How to Get Started
An easy guide to buying land
Don’t know your credit score and not sure if you’re ready to buy land? We’re here to help you learn how much it costs to purchase developed land and purchase a manufactured home to place on your land. It’s easy to learn.
How much does it cost to develop land?
Contrary to popular assumption, you are unable to just buy a piece of land and drop a manufactured home on it. There is a $28-40k cost to develop land and get it to a place where it is ready for you to place your traditional, manufactured, or barndominium home on it.
That’s why we offer fully developed homesites. This means that the land we sell is cleared and is prepared for water, sewer, and electric hookups. When you purchase land from RBros, LP you are saving thousands of dollars. Our goal is to help make your dream affordable.
How much does it cost to develop?
Cost varies on your choice of traditional, manufactured, or barndominium home. A common choice is the manufactured home, which has come a long way in the last couple of decades. The stability and refinement of these homes have greatly improved.
Manufactured home companies will often finance the land with your home in a packaged deal and we are here to help with the process. The best goal for yourself is to work on your credit score and find a credited organization from which to receive the best loan.
Manufactured homes come in all shapes and sizes, so find the one that works for you and consider buying a home with the highest quality materials. Your long term self will thank you.
Bad Credit? Don’t be discouraged, land home packages are available to you with a credit score of 575. We can guide you to help improve credit to qualify to get a better interest rate.
Our goal is to make the American dream affordable. We want to help your monthly mortgage to be something you can manage and pay with ease.
If you’re considering buying land or a manufactured home, it’s important to consider your credit score. The better your credit score is, the better the rate on your loan will be. If you have very poor credit score, now may not be the best time for you to buy. To find out what your credit score is, click the button below.
To determine how much you can afford and learn some great tips about budgeting and purchasing a home, click HERE.
A Case Study: Melanie
Below is the manufactured home Melanie placed on the piece of land she purchased:
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Start dreaming and calculating today what you could afford by plugging in different interest rates to see what your payments might look like.