When/where did Vantage Pointe Homes, Inc. start building modular homes?
In 1996 we started building homes in Rokeby, NE 3 miles south of Lincoln, NE.
What part of the U.S. does Vantage Pointe deliver homes?
We can deliver homes to Kansas, South Dakota, Iowa, parts of Colorado and all over Nebraska but the majority of our homes have been delivered to customers in the south east and south central parts of Nebraska.
How are Vantage Pointe houses financed?
Most are financed by a traditional lending institution just like an on-site house would be. We also build to VA and FHA requirements if needed (extra charges may apply).
Do lending agencies look at Vantage Pointe homes different then a site built home?
No. Lenders and appraisers have treated our homes the same as site built homes.
Can VPH build Cape Cod (1 1/2 story) and two story homes?
Yes. The Cape Cod style and the two story homes are typically built in 3 pieces. The main level is built in one piece while the second floor is built in 2 sections. The Cape Cod can also be build with an unfinished second floor.
Does Vantage Pointe Homes have any moving restrictions?
Yes. Your house size will depend on what we can deliver to the site. The route will have to be inspected for trees, poles, low hanging wires, etc.
Is Vantage Pointe Homes restricted on the roof pitch of my home?
Most of our homes are built with 5/12 pitch but any pitch can be accommodated to our customers needs.
Can a Vantage Pointe home be installed over a basement?
Our homes must be place on top of a permanent foundation depending on the customers needs. Full basements or crawl spaces are acceptable.
Can my Vantage Pointe home be customized or redesigned to fit my needs?
All the homes built by Vantage Pointe Homes are drawn individually to fit the needs and desires of our customers.
I need a large home, how big can you make my house?
Our factory limits the size our the homes to 30′-0″x70′-0″ but larger homes can be built in multiple sections.
Does Vantage Pointe Homes warranty my new home?
Yes we warranty all of our homes with a one year written warranty that includes a manual identifying all the aspects of your new home.
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Modular Home Facts
Modular homes are built in one piece or more at a factory and completed at the building site rather than being constructed entirely at the building site.
Modular homes are built to conform to all state, local or regional building codes at their destinations.
The structure or sections are transported to the building site on truck beds, then joined together by the builder.
State building inspectors check to make sure a modular home’s structure meets requirements and that all finish work is done properly.
A well-built modular home has the same longevity as its site-built counterpart, increasing in value over time.