A modular home is built to the same codes as a site built home. And because they must be transported to the home site, they are typically a much stronger home than a site built.
On Frame Modular On Frame Modular Homes are built to site
Off Frame Modular
Off Frame Modular Homes
Built to the same State building code used by conventional site builders. They are also installed on a permanent, load bearing, perimeter support foundation, identical to the foundations used by conventional, site builders, designed not to be moved once it is installed. Modular Homes appreciate at the same value as aconventional, site-built home. In fact, the Fannie Mae Appraisal Guidelines for Modular Housing provides that when establishing the value of a modular home, the appraiser may utilize comparable site-built homes in the appraisal.