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We have land here and family and were thinking of building one of these models: the work would be done by us and family/friends except for electrical and plumbing and my dad would be transporting everything. Land is free, like I already mentioned. Can you finance these or must you pay up front and where is the nearest location to Wilburton, ohio to purchase one? How do they stand up to tornados and would it be cheaper to buy one of these or a Jim Walter or United Built home?
Certainly the first place you should ask this question is at the local agency governing Codes and Zoning Regs. (No offense) Obviously in your area, and given the force of a Tornado, I don't know the codes, but they should be specific to the best they can offer in a Tornado situation. Obvious too, hopefully, you realize the Power, and that very likely NO ONE will promise that your house won't fly off to OZ when a Storm hits. Jim Walter and United, will build to any stage you want. I'm not at all sure about the company you offer links to. In the case of Jim Walter Homes, they often LEND construction financing, using the land as collateral for the loan to build. I have no clue about the other two. CHEAPER is a relative word, especially in your case, your location. I can't imagine the codes and restrictions, or LAWS involoving any new construction. No one can truly predict damage, or a path of any Tornado, but I want to assume the laws may be as stringent, as they might be over an Earth Quake fault Line. On a personal note, and again, with no offense, I probably wouldn't choose to build in your area or state. It's a lot like the Lottery though...One never knows. Steven Wolf
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