton Homes of Greer offers a diverse selection of popular customization options like soaker tubs, entertainment centers, farmhouse sinks and much more. Most homes can be custom ordered to customer specifications for personalized colors, flooring, and even room layouts in some models.
Yes! Birch Hollow features modern manufactured homes in both single section and multi section. All homes come with both options for on-street parking and off-street parking.
Gallery of Homes is locally owned and operated, and specializes in modular homes in addition to manufactured homes. They have a great selection of innovative designs. A talented team is on site to answer questions, provide advice, and to make your home buying experience the best it can possibly be.
HUD’s Office of Manufactured Housing Programs (OMHP) just released an FAQ document in response to questions about changes to the Federal Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards (the HUD Code) that go into effect on July 12, 2021. In its announcement, OMHP stressed the statements in response to the questions are not intended to provide specific HUD guidance or direction related to compliance with the HUD Code. Click here for more info.