Have you looked at housing in Noblesville, Fishers, Pendleton, Carmel, or Fortville, lately? Prices for small-to-medium sized homes are skyrocketing in these areas – and getting bought up quickly. Sometimes even getting into bidding wars, upping prices further.

TIME magazine calls manufactured homes in good neighborhoods, “an unrecognized investment for middle-income potential homeowners. They can be thought of as gated communities for people who aren’t so wealthy.” (TIME, April 4, 2017)

Manufactured homes in thriving areas such as Fishers, Pendleton, Noblesville, McCordsville, and Fortville are bound to appreciate in value. Like stick-built homes, they are appreciating in value — and a great investment – especially in nicer established subdivisions like RoseLake Estates in Pendleton.

RoseLake Estates includes 175 households in a tight-knit, well-cared for community just off I-69 exit 214, 15 minutes north of Fishers. Our neighbors are homeowners, deeply invested in where they live.

If you are ready for a move, but can’t find affordable housing that makes sense for you, talk to us at RoseLake Estates. We have several homes, updated and ready for move in. Or we can build the manufactured home you want and place it on site.

Live where you can be comfortable while saving money for the future. Housing at RoseLake Estates in Pendleton costs less, utilities are less, and even upkeep is less expensive. In today’s marketplace, manufactured housing may be just the ideal way of thinking about housing for you.