Soils Report - the soils report is to determine if there is expansive soil present or not. This can impact the foundation cost by as much as 50%.
Survey - needed to layout the home and check all of the set backs.
Preliminary home engineering - this creates the CAD files for the home which the foundation engineer needs to design the foundation
Preliminary foundation design - a quick analysis to confirm the foundation type
HOA application - many of the homes have a homeowners association which needs to approve the home design
Water and Sewer verification - we verify the utilities that are there to service the home
Manufactured home escrow fees - fees for title company work done
Filing fees for form 433 with HCD - these forms convert the manufactured home to real property
Obtaining bids on-site work, shipping, and house installation - work related to getting the onsite contractor in place with a signed agreement.
Setting up the builder's risk insurance - the application and files needed for a one-year insurance policy to cover the construction
Fluctuations and volatility in trade pricing of materials has forced the factory to apply a surcharge for materials. The price can vary and may be reduced (evaluated at time of order but included in estimate).
Foundation Engineering - cost to draw plans for the foundation, required by the building dept
Site Engineering - Cost to create a grading plan, required by the building dept
Shipping - cost to truck the home to the site
Installation - cost of remove the house from the truck and secure it to the foundation
Crane rental - crane used to lift the home off the truck and on to the foundation
Project Management - a contractor to manage the project, won't be charged if you want to use your own contractor
Insurance - builder's risk policy
Sales tax - tax on materials used in the home
Site work - cost of foundation plan, utilities, and hookups, hardscapes including patios, walkways, driveways, garage construction