Modular Home

Modular Home

A modular home is a dwelling consisting of a series of rooms or units (modules) constructed and inspected off-site in accordance with the NC State Building Code and then transported to its ultimate site and assembled on a permanent foundation. See Exhibit 1 of the MLS Rules and Regulations for complete instructions about disclosure
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