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Traditional Ranch Style Home Plans

Buying a New Modular Home

Are you looking for Traditional Ranch Style Home Plans? Kintner Modular Homes is a modular home builder in Pennsylvania and New York specializing in both custom modular homes and turn key modular houses. We work to provide affordable, quality modular homes to the Poconos, Honesdale, Scranton, Bloomsburg, Hazelton, Stroudsburg, Tunkhannock, Wilkes-Barre and the rest of Northeastern Pennsylvania. Bradford County, Carbon County, Columbia County, Lackawanna County, Luzerne County, Monroe County, Montour…

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Custom Modular Home Builder

Kintner Modular Homes a Custom Modular Home Builder is a family owned and operated custom modular home builder. We are located at 119 Modular Lane, Tunkhannock, PA 18657 and service the Northeast Pennsylvania and the New York area. Our modular homes are built using only the top quality products and name brand materials while utilizing the state of the…

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Ranch Modular Homes

Ranch Modular Homes

Ranch Modular Homes – Finding The Perfect Ranch Modular Home Can Be Fun! Have you ever dreamed of owning an elegant custom modular ranch style home that was designed and constructed with all the features and amenities you are looking for at the price you need? When it comes to floor plan for a ranch modular home in the…

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Modular Homes for Sale

Modular Homes for Sale

Modular Homes for Sale by Kintner Modular homes are residences built in a controlled factory environment in sections or modules, and then transported to your land. There your new Kintner modular home is installed on a permanent foundations and completed by Kintner modular homes and our professionals. Modular Homes for Sale – But there’s even more to like about…

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VA Loan For Modular Homes

Two-Story Style Modular Home

Modular Homes & Your VA Loan Modular homes are they a different ballgame? Generally, sections of a modular home are built in a factory and then shipped to a home site. From there, the pieces are assembled by professional contractors, much like a traditional, stick-built home. Modular homes need to meet local or state building codes rather than federal…

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