Pros and Cons of Modular Homes?

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Some pros and cons of building a modular home are as follows : CONS - they may not be strong enough for tornadoes and earthquakes; very few insurance companies want to insure modular homes; they depreciate in value. PROS - if you own the land, it's better than renting; you can do improvements to make foundation base stronger; you an add a basement for emergencies like tornadoes; they are cheaper to acquire than regular built homes.
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