Considering buying a new modular home in North Dakota? Bordering Montana
, South Dakota and Minnesota, the Rough Rider state is known for it’s great plains, beautiful scenery and rich Native American history. It’s also an increasingly popular destination for modern modular home living on a budget, without compromising construction quality. About 725,000 people call North Dakota home – though sparsely populated, North Dakota has an average home cost of $230,000 – whereas the average 1,800 square foot modular home averages out to $108,000 at $50-$70 per square foot. Fargo and Bismarck are some of the more areas for residents, but home builders like Big Mountain Homes, Centennial Homes, and Friendship Homes construct beautiful modular homes with various floorplan types and sturdy designs, built for energy efficiency and low long term maintenance cost.